No Borders, No Masters: A Benefit for Separated Families: Occultist, Drugcharge, Essex Muro, Das Drip, Magma Opus | Kings | Clubs & Concerts, Activism | Indy Week

Clubs & Concerts, Activism

No Borders, No Masters: A Benefit for Separated Families: Occultist, Drugcharge, Essex Muro, Das Drip, Magma Opus

When: Fri., Aug. 10, 8:30 p.m. 2018

The prevailing ideologies of punk—egalitarianism, anti-nationalism, anti-authoritarianism, anti-racism, civil rights, nonconformity—put its practitioners directly opposite our tiny-handed, nonsense-spewing Cheeto-in-chief. The president's racist immigration policies have resulted in the criminal prosecution of thousands of individuals seeking asylum, and the inhumane detention and separation of immigrant families. This show is a benefit for those families; proceeds will go to the Houston Immigration Legal Services Collaborative. The bands on the bill build on punk's blueprint: Play it louder, play it harder, and play it faster, in service of aggressive affirmations. There's the crossover crust of Richmond's Occultist, the pogoing BDSM d-beat of Raleigh's Drugcharge, the confusion-is-sexy eighties hardcore of Essex Muro, the angular punk of Das Drip, and the psychedelic party rock of Magma Opus. —Patrick Wall

Price: $10 suggested donation

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