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Love Music Hate Racism
Afro Cluster
and Support

The Garage, Uplands, Swansea
Friday March 11th

Swansea Love Music Hate Racism are very excited to announce that we have booked Afro Cluster, one of the most exciting bands in Wales, to perform for us at The Garage on 11th March as part of Love Music Hate Racism's Rebel Music Tour.

"Afro Cluster are a Cardiff-based collective of musicians from all over South Wales. They’re excellent proof that the best music exists between and beyond genre boundaries and national borders, and are reputed as being one of the finest live bands in Wales." BBC Wales.

The band were shortlisted for 2021's Welsh Music Prize and have appeared at Glastonbury. Other recent highpoints include performances alongside Los Angeles hip hop legends, People Under The Stairs, and Oregon jazz juggernauts, Young Blood Brass Band.

Details of support and tickets coming soon; in the meantime, save the date!

This event is kindly supported by Swansea Stand Up to Racism, Swansea Unison and R*E*P*E*A*T

Rock'n'Roll is life giving but the virus is deadly. Please be aware that this gig will only go ahead if it is safe. If need be extra restrictions will be introduced eg masks, social distancing, reduced capacity or even cancellation.

'In Sickness and In Health'

R*E*P*E*A*T (anti) Christmas Party - now at Easter!
Tuesday April 19th Portland Arms, Cambridge

Please note change of date due to COVID - as our fans will know, it's not unusual for R*E*P*E*A*T to hold Christmas Parties in April...

Join us for an evening of traditionally seasonally inappropriate music from the wannabes, has beens and never weres of Cambridge and beyond.

The format this year is slightly different, with the evening kicking off with performances from young performers. Then the local glitterati take to the stage and perform a couple of tracks each, possibly on the subject of this year's theme 'In Sickness and In Health'.

The evening will finish in a typically shambolic way with a guest headline set from punk prog noiseniks The Monoliths.

Original lineup - this is now subject to change:

The Monoliths - Headline Set
'Sickness and Health' Sets:
Singing Science
The Bard of Bicton Heath
Matt Reaction
Acid Alchemist
and young performers

£4 in advance or before 7.30pm, £5 on the door for the proposed Love Music Hate Racism stage at Strawberry Fair.

Please protect yourself and others - have a vaccine, take a test, respect each other!


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