Right throughout the eight songs I’m reminded of bands like anthrax, omega tribe, the mob, flux of pink Indians and the aforementioned anti sect. It is a tuneful, tribal pounding plea for a better world.
This weeks gig guide to Dublin with record releases galore and touring bands in a return to busy times
Scenes from a recent game in Tolka Park The Save Tolka Park campaign presents: A Night of Songs and Stories to Save Tolka Park. The benefit gig, to take place on March 5th will see musical artists performing as well as a panel of guest speakers from across the Irish football community; recalling their memories and experiences of Tolka Park and their … Continue reading Who has a love for Tolka Park
The second book in the trilogy of volumes dedicated to Grim Humour fanzine, which ran between 1983 and 1993 and lasted eighteen editions is now available to pre-order.
the next new low - button factory feb 19 2022 A Lazarous Soul + The Next New Low Button Factory / Feb 19 2022 So did that past 2 years really happen? You know those times when we couldn’t attend funerals, or visit people in hospital or for those in work who should but couldn’t … Continue reading For one night our souls were alive again
We are all citizens, nothing more, nothing less but let’s make this a society that values all its citizens and cherishes them all equally.
So is there anything new in a new year The pain of 2020 subsided into the reality that was a bizarre 2021 but for us in the west we are lucky. Hard to think of it as luck when it seems that life’s freedoms are being eroded to save lives but the sense of place … Continue reading May 2022 bring you many Happy Days
A book of stories from working class life, as the class struggle continues silently in the backgroun
In the meantime, let's try and look after each other, support the businesses you want to see in business and keep on reaching. It won't always be like this.
What a week - boats trains and automobiles. Union meetings, world changing, travel and a punk rock gig.