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Charismatic Megafauna. Photo by Kate Bones. Styling by Kalina Pulit.

Charismatic Megafauna. Photo by Kate Bones. Styling by Kalina Pulit.

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Who Would Be Free, Themselves Must Strike the Blow

Charismatic Megafauna Live

18 Jan 2019

9.30-10.30pm
 
 
Join us for the opening of the gathering Who Would Be Free Themselves Must Strike the Blow with a music act by Charismatic Megafauna.
 
Charismatic Megafauna is Jenny Moore, Georgia Twigg and Susannah Worth, a dance-punk trio from London. They want to light up the dancefloor and destroy it. Offering a potent mix of girl-gang chants, three-person drum offensives and mutant synth freakouts, they refract their feminism through an absurdist lens – party music for politically-minded people.
 
This event is part of the gathering Who Would Be Free, Themselves Must Strike the Blow. See the full programme here.
 
Free. Booking required
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Charismatic Megafauna: Formed in 2013 at Oxford’s Supernormal festival, they now play regular gigs in London – at the likes of the Moth Club, Omeara, the Victoria in Dalston, New River Studios, DIY Space, the Lock Tavern, the Hope & Anchor in Islington, Five Bells in New Cross – and have recently played as part of Violets in Newcastle, The Future is Female in Cardiff, Sound Acts Festival in Athens, and Metaphonica at Central Saint Martins. They have also performed at Wysing Arts Centre’s Space-Time Festival, the Arnolfini in Bristol, Bergen Assembly in Norway, Butcher’s Tears in Amsterdam, and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
They released the Maxi Brief EP recorded live at Tate Modern in 2016, and their debut album Semi Regular in April 2018, with artwork produced in collaboration with Canadian artist Alexis Dirks. 
 

 

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