I was really scared at that point. Firstly, I didn’t want to be involved in party politics, but I also felt that if I was becoming too much of a nuisance for the Government, it wouldn’t take too much for me to just disappear one night.
– Steve Ignorant on the events surrounding the release of the Crass single Sheep Farming In The Falklands, The Independent
We’re delighted to announce the release of a Latitudes session by The Entrance Band, on 19th March.
This session was recorded just after the band’s appearance at All Tomorrow’s Parties curated by Animal Collective, and the three tracks laid down are absolutely the finest elixir produced by our favourite power trio. Fluid, emotional and organically multiplying grooves which can only fail to warm the coldest of bones as we follow TEB on a journey through acidified subterranean raga rock, serpent-charming drone, and crunked up psychedelic blues.
Released in an edition of 500 CDs and 500 vinyl only. The vinyl package includes 180gm Continue reading →
Perhaps in response to the Disney-brand shirts “inspired by” Joy Divisions’s album sleeve, some clever clogs fashion hacker has devised a mash-up of Mickey Mouse via the Crass symbol and infiltrated Disney retail outlets by depositing stacks of folded shirts on the shelves. Bravo. Or as Crass said in Smash The Mac…. Mickey Mouse, fuck off.