V/A - "Love Music Hate Borders"
Genre: Various (Mostly Crust)
- Cancer Spreading - Ghastly Visions
- Spermafrost - Sogginess, Leches, Workless
- Uhrit - Tyranny
- The Kroni - Dope War
- Deathcharge - Holocausto
- Adacta - Katastrofy
- URA - Comentiendo Errores
- Wilt - Flames at Down
- Lust For Death - Nothing
- Nazka - Piss of the System
- Cloud Rat - At Peace in Hell
- Victims of Classwar - A Heart for the Butcher
- Barque - The Necromancer
- Disclone - Shattered Life
- Amara - Endless Bullshit
- La Floraison de la Fin Onirique - Capitano
- Catholic Youth - Pro Life Sucks
- Artigo DZ9 - Sobre a Guerra
- Exilent - If Rights Exist on Papers Only
- Pigpride - Stigma
- Rancor - Minha Utopia Seu Desespero
- Ruptra - Exillo
- Aurea - VII
- Angoracold - Satancio Pandemonium
- Hieros Gamos - Diaz (Blood Flows)
- Segregated - Provided Lies
- Zerum - 0100
- Silence Means Death - A Senseless War
- Hellskum - No Solution
- Bombardo - Solldado Lazallamas
- Peste - The Way to Freedom
- Auralskit - Peace is Lies
The No Border Camp of Ventimiglia started on the 11th of June, when a group of migrant moved on the rocks in order to resist the police eviction, identification and continue to struggle for their freedom.
From that day solidarity networks from different territories have been working to build a permanent laboratory of resistance to repressive politics we see in action on borders.
From Lampedusa to Calais passing through Ventimiglia, migrant people in their everyday life are not free to move around Europe in search of a life better than a mere survival.
The No Border Camp host different collectives and individuals coming from different backgrounds, having in common the desire to oppose the discriminatory logic of power and to fight for their freedom of movement, not only for migrants but for all those people that are suffering from the restrictions of freedom.
"WE ARE NOT GOING BACK"
No Border Camp - Ventimiglia"
TDSAU facilitates another cool digital-only comp to raise money for The No Border Camp, a worthy cause for the crisis at hand. Mostly made up of crust but there are a good number of bands that really stick out. Was happy to see Cloud Rat on this as they're always great. The URA track is also pretty intense.
Pay what you want downloadability.