Friday, March 5, 2010

New Songs, Full Length Album, Album Artwork, Anarchist Bookfair Benefit

Hello all,

A couple new(ish) things that have been going on: First of all, our album "Who Called This Beautiful?" is getting closer to being finished. We should have a couple (3 to 4) songs up here in the next week or two. We're expecting an early Spring release on the album so we'll keep you all updated with the details/release show date/etc.

We're excited to announce that one of our favorite artists, Josh MacPhee from the JustSeeds Cooperative, will be doing the artwork for the album. The concept that he's come up with is great and we're all stoked about it after seeing the first couple of images.

Upcoming Shows: We're playing the Anarchist Bookfair Benefit at the Silent Barn in Ridgewood on March 13th with some incredible bands (R-Tronika, Karuhata, the Last Internationale, Huasipungo, and Sexy Neighbors.) This benefit and the anarchist bookfair itself are very important to us so we'd love to see as many people at the show as possible. Please come down and show your support. Thanks! (check out for more info.)

Solidarity is Our Weapon

Greek Anarchists Are Not Alone: New Yorkers hold solidarity benefit for Resalto arrestees

A year has passed since police murdered Alexandros Grigoropoulos in the streets of Exarcheia. All of us who were in the streets of Greece during the riots gave ourselves a promise: we will not go back to normality. The memories of the revolt are still alive. We will never forget, never forgive.
… and the struggle goes on.
The new Greek socialist government made their intensions clear from the very first time they were elected. They wouldn’t let a new insurrection take place at any cost, and the anarchists were their main target. Just a day before the one year anniversary of Alexandros’ murder, the self-organized center Resalto was raided and 22 people were arrested and had to pay for bails of up to 50,000 euros in total. Despite the state’s oppression, which collaborated with the neo-Nazis; and despite the medias’ propaganda, which tried to hide the mass demonstrations that took place in Greece against state’s oppression and police brutality; and all their effort to depoliticize the struggle in Greece by representing the anarchists as vandals and Resalto itself as a bar and not as a political space; the demonstrations kept going. We occupied public buildings and solidarity actions took place all over the world. In response, the state took some of us and put us in prisons. And the Resalto arrestees faced ridiculously high bails that till this day need to be paid back. The Greek anarchists are not alone.
Solidarity is our weapon.

The above taken from Occupied London. Thanks to all that came out to the benefit. Visit occupied london for tons of literature on the current situation in Greece.
Occupied London