Last saturday we got the honour to Enter The Circle and join this old school hip hop jam in the heart of our home-quarter Kiel-Gaarden. Much respect and big thanx to all the fresh B-Girlz and B-Boyz, Writerz, DJs and of course the organizers. You created a really special event rooted in the tradition of peace, love and unity!
Overdue split release of Moscow Antifa's finest What We Feel hardcore and Moscow Death Brigade! Five hard rockin' tracks on this EP in total - one blasting song of both bands together plus two exclusive tracks from WWF and MDB each. In proud cooperation with Voice of the Streets Records and Distemper Records.
Good times for the worker's movement in germany as well as for any friend of a colourful environment: While the Union of Traindrivers (Gewerkschaft Deutscher Lokomotivführer GDL) again shows the fat ass class compromising german mainstream unions that strike means direct action and disturbing of the capitalist normal mode, the stopping train wheels in the yards mean a confortable starting point for all you grafitti artists out there. So show some solidarity at the picket lines by day and your creativity by night. Our nice can section may help you, for example with the brand new second choice Montana Cans (official) BlackOut 400 ml - smudge-proofed and dark as the night. STRIKE ON & SHAKE WELL! http://www.fireandflames.com/en/graffiti.html
Following we document the statement from Moscow Death Brigade (MDB) and What We Feel (WWF):
"Dear all! On behalf of What We Feel and Moscow Death Brigade we are presenting our official reply to the article called “Die Bands What We Feel und Moscow Death Brigade als Beispiel eines zu kritisierenden ‘Antifaschismus'”, which accuses us and Russian militant Antifascist scene in general of being “fascist, homophobic, sexist” etc."