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World Of No Tomorrow…
NAUSEA Live Tompkins Square Park
1988 Now Showing!

One American Anarcho band that was on point 600% was New York’s NAUSEA. This is one band that were before their time in my book – yeah, you can hear their influences, but they flipped the script! NAUSEA were also a band whose sound was shaped by their environment, you can hear the dirty gutters of the Lower Eastside running through their songs. Something about the way they delivered their songs, you could tell that they lived what they sung about. NAUSEA were a part of the greater LES community that was made up of artists, freaks, hippies and outcasts. They were punks that took fucking action, and they created some classic music while they were in existence! In 1988, the NYPD clashed with LES residents who were protesting the city’s 1am curfew for Tompkins Square Park, which resulted in the Tompkins Square Park Riot. Six days after this event, NAUSEA performed a blinding set in the park. Today, CVLT Nation would like to share this historic show with our readers, plus another killer gig, all after the jump! The struggle is still on, so let’s figure out our own ways to protest against this fucked up system that has their foot on our necks!

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