Thursday, 27 June 2019


quote [ Think the Clash were rebels? National Wake's multiracial lineup set them on a collision course with the South African establishment in the late 1970s and early 80s ]

Very catchy band, apparently a good live act, too, back then.

Movie | SamplerWriteup from 2013
[SFW] [music] [+4 Informative]
[by Paracetamol@8:23pmGMT]


Space_1889 said @ 9:48pm GMT on 27th Jun [Score:1 Insightful]
Absolutely fascinating - their story is such a mirror of what South Africa was like at the time. I was listening to a lot of punk in the late 1970s and early 1980s, and their music fits in very well with what that music was like, but has an interesting twist, which I assume is the African influence they refer to in the documentary. Too bad they did not get wider exposure at the time - I am really enjoying listening to their album as I type this.

This is why I like SE - I learn something new on a regular basis.
captainstubing said @ 11:45am GMT on 28th Jun
Same. I really enjoyed this. Big ups to Paracetamol for this post. This is a really neat find.
Paracetamol said @ 7:41pm GMT on 28th Jun
Thanks! but mythological posters like Chop-L0gik or Joecam aren't replaceable, right?

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