The gossip column of the NME 24 March, 1984, tilts for jollity. There’s some amusing UK Subs gossip too. Advertisements
Red Action’s report on the National Front attack on the Redskin’s at the GLC ‘Jobs For A Change’ festival from Red Action, 13, 1984. There’s also some reports on the aftermath.
More than a year after the miners strike the Redskins interviewed in the NME 5 April, 1986, by the cultural commentator Paul Morley.
From Sounds, 21 August, 1982 Letters in response to the Redskins feature by Paul Wellings. Poor old Paul takes a bit of stick. Do have a look at the Redskins Archive.
The Redskins and Billy Bragg play in Belfast to promote welfare rights information. This review is from the NME, 17 March, 1984 and the gig was also reviewed in top drawer Northern Irish ‘zine Youth Anthem.
The Redskins interviewed in fine Northern Ireland ‘zine Youth Anthem, number 7, 1985.
Before their soul sound burst forth, the Redskins were a justanotherpunkband called No Swastikas. This review is from Welwyn Garden City ‘zine Zero, 1980.
From Sounds, 26 November, 1983.
This was one hell of a gig. Dead Kennedys had a kick and sense of humour that punk had lost, and the Redskins were bringing some soulful fire to a despondent Britain. The excitement leading up to this gig was for this little skinhead (then) intense. The venue was packed and both bands had plenty […]
With the miner’s strike still raging, the NME, 3 November, 1984 lights the blue touch-paper for Guy Fawkes night and talks political music with the Redskins. “Because of the miner’s strike, working class youth is currently in a more politicised state than it has been for years. When you have a strike that has gone […]