NOV. 7th 2015 – Bands for Ayotzinapa! + Filmscreen of the documentary: Ayotzinapa, Chronicle of a Crime of State



A benefit for Somos Los Otros NY

Screening of the documentary:
Ayotzinapa: Chronicle of a Crime of State“. Film that chronicles the slaughter of Iguala of September 26th and 27th 2014, in which 43 students of the Ayotzinapa school were disappeared in an action that involves the police forces, drug traffickers and the military.

Presentación del documental:
“Ayotzinapa: Crónica de un Crimen de Estado”. Largometraje documental que narra la masacre de Iguala del 26 y 27 se Septiembre de 2014, en la que 43 estudiantes de la normal de Ayotzinapa fueron desaparecidos en una acción en la que tuvieron que ver las fuerzas policíacas, el narco y el ejército.




HUASIPUNGO [Political Latino NYHC]
DOMINIO PROPIO [Brooklyn Punk/ska formerly Paisaneska]
BURDEN TO THE GRAVE [Brooklyn metal]

Doors @ 3pm (2pm to volunteer)
ALL AGES – All Shows $7-$12 (Sliding Scale)
Event page:

ABC No Rio
156 Rivington Street, NYC
(F to Delancey J to Essex)

No Drugs/Alcohol in the space = No Cops in the space
No Racism * No Sexism * No Homophobia


May 17th: Rock Against Domestic Violence!


MAY 17th 2014
6:PM – $10 – ALL AGES

King Killer Studios – 69 2nd Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215Event page:

Rock Against Domestic Violence! All proceeds go to the Violence Intervention Program, Inc (VIP) to benefit the women’s shelter, Morivivi.

Each year approximately four million women are battered in the United States and these are only the reported cases. In 1988, the Violence Intervention Program (VIP) opened the Morivivi Program, the first bilingual/bicultural (Spanish/English) safe dwelling in New York City. Today VIP has eight safe dwellings (apartment sites) serving battered women and their children who need shelter.

Drop by for a killer line-up of rock and rollers and support a good cause!

TinVulva (
Huasipungo (
Omega Sirius Moon (
Shiksa (
Forget It.Goodbye (

“Sometimes we are blessed with being able to choose the time, and the arena, and the manner of our revolution, but more usually we must do battle where we are standing.” – Audre Lorde