This week is full of wild shows.
Go to: Born Without Bones/I Kill Giants/Old Gray/Salvator Rex/Boy Cries Wolf/Nite Ratz Tuesday the 21st at the Shop at 97D Webster St.
We’re playing: Lemuria/Save Ends/Pillowman Wednesday May 22nd at The Firehouse.
State Lines/Scott Ayotte/Hit Home/Buttons & Mindy Saturday May 25th at Forbes St.
If you’ve never been to any of these place, use these shows as an opportunity to explore Worcester’s DIY spaces.
This week is full of wild shows.
democracy center | cambridge, ma
$7 - 10 | 7pm
facebook event page: here.
Hey I should have posted about this earlier… but tomorrow 5/8 we are playing an acoustic show with some real talented people at the Starship in Worcester. Mitch The Champ and Garrett Walters are on tour from Bloomington, IN. Also, playing is One Man Romance, Olivia WB, and Charles Geer. Event is on our Facebook page.
This Saturday we are playing with the above bands (+Burglary Years) at the above location. The link to the event is above.
nah but he is still active with music things.
Please, take it from us and stay away from the sun. You’ll just get burned.
So we have two shows coming up this weekend.
Friday we are playing a benefit for Earn-A-Bike in Worcester at the Shop at 97D Webster St. Earn-A-Bike is a program in Worcester that recycles old bicycles and allows people to trade work hours for a bike. I got mine through it and was taught how to service my bike myself. It rules. Event here
Saturday, we are playing with Young Enthusiasts and C.C. at the Charlton Library. We’ve tried to book this show a billion times and it’s finally happening. This is C.C.’s first show and they are a very important band. Very. Important. Event here
long island homies come hang out!!
This is Saturday. State Lines is playing instead of No Good News.
State Lines is playing
It’s good to hold people accountable, though. Especially a figure people listen to and hold some sort of social power or influence. Especially people who talk about political things in or out of their work.
That being said, I wish we were harboring more fugitives.
Someone find me one of those hour long YouTube videos of a baby laughing hysterically.
I think you are misunderstanding. Without a state, communities “governing themselves” are made by free association. You choose the community you interact with. You are not tied to that community and can leave at any point. That never limits the freedom of the individual. No force or coercion is necessary, and is less desirable for a horizontal community.
A “true anarchist position” doesn’t exist. That is square one. Anarchy is chaotic: opposed to homogeneity. However, anarchists from all schools of thought understand the importance of organizing into groups. Max Stirner is the most ardent individualist-anarchist and pushes for the “union of egoists” to help maximize the potential and freedom of the individual.
So with that, we are canceling the dates of our tour from the 16th-22nd skipping over Georgia, Alabama </3, Virginia, D.C., and Philly. We play tomorrow in Gainesville with Dikembe and Scum of the Earth and Friday in Orlando with You Blew It!, Dikembe, and Donor.
In the meantime we are stuck in St. Petersburg, FL trying to find a way to get our trailer/gear home. If you want you can buy some shirts we just posted on our Bigcartel. We will mail them out as soon as we get home. We are also at some point making exclusive Shark shirts for everyone that we feel Shark would have wanted to have one. Let us know if you think we should consider you getting one.
See you all the 23rd on Long Island w/ Young English.