Artists Against The Bill- Library of Mu
- Library of Mu record:
- Title: Artists Against The Bill
- Date: 1994-11-01
- Journal: Mix-Mag
- Author: ?
- Type of resource: News items
- Status: text
- No. views: 1098
- Description: K.F armoured truck has a 5 and a half K PA rig and is being hired out for CJB protests
Artists Against The Bill
By ? (1994-11-01, Mix-Mag)
The pin striped suits at the reins of the political process may have turned
their backs on the issue, but forces within the dance music world are
mobilising, kick started into action by the prospect of the clause which
affects them and dance music the most.
Released on October 24th, 'Repetitive Beats' is a four track shot across the
bows from motley collective Retribution on the London based Sabrettes
label. Drawing impetus from across the musical camps this coalition with a
message includes Lol Hammond from the Drum Club, Butterfly/Killing Joke's
Youth, and Fun-Da-Mental's Dave Watts on vocals.
With backing from London Records, the idea is to 'create a buzz', chart the
bastard, and propel the Bill into the mainstream limelight.
To accompany the record, Retribution are shooting a "full on" video, says
Lol, with footage from the Advance Party Trafalgar Square demonstration,
which took place in July, thrown in. There are also plans to incorporate a
luminous green striped Saracen armoured vehicle owned by the KLF boys, who
are currently building a five and a half K rig into its impregnable
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