Observations on DIY and Twitter Beef
Isn’t it sad that, before you even think of criticising something “on the internet”, you have to make sure you have the time and energy to deal with the inevitable backlash? Isn’t it especially sad that this is almost always the case when the subject of criticism is a scene that claims over and…
just wanted to clear a few things up.
in regards to our whole “shirts off” thing we would never want to purposely alienate our audience to make them feel scared or uncomfortable.
it started at shows around a close group of friends and bands in Sheffield where people felt comfortable around each other enough to do it. The purpose of it was everyone felt equal and free doing it.
The purpose of the shirt was it was an “anti shirt” shirt and just felt a funny shirt to make. Shirt.