For those old, or wise enough to remember The Dead Kennedys and Jello Biafra, prick up your ears… Antipop Records has teamed up with The Kazimier to bring British Columbia’s progressive punks, NoMeansNo to town. The frustratingly elusive band are playing a rare city gig, celebrating their wilfully uncategorisable back catalogue to loyal followers and new converts – for the first time in two decades.

Hugely influential, the band has recorded with Jello Biafra (Dead Kennedys) and been cited as influences for for everything from grunge to Green Day. NoMeansNo themselves are influenced by punk legends D.O.A., the bass heavy Minutemen and have been described as “Motorhead after art school. Support from Antipop’s The Dead Class.

This, one of only three UK dates, is one not to be missed.

NoMeansNo
October 5
Kazimier

Tickets: £10