Punks Against Sweatshop Live!
Punk Ethics presents a night in support of their #PunksAgainstSweatshops campaign that launched last year with a film featuring some legendary names of punk including the likes of Penny Rimbaud and Jello Biafra, calling on punks to give sweatshops the boot and source ethically produced T-shirts.
Punk Ethics are now bringing the campaign to a live show at The 100 Club, with:
Raging Feminist Post Hardcore from the UK and Austria.
Scottish anarcho-punk, anti-fascist legends
Steve Ignorant's Slice of Life
Crass legend, Steve Ignorant's new acoustic project Slice Of Life, with Carol Hodge, Pete Wilson and Pete Rawlinson.
In Evil Hour
Hardcore punk rock from the North East of England. Raging into the void.
+ Very Special Guests yet to be announced
All this plus a special Q&A panel discussion featuring members of each of the bands, hosted by Liam Bird from Punks in Pubs podcast, discussing the campaign.
Petrol Girls are a feminist post-hardcore band based in South East London. Their music combines manic jagged rhythms with vocals that range from furious screaming to intricate melodies and harmonies. They are known for their explosive live performances, with influences such as: Refused, White Lung, Bikini Kill, RVIVR, Propagandhi, At The Drive In and War On Women. Petrol Girls formed in 2013 for an international women's day gig, identify explicitly as a feminist band and draw on personal experiences to challenge and ridicule sexism, as well as exploring wider political themes, such as alienation, mental health and the current anti-austerity movement.
See 3 tour dates featuring Petrol Girls
Uncompromising, anarchic punk group.
See 3 tour dates featuring Oi Polloi
Steve Ignorant's Slice Of Life
Having cut his punk teeth in Crass, Steve Ignorant’s latest project is Slice Of Life. This largely acoustic venture allows for the more contemplative side of his song-writing to reveal itself.
See Steve Ignorant's Slice Of Life tour dates
In Evil Hour
In Evil Hour have been playing together in various guises since 2003. Featuring gravelly vocals, energetic live shows and hard-hitting punk rock melodies, they are a volatile hardcore-inspired collision between punk rock and politics driven by a disdain for the apathy and ignorance that pervades modern culture.
See 3 tour dates featuring In Evil Hour
- 100 Oxford Street
- W1D 1LL