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Last year saw the release of an instant classic LP which was immediately welcomed into the lexicon of top-notch anarcho-punk. Seattle’s Arcane has been at it for four years, hailing with seasoned experience in the dark arts with previous projects such as Kohosh. Having toured last year with Crass records

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One of the most criminally overlooked releases of 2016 was surely Bädr Vogu‘s skull-crushing second album Wroth. It is essentially our moral duty to put this album back on the radar where it belongs and give it the attention it deserves, because Wroth is simply a massive headfuck of an album that

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CRASS were massively influential in 80s punk culture, specifically for pioneering the anarcho-punk movement. Noisey’s “Get Out of Your Own Way: Anarchy & Peace with Penny Rimbaud of Crass” documents the life and beliefs of CRASS member Penny Rimbaud. Penny talks about discovering the “real” world through his father’s military service,

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From my point of view, Crass is one of, if not the most, important bands to come out of the punk scene, and they have influenced culture way beyond just punk. Actually, they were a movement unto themselves, and the effect of this band is still being felt today. Personally speaking, this

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As we all know, one of the greatest artistic punk collectives was Crass, and their vision has reshaped popular culture. Sometimes people forget that they were more than just a musical group, but also were filmmakers, illustrators, sound engineers, poets and all around creative beings. Gee Vaucher worked her magic

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From my point of view, Crass is one of the most important bands to come out of the punk scene. They have influenced cultures way beyond just punk. Actually, they were a movement unto themselves and the effect of this band is still being felt today.

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