Radical Dance Faction / Culture Shock / BTTP

Fiddlers Club, Bristol.

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GENERAL ADMISSION £16.50 (£15.00)

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RADICAL DANCE FACTION-
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Radical Dance Faction (R.D.F) was founded by Chris Bowsher in Hungerford, 1986, and were originally known as 'Military Surplus'. The band experienced many line up changes, and Chris remained the only original member up to the time RDF split up (sometime in the late 1990's). RDF's music combined punk, dub, and ska, while Chris' lyrics, spoken rather than sung, dealt mainly with political issues, such as the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 in the song Chinese Poem. Chris also witnessed first hand the Hungerford massacre, describing his experience in Hot on the Wire. RDF was a regular act on the UK free festival scene prior to the 1994 Criminal Justice Act and was part of the crusty and anarcho-punk movement. In August 2006 Military Surplus RDF reformed and played at the Endorse it in Dorset festival. more gigs are planned. * Steve Swann (RIP Dub Warrior), one of RDFs original line-up, co-founded the Revolutionary Dub Warriors & was also a member of the reformed, dub, ska band Dub The Earth. * Phil & Dan left RDF in 1995, and went onto form P.A.I.N * Linda went on to become a member of the band DF118. * Mark McCarthey joined The Wonder Stuff in 2004. * Murph joined The Rhytmites

CULTURE SHOCK-
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Culture Shock is an English punk rock band formed in Warminster, Wiltshire in 1986 by Dick Lucas, previously of the Subhumans. Over their four-year history, the band played hundreds of gigs, including frequent appearances at free festivals, and released three studio albums on the Bluurg record label. Lucas’ lyrics were mostly concerned with social and political issues, from cruelty to animals, Northern Ireland, war, and social alienation, but were far from angry rants, often finding a positive and empowering perspective. Culture Shock split at the end of 1989, as Bill and Nige both had young families to support. Dick went on to form Citizen Fish with Jasper, the bassist on Culture Shock’s final album, and two other former members of the Subhumans. Nige died in 1993. Interest in the band was revived by the release of the Everything CD retrospective in 2012; Culture Shock reformed as a gigging band and have been playing since 2013. The line-up remains the same except with Alex (from Citizen Fish) on guitar.

BACK TO THE PLANET-
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Back To The Planet (BTTP) formed while squatting together in Peckham, London in 1989, and attracted a following throughout the early 1990s. They played four consecutive Glastonbury Festivals and played many free festivals, including the Deptford Urban Free Festival and the Castlemorton Common Festival in 1992. BTTP were vociferous in their resistance to the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994.
Their music blended elements of ska, dub, punk, and dance music. Their first album, Warning the Public, was released on their own record label, Arthur Mix Records, based in Hither Green. In 1993, the band signed to Parallel Records and released a chain of singles. BTTP split not long after the release of Messages After The Bleep in 1995, to pursue personal music projects.

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Tickets £15 adv 18+