FIGHT FOR RIGHTS
「Special Rebel Fiesta Party in Seoul」




Japan`s number one Rebel Music party "Fight For Rights" will land to Seoul for the first time ever with a big lineup of artist from Japan, Basque Country and Sweden. Schedule in the middle of Zandari Festa the event should live up to its catch phrase "100% Rebel Beats Sound!" . Get ready for the full front assault called Fight For Rights!

2018.10.5(fri) HONGDAE @ STRANGE FRUIT
Open/DJs Start: 23:00 / Tickets:Free Admission
Info: Strange Fruits +82 2-333-2919 / www.facebook.com/strangefruit.seoul/

Artist
ANITA PARKER (Basque Country)
THE RODEOS (Japan)
BROWSING COLLECTIONS (Sweden)


Strange Fruit
Address: 330-15, Seogyo-dong, Mapo-Gu, Seoul, South Korea.
Tel:: +82 2-333-2919 / web: www.facebook.com/strangefruit.seoul/

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http://www.facebook.com/fisghtforrights.japan

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Anita Parker (Basque) http://www.anitaparker.net
Anita Parker lives in Arrasate, Bilbao and Lakuntza -Basque Country-. The keyboard player Olatz Andueza was part of the legendary Basque group Skalariak, being able to play in festivals around the world. Furthermore, Jon Zubiaga and Inaki Bengoa accumulate Gose's life experience. The first album by Anita Parker was recorded at Shot studios during July and August of 2017, composed of six songs that were more than enough for this presentation album, which was completed with other six songs in the first live shows. She was playful on her first record, she drew a perfect festive swing and electronics storm, able to turn the sourest situation into good mood.Anita Parker began a frenetic live career in December 2017 and since then they played more than 40 gigs throughout the Basque Country. Now she just finished recording her second album at Katarain Studios and is beginning her tour in Japan and South Korea before returning to the Basque Country and also visiting Spanish cities defending the new songs. Anita has started walking recently but she has no stopping intention. The show just began...

The Rodeos (Japan) http://the-rodeos.web5.jp/
Teamed up in 2009, the band officially started as The Rodeos, mainly focusing on street gigs in front of the Kichijoji station in Tokyo. With the sounds derived from the world music such as Russian Folk and Celtic Punk, they have the distinctive style of expression with inlayed Japanese melody and strongly written lyrics. Gradually extending the performing field from the street scenes to live venues, they released their 1st album ‘The Rodeos’ from Diwphalanx Records, a representative record label of Punk, Metal and Psychobilly music in Japan. Touring around 20 places through the country, The Rodeos performed from North in Hokkaido to the South in Okinawa for their 1st album release, and drew enthusiastic response from the scenes of Punk and Rustic Stomp, the original genre emerged in Japan. During the tour as well, they continued performing in front of the Kichijoji Station. (With the strict restriction of the Japanese administration and police towards street live performances, this is an extremely difficult thing). In 2014, The Rodeos released their 2nd album ‘Uncontrollable!’ with the strong message towards the government’s response to Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear disaster which still has not converged yet, and to the further familiar issue to the band itself, which is the strict restriction of musical performances in the street scenes in Japan. On the release of this album, they performed a guerilla live show at the train platform in Kichijoji Station for their music video, which generated reactions all over the country, increasing the total number of views to up to 1 million in just a week. From around this time, their opportunity of performing at live venues with the capacity of 500~1000 people and outdoor music festivals started to increase, and they gradually broadened their performing field to other scenes as well, not just Punk and Rustic Stomp. In 2016 The Rodeos visit Europe for the first time and did a series of shows in Catalonia, Spain and Basque Country. 2018 has started with their debut at Japan`s largest rock event “Fuji Rock Festival”. This year the band is planning to visit Korea and do a series of gigs that will include “Zandari Festa”. The Rodeos has worked and toured with international artists such as: Yuriy Gurzhy aka Rotfront (Germany), Esne Beltza (Basque Country), Txarango (Catalonia), Skakeitan (Basque Country) and many more... The Rodeos will continuing on performing lives nationwide and currently they are eagerly promoting their 3rd album!

Browsing Collections (Sweden) http://www.browsingcollection.com/
"A big, fat, tight bitch slap" is a phrase people have been using to describe Browsing Collection's music. The band was founded in 2008 in the deepest forest of Sko¨vde, Sweden, where three young girls decided to start a rockband. Out of nowhere they learned to play instruments, wrote some kick ass-songs and recorded their first EP, which was the beginning of an epic journey. During these past years many members have come and gone, but the message has always remained:Stand up for yourself, don't trust jerks, stay off drugs and save the planet! With these opinions Browsing Collection has traveled across the country, praising in the name of rock n' roll. Maybe you have seen them at Sweden Rock Festival, Getaway Rock Festival, Putte i Parken, Siesta!-Festivalen or abroad. Recently they released their debut album "Greetings From Wonderland" and are planning to take over the world, including all the planets in the solar system.

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