Curated by John Dwyer


Four piece anarcho-punk band Subhumans began redefining the boundaries of the musical genre in the eighties and have continued to do so, on and off, for the past four decades. They are known for their politically charged lyrics and curve-ball, DIY aesthetic and sound. The band first split in 1985, shortly after releasing the classic record and song ‘From the Cradle to the Grave’. They reunited for a brief period in the nineties and then again in this century. Throughout all this time, their established live prowess remained permanently etched on punk fans – whether they were on stage or not.

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