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Yesterdays news is still today's truth!

They only tell us what they want us to know.....An Anti Austerity Demo gathered outside the BBC headquarters in London the other weekend, ...

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MAKE SENSE OF THE SENSELESS ! / QUESTION THE QUESTIONABLE ! / SHOUT ABOVE THE NOISE !

Sunday, 28 July 2019

CRISIS - The Hammer and The Anvil (*A REVIEW*)

Forty years ago there were three bands that spoke to me both politically and musicaly; The Clash, Crass and Crisis. Fast forward to 2019, and only one of them have just released a new single. The Hammer and The Anvil b/w Dead on The Shelf Is Crisis's new single and it says as much about the state of Britain in 2019 as their UK79 / White Youth single did about Britain circa 1979, where nothing much has changed in the 40 years that seperate both releases. Alienation, Racism Social Control Divisions and Injustice still exist. Musically Crisis sound much how Crisis used to sound; taut, tense and tuneful....this is still ‘music to march to' Available from:- Relaxomatic Vibrator Recordings.

Friday, 26 July 2019

STEVE IGNORANT'S SLICE OF LIFE - Don't Turn Away (* A REVIEW*)

'Anarcho punk legend' Steve Ignorant returns with his Slice of Life and their second album, Don't Turn Away.
Musically Slice of life are as far removed from Crass as Crass were from Frank Sinatra, but lyrically the passion, aggression and compassion still remains in every word Steves heartfelt vocals deliver. A piano plays and backing vocals swing in a jazzy sway. An acoustic guitar and the bass keep rhythm in a beautiful and blissed out blues way. Folk music, made by folk with things to say and tunes to play. This may be mellow, but the emotions and feelings are not. It's still about fucking the system! but in a suave and sophisticated style. Ignore this album at your own ignorance! Stand out tracks?....all of 'em!   
Available from Aug 23rd on Overground Records.

Sunday, 14 July 2019

A meme or whatever they are called knicked from the internet.