Bio: I'm an 19 year old folk-punk writer from the south coast playing politically and socially driven tunes. I love to incorporate a bit of everything into my music, including jazz, revolutionary rap etc. I'm inspired by the likes of The Distillers, Beans on Toast, Lowkey, Shadia Mansour, Scroobius Pi... See Full BioMore Info
https://www.facebook.com/events/501961056540344/?fref=ts 'After attending an amazing Anarcho Folk festival in Amsterdam earlier this month, a group of activists and musicians here in the UK are attempting to get a similar thing going on Saturday 31st August 2013, to be exact. Those wonderful people at Freedom Books have said we can use their yard, where we can also do food and booze.'
Join FemSoc again this month for another queer-friendly feminist gig night, raising money for charity and promoting local artists and performers. This month's line-up includes: * Ghostparty * * Ari Scott * * Beth Morris * * Momma Swift * * Kokopelli * * Wrecktheplacefantastic * PLUS stand-up comedy from: * Jessica Gagnon * Suggested donation £3 All proceeds will be going to LGBT Switchboard, Brighton. (www.switchboard.org.uk/) We will also be holding a raffle with lots of great prizes! Look forward to seeing you there! As always - bring your friends!
University of Sussex Students Union in association with Brighton Love Music Hate Racism bring together some brilliant Brighton acts to oppose racism and hatred, ahead of the hate march planned by the far-right group MfE in Brighton. Playing for us will be: Screama Ballerina Telepathetic Esme Momma Swift And Frankie Muggleton
On International Women's Day, get on your dancing shoes and come to the Rosehill Tavern to raise some funds for Survivors' Network! Ratbag - Brighton's favourite gypsy-punk gang: http://www.reverbnation.com/ratbagbrighton Momma Swift - political folk-punk for modern times: http://www.reverbnation.com/mommaswift Esme Lila Sarfas - soulful acoustic-pop: http://www.myspace.com/esmelilasarfas This is a FREE GIG but we're aiming to raise money for Survivor's Network (http://www.survivorsnetwork.org.uk/47/Home.aspx) so we'll also be having a raffle, selling cupcakes and waving a bucket in your faces. There will also be a distro stall full of flyers for other great feminist causes. If anyone would like to help on the day, or by donating raffle prizes, or knows of a group who'd like to send us flyers for the distro, please get in touch.