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Dwarves - InMe

  by Anna Gudaniec

published: 23 / 7 / 2007



Dwarves - InMe

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Katie Anderson photographs controversial American punks in Brighton on their latest British tour


Formed in Chicago, Illinois and currently based in San Francisco, California, controversial punk band the Dwarves first formed in the late 1980's. While the group has been through many line -ups, its core members have always been singer Blag Dahlia and guitarist He Who Cannot Be Named. The Dwarves have recorded ten albums, the latest of which 'The Dwarves Must Die' came out in 2004, and have a simple, loud punk sound. Their shows have been notorious for their sporadic on-stage fights between band members and the audience, and because He Who Cannot Be Named either peforms naked or wearing nothing but a jock strap. These photograph were taken by Katie Anderson exclusively for Pennyblackmusic on August 5th at the Pressure Point in Brighton on their latest European tour.



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