Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Dirt - Just An Error

Another day another Crass-family band. This time it's Dirt, from London. This is, I believe, their second full length, from 1985.

Is This Your Power?

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Icons Of Filth - The Mortarhate Projects

Well, we might as well include Wales in our UK weekend. Icons of Filth started way back in 1979. And this is their definitive collection. Always loved these guys.

You Can't Buy Me, Fuck Off!

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Oi Polloi - Total Resistance To The Fucking System

Another UK band today. This time Scotland. Oi Polloi started in the very early 80's as (surprise!) an Oi! band. But over time their music and outlook moved more towards the "anarcho" side of the street. This excellent 2006 release is a collection from various sources.

Let The Boots Do The Talking

Friday, April 13, 2018

Anthrax - Capitalism Is Cannibalism 7"

No, not these guys. This band was from (where else) the UK. I don't know much about them but I do know this is a solid 4 song 7".

The World Is A Showpiece Of Mans Insanity

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Flux Of Pink Indians - Strive To Survive Causing Least Suffering Possible

Back to England we go for one of the many bands under the giant Crass umbrella. Flux were able to make quite the racket throughout most of the 80's. This is their angry debut from 1982.

They Lie, We Die

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Antischism - Self-Titled

Yes friends the US participated in the anarcho movement as well. South Carolina didn't have as big or as well known of a scene as some of their neighbors, but it did manage to produce the rather influential band Antischism. This massive collection, originally released in 1995, has tons of stuff from previous releases as well as plenty of blistering live tracks.

How Many Are Dead For Lines On A Map

Saturday, April 7, 2018

Anti-System - Defence Of The Realm 7"

Here's another UK outfit for you. Damn, those boys didn't like Maggie back in the day. Or the queen for that matter. Anyway, Anti-System released this quick and to the point 7" in 1983.

The Good Bomb Took Them All