Mar de Rabia (Venezuela)
    Thrash Punk.

    Anti-Everything (Trinidad and Tobago)
    Punk Rock

    The Rabid Ones (Amsterdam)
    Punk Rock

    Benefit for Centro de Cultura Libertaria Anarchist library in Lisbon.

    The Centro de Cultura Libertária, an anarchist association with 44 years of activity in Cacilhas-Almada, is again threatened. The continued pressure of the real estate business, the alteration of the law of rent and the gentrification that force the departure of residents from the central places of cities, the destruction of non-profit spaces or the closure of neighborhood stores, now also reach the CCL.

    It is not the first time that the CCL’s permanence in its historic headquarters is questioned. Between 2009 and 2011 the Center for Libertarian Culture resisted against a process of eviction moved by the landlord. Only the solidarity of many collectives and individuals here and beyond allowed us to face the costs of the judicial process, which led to two trials and one appeal. In the end, we reached an income increase agreement that allowed us to continue in space without changes in the duration of the contract.

    However, in 2014, as a result of the changes in the rent law in favor of the owners’ interests, the CCL contract duration lasted for five years. At the end of 2018, we have reached the point where, as has happened to thousands of tenants, the continuation of the lease of our space will be at the mercy of the owner’s will and the conditions that he wants us to impose.

    The CCL is an anarchist cultural athena founded in 1974 by old libertarian militants who resisted the dictatorship, occupying since then the space leased at number 121 Rua Candido dos Reis, in Cacilhas. The Center has a unique library and archive in Portugal, with documents produced over the last hundred years, as well as a distributor of libertarian culture. It has been a fundamental space for anarchism in Portugal welcoming successive generations of libertarians. During its existence, the Center hosted numerous activities, such as debates, meetings, reading circles, video sessions, workshops, dinners or various learning workshops, and served as home to many libertarian groups and groups. Different publications have been published here, such as the Anarchist Voice in the 1970s, Antithesis in the 1980s, the Anarchist Information Bulletin in the 1990s, and Húmus magazine in the first decade of this century.

    As an anarchist association, the operation of the CCL is horizontal and is based on the assembly of members, where decisions are made and the tasks inherent in the life of the association are distributed. Participation in the CCL is always voluntary, unpaid and non-profit making. The only sources of funding are membership fees, bookstore and diner receipts, and solidarity donations.

    The Full Brexit - Benefit Dinner for AFA Nederland

    Sunday, Jul 28, 2019 | 13.00 till 18.00 | 5 euro

    Mmmm… Full English Vegan Breakfast with all the trimmings for 5 euro!! Expect hash browns, baked beans, scrambled tofu, sausages, mushrooms and all that.

    All proceeds will go to AFA Nederland.

    More details tbc!

    THE MULLET MONSTER MAFIA (bra) – Inferno Euro Tour
    surf thrash mayhem from brazil!

    All proceeds will go to AFA Nederland.

    plus more tbc!

    There will be a Full English Vegan Breakfast with all the trimmings for 5 euro before the gig!!

    Weemoed presents: Stockhaussen [MEX] + Isotropía [MEX / GEO]

    Friday, Sep 6, 2019 | 21.00 till 3.00 | Donation

    +++ post-punk – (minimal)synth – (cold)wave +++

    Stockhaussen (MEX)

    Stockhaussen is a music project based in México City, influenced by different music genres from Minimal Wave/Synth – to – Cold/Dark Wave, Post-Punk, among others, created by Angel Kauff.
    His personal musical influence is related to universe, the classical music & dark sounds. J. S. Bach is his primary influence, together with Wolfgang Stockmeier, a German composer/organist, and Elias Gottlob Haussmann, a German painter who has immortalized the portrait of the Baroque composer.


    The post-punk project of Keren Batok (Red Sol/ Psi) and Angel Kauff (Stockhaussen/ Frio y Vacio). After Keren and Angel collaborated on some Stockhaussen songs, they started a project together where Angel writes the music and Keren works on the lyrics and vocals. Angel and Keren always worked on their music together through the internet as they live in different countries, and will meet each other and perform as Isotropía for the first time on this tour.

    DJ’s: Karloff Lugosi – Absynth (Neon Decay, NEON Transmissions) – maybe one more…