Formed in late 1984,this San Diego band became one of the first political punk bands in the U.S.A. They quickly started creating mayhem around town.They played they’re first show opening for D.O.A. and Abrasive Wheels. The band soon found themselves playing shows and sharing the stage with great bands like Conflict, Subhumans, Iconoclast, SNFU,Broken Bones, Battalion of Saints. The six song Demo tape "AfterMath" was recorded DIY for only 25 bucks.The Demo got rave reviews and the band soon had a strong following. A tour of the states was soon to follow.
Dolph Hamster Music is a UK based independent record label from Margate, Kent, with a punk attitude and a complete disregard for the mainstream. As a commercial entity that refuses to become commercial, DHM is somewhat of a paradox. They are the only label to dare to remake an album by Miley Cyrus and release it five weeks after her, and then to put the word 'cunt' in the title of said album, making DHM both an exciting and threatening prospect within the modern climate.
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Dortheavej is the new Ungdomshuset (The Youth House), which was destroyed by city authorities in 2007. It is a large radical centre consisting of two buildings and spread over several floors, with a gig space (capacity 400), kitchen, cafe, meeting / training space, cinema, bar etc.
Guitar-picking singer-songwriter singing songs of love and revolution. Tours regularly at home and abroad, often playing at radical protests / events as he goes. Over 200 tunes available for free download although a donation is appreciated, and hard copies (as well as other merch) are offered for sale.
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