June 23, 2017
PROUD CITY FATHERS, MINDFRAME……..plus 2 more
Varukers + Clunge Plunger + butcher baby @ T.Chances
**Alan Clayson and the Argonauts** “were one of rock’s most glorious and enjoyable follies, and somewhere there is a parallel universe where they are bigger than The Beatles” (Rock ‘N’ Reel) and hold “a premier position on rock’s Lunatic Fringe” (Melody Maker).
In the late 1970s Clayson was being spoken of and written about in the same paragraphs as Wreckless Eric, John Otway, Tom Robinson and Elvis Costello, and featured in a BBC Radio One In Concert (which turned up on a 2001 bootleg CD).
Notoriety and cult glories aplenty but the Argonauts eventually succumbed to the treacherous seas of showbiz: no golden fleece. That was presumed to be that until a telephone call from out of the blue in summer 2005 from Damaged Goods records resulted in the release of “Sunset On A Legend”, a double-CD retrospective, and a reformation for a sensational farewell performance – which turned out to be the first of many. Here’s another not to be missed for fans of post-punking pre-punking outre outsider rock’n'roll.
Plus **The Bronsons** – pub rock and rhythm’n'booze revivalists in a Brinsley Scwartz via Ducks Deluxe sense, plus a bit of acidic Dr Feelgood punky boogie woogie oh yes. The Count Bishops and The Inmates are also reference points via a little counter cultural trippy blues. A great night out in themselves.
And **Eliphant** – psych pop , strains of late 60’s U.S. garage pop too, but this has that R’n'B fuelled slightly whimsical late 60’s brit feel, decently hooky and an authentic retro sound, fine work.
June 17, 2017
South London Scum presents
South London Punx Picnic 2017
Saturday 17th June 2017
@ Off The Cuff,
Arch 645, 301-303 Railton Road, Herne Hill SE24 0JN London, United Kingdom
Music and getting drunk midnight-1am
£6 on the door
£10 solidarity price!
Any proceeds after paying bands and costs will go to London Antifascists
PUNX PICNIC- 2pm in nearby Brockwell Park (Brixton tube/Herne Hill rail)… field up hill from Brixton Water Lane entrance, between toilets and childrens’ playground.
June 16, 2017
First gig outside Dorset for thess accordion punk rock and rollers!.
London celtic punk
Local boys from South West London. Slightly north of 40 and very south of 60, but are righteously angry about both.
Admission £3- thats only £1 a band!!!
GREENFORD BHOY will be providing all your musical delights inbetween bands with a selection of rock, rebel and punky celtic tunes!
Doors will be at 7-30 ish and first band after 8.
The Cricketers, 20 Fairfield South, Kingston upon Thames KT1 2UL. Tel. 0208 549 4394. It’s only ten minutes walk from the rail station and the music venue is upstairs.
Friday 16th June, Upstairs at The Cicketers, Kingston, KT1 2UL. A night of punk, rock n roll, accordion, bagpipes and an occasional kazoo. £3 entry, doors 8.
June 11, 2017
Book launch of Peter Gelderloos’ new work Worshiping Power: An Anarchist View of Early State Formation.
This book provides a history of state formation in Asia, the Americas, Africa, and Europe, from Mesopotamia to the 20th century. Identifying different models or paths of state formation, Worshiping Power lays the groundwork for an anarchist theory of the origin of states, and in the process disputes common misconceptions stemming from liberal, Marxist, primitivist, and environmental determinist theories of state formation.
Rather than treating state formation as a singular event, a Pandora’s Box, Worshiping Power analyses state formation as a constant process, with religious, militaristic, economic, and kinship-based motors. It is also a work in grassroots scholarship, taking the study of the State out of academic institutions and into the streets, showing how a historically grounded understanding of the nature of the State is relevant to today’s struggles against patriarchy, environmental devastation, racism, war, and capitalism
There will be a talk by the author and Q&A session.
Peter Gelderloos is the author of many books including Learning From Ferguson (2015), The Failure of Nonviolence (2013),
Anarchy works (2010) and How Nonviolence Protects the State (2007)
Accessibility info: The venue has step free / levelled access
June 3, 2017
An Alternative Gathering are chuffed to be back at The Gunners for more punk rock mayhem.
The Straps – An English streetpunk band formed in 1977 in Battersea.
The Anoraks – An east London punk band formed in the summer of 1996.
Kilburn Bomb Squad – We are K.B.S from London, we play punk rock music, the end!
The Tokyo Rankers – Peterborough Punk / OI band. GOD SAVE ROCK AND ROLL!!!!!
Music From 8pm
Free Entry (with a collection)
Event Page – https://www.facebook.com/events/409698399414540