Sunday, 16 October 2011
Friday, 2 September 2011
Friday, 26 August 2011
Tuesday, 16 August 2011
Monday, 15 August 2011
Sunday, 14 August 2011
21/08 The Kursaal - Southend Punk Rock Festival
22/08 The Earl - Sheffield - Pettybone/ Dry Heaves/ Pudge/ Grazes
23/08 The Fox & Newt - Pettybone + Endless Grinning Skulls + Executive Legs
24/08 Bar Bloc -Glasgow - PETTYBONE + HUNT/GATHER + NO ISLAND
25/08 Wee Red Bar - Edinburgh - PETTYBONE | DIVORCE | THE YOUNG SPOOKS | LORDS OF BASTARD
28/08 The Portland - Cambridge - Lady Garden 4
We're gonna have CD's and T-shirts with us!
Sunday, 31 July 2011
Tuesday, 19 July 2011
To coincide with the release of our album we are coming over to Europe in September!
We are however not booking the tour but our lovely labels are doing it for us… Below are some of the dates and a few available dates we have left… If you could help us out or you would like us to play in your town then please email Jenni - firstname.lastname@example.org
14.09 Northern France/Belgium/Holland AVAILABLE - GET IN TOUCH!
15.09 Germany, Bremen
16.09. Germany, Hamburg
17.09 Germany, Berlin
18.09 Germany, Dresden with Paper Plane Crash
19.09 Day off!
20.09 Slovakia/Bratislava with Trial, Anchor and Run with the Hunted
21.09 Hungary/Budapest with Barn Burner, Almost Failed and Octahed
22.09 Czech Republic, Prague with Barn Burner and Acephalix
23.09 Germany/Leipzig, Zoro Fest
24.09 Austria/ Innsbruck
Look forward to seeing you all on the road
Sunday, 19 June 2011
Tuesday, 29 March 2011
The way they portray the "violent protesters" at the Anti-cuts demonstration in the news and in the media is fucking disgusting and of course it takes the attention away from the whole thing and that is: The Government's unfair cuts to public services. What are a few broken windows in comparison with many broken lives affected by the cuts, increasing poverty and homelessness? but we live in a society where the property is valued more than human life so I guess that's why it's a big deal.
WAR IS PEACE
FREEDOM IS SLAVERY
IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH
Thursday, 24 March 2011
Tuesday, 8 March 2011
Wednesday, 2 March 2011
Friday, 25 February 2011
Thursday, 3 February 2011
Wednesday, 26 January 2011
Sunday, 16 January 2011
We are calling on all our allies in radical struggles the world over to send letters of support to political prisoner Jonathan Pollak, currently serving a three-month prison sentence in Israel (see background below).
Jonathan, longtime activist in anarchist, anti-occupation and animal rights struggles, has been imprisoned since January 11th, after a blatantly political trial stemming from his participation in a protest against the siege on Gaza .
Best known for his prominent role in the "Anarchists Against the Wall" initiative, Jonathan has been serving for the last two years as media coordinator for the Popular Struggle Coordination Committee, a Palestinian umbrella organization designed to garner media attention for the unarmed struggle in the West Bank .
UPDATE, JAN 16TH, 2011:
Jonathan is incarcerated at Hermon Prison in the Lower Galilee, where he is expected to serve his full sentence, as repentance and "accepting responsibility for one's crime" seem to be a requirement for getting time off for good behavior (though he might still get a 14-days earlier "administrative release"). Through the prison's canteen he is currently able to purchase a wide enough variety of vegan food items to maintain an adequate diet, and so far he has not run into any problems, either from other inmates or from the guards. Generally speaking, he can be said to be in good spirits, and has expressed his wish to hear from fellow activists and radicals.
PLEASE TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO WRITE HIM A LETTER OF SUPPORT.
Letters can be sent via regular mail to this address:
Hermon Prison , NS Wing
P.O Box 4011
Alternately, you can write him through the following email address (letters will be printed and passed on to him):
Please note that he is only allowed to receive letters, so please don't send books, magazines, stamps, IRCs or any other items.
(for further questions, feel free to contact me, Santiago , at email@example.com)
On January 31, 2008, some thirty protesters participated in a Critical Mass bicycle ride through the streets of Tel Aviv in protest of the siege on Gaza . During the protest, Pollak was arrested by plain-clothed officers who recognized him from previous demonstrations and assumed he was the organizer of the action. In fact, Pollak was accused simply of riding his bicycle in the same manner as the rest of the protesters (no one else was arrested and the protest was allowed to continue with no further incidents or detentions). His conviction by a Tel Aviv Magistrates court judge activated an older three-month suspended sentence, imposed on Pollak in a previous trial for protesting the construction of the Separation Barrier. An additional three months prison term was also imposed for the current conviction, which is being served concurrently.
The arrest and consequent indictment appears to be the result of police vindictiveness, rather than of Pollak's behavior at the time of the event; as stated, Pollak was but one in a group of protesters who behaved exactly like him, yet he was the only one to be singled out. Moreover, environmental Critical Mass events take place in Tel Aviv on a regular basis, but have never been met with such a response. Other protests, which have caused far more severe obstruction of traffic did not result in arrests, and surely did not lead to criminal charges and imprisonment.
On his conviction, Pollak argued for his sentence, saying "I find myself unable to express remorse in this case [...]. If His Honor decides to go ahead and impose my suspended prison sentence, I will go to prison wholeheartedly and with my head held high. It will be the justice system itself, I believe, that ought to lower its eyes in the face of the suffering inflicted on Gaza's inhabitants, just like it lowers its eyes and averts its vision each and every day when faced with the realities of the occupation."
Shameful Imprisonment (editorial in Haaretz, daily Israeli newspaper)
Some Advice on Writing to Prisoners ( Brighton Anarchist Black Cross)
Thursday, 6 January 2011
There is a new squat in my neighbourhood which is getting opened this Friday 7th of January. There will be some hot drinks and movies. It's gonna be great. The address is :111 Lower Clapton Road E5 ONP.
We're playing a show on 21st of January in South London, Falling Down, Bullet Ridden and Post Sala Resurgo. More info on the flyer.
Saturday 29th of January belongs to No Fees, No cuts demo in London. You can find more info here:
The feminist library planning a huge party in Hackney. They need volunteers to make it happen, I'm just copying the email here. If you can help in any way please get in touch with them.
The Feminist Library is 35 years old. We are planning a big birthday
celebration fundraiser on the 19th of February at the Round Chapel in
Clapton. We really need people to get involved, either in the planning and
run up or on the night as crew.
Do please let us know if you can help in anyway, no experience required
and any contribution would be greatly appreciated.
Call-out for volunteers
We are busy organising a big party on 19 February 2011 at the Round Chapel
in Hackney to celebrate the Librarys 35th Anniversary. Lots of volunteer
positions have become available for feminists with the right skills and a
commitment to helping the library.
Here is a list of available positions:
* artist liaison to take care of the acts
* stage crew to help the stage manager
* stalls manager to organise the booking & setting up of stalls, and
assist stall holders
* stalls crew to cover the Librarys stall and help the stalls
* drinks manager to take care of the bar: stocking up and making
sure we dont run out of drinks
* bar staff to cover the bar
* raffle manager to organise the raffle and source prizes
* stewards to help with setting up the venue and during the event *
ticket manager/door staff to organise ticket sales, wristbands and
cover the door at the event
If any of these roles sound like something you could be interested in,
email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or come in to the Library to
discuss the event and the available positions in more detail. Feel free to
pass this on to your friends and help us spread the word.
much luv PB