Dan, Mike. and Elysha roll out some new tunes - new to us that is! And... new releases from Farler's Fury, Jesse LeBourdais, and Punch; hanging out alongside lots of other great tunes and laughs. We talk about two awesome tours that will be coming through southern Ontario - Jesse LeBourdais and Jon Creeden will be around in October, and watch for The Rebel Spell in November! We also don't talk about the Scottish Referendum...but you still oughta check out some of that action!
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Listen to Jesse Lebourdais and find out upcoming tour dates here: http://jesselebourdais.bandcamp.com/
Jesse and Jon's split 7 inch release: http://jesselebourdais.bandcamp.com/album/home-split-with-jon-creeden
Independent and free? A Glasgow anarchist's take on Scottish independence https://libcom.org/library/independent-free-glasgow-anarchists-take-scottish-independence
Crises Capitalism and Independence Doctrines http://groundleft.wordpress.com/2012/08/27/crises-capitalism-and-independence-doctrines/#_edn25
Nationalism, socialism and partition Link: http://www.wsm.ie/c/nationalism-socialism-partition-ireland
Frankfurt, Germany’s STAGE BOTTLES are headed our way! They’ll be here in just a couple of weeks to play a series of shows in Ontario and Quebec.
Some of the dates so far are:
TORONTO (Sneaky Dees) on April 18th, with Bitter Grin, The Deliquents and Action Sedition
MONTREAL (Coop Katacombes) on April 19th with Jeunesse Apatride, Scarlet Beast and Mayday
OTTAWA (Dominion Tavern) on April 25th with TBA
HAMILTON (This Ain’t Hollywood/Matinee Show) on April 26th with The Fallout, Overpower and Come Out Swinging
If you aren’t familiar with the band, go here to read more!
We're hosting a gig in Hamilton on February 28th, we hope to see you there! Here are all the details:
Rebel Time Records presents...
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH
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Were extremely pleased to announce that we have partnered up with Section 4 to release their upcoming full length album "In No Fit State." We've been fans of the band for a few years now and absolutely loved their first album "Sure, This Is It." Fans of ska, punk, oi, reggae ... there is something definitely here for you!
If you are new to the band, here is a bio to get you all caught up:
"Section 4 formed in Ballina, on the west coast of Ireland, in 2007 after the break up of local punk band Foreveraftermath and the continuing hiatus of another local band, Riastradh. They play a mix of punk, Oi!, reggae and ska with lyrics that cut right to the heart of current social and political problems. They’ve toured Ireland extensively in their 6 years and made a trips to the UK in 2010 and 2013. They self-released their first album, “Sure This Is It”, in 2011 and will be releasing their second album, "In No Fit State", in February of this year. They will be touring Germany, the UK and Ireland in support of the new album in 2014 and hopefully Cananda in 2015."
Now, here is the real good news. You can listen to the entire new album at the Section 4 bandcamp site, and were expecting to get the CD version of the album in Canada this coming March. More details coming shortly, but feel free to go stream the album, and we'll work out the physical and digital side of things in the coming month so that everyone is pleased and gets their fix of music, whatever the format!
An interesting article by Jim Donaghey which appeared in the Anarchist Developments in Cultural Studies journal:
Abstract: Punk and anarchism are inextricably linked. The connection between them is expressed in the anarchistic rhetoric, ethics, and practices of punk, and in the huge numbers of activist anarchists who were first politicised by punk. To be sure, this relationship is not straightforward, riven as it is with tensions and antagonisms—but its existence is irrefutable. This article looks back to ‘early punk’ (arbitrarily taken as 1976-1980), to identify the emergence of the anarchistic threads that run right through punk’s (ever advancing) history. However, it must be stressed that any claim to being ‘definitive’ or ‘complete’ is rejected here. Punk, like anarchism, is a hugely diverse and multifarious entity. Too often, authors leaning on the crutch of determinism reduce punk to a simple linear narrative, to be weaved through some fanciful dialectic. In opposition to this, Proudhon’s concept of antimony is employed to help contextualise punk’s beguiling amorphousness.