Posted by Kristian Hatton
22. Aug, 2012
|August 25, 2012|
Heartical HiFi, New Dub City, Systa BB, Lotek, Phil MacDougall and friends unite punk and reggae late 70’s style at the Night Owl this Saturday.
This positive movement raised fundamental questions about racism, hierarchy, equality and human rights, and unified the common people. I encourage younger folk to look into this one, especially if you grew up during the late 80s/90s, as you may not be familiar with this type of music intimately. There’s not that much chance these days to catch gigs like this. Pop, indie rock and dance music may reign supreme, but the spirit of punk and reggae lives on within all our hearts. True hearts and souls remain intact despite adversity.
WHERE: The Night Owl, 33 Elizabeth Street (via Flinders Court), Melbourne
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