Pure Aggression and Freedom to the identities that live to express. These moshers were free that Night listening and aligning themselves to the music being played by Bilk Band.
The beauty of it all was that It felt like a movie scene, everything was imperfectly perfect, the underground scene is very much alive, the reality and expression of it is so pure.
People were getting tossed, thrown , punched but the dynamism is what kept them standing on their two feet.
And lets not forget about the fashion there was a mix of punk and skate styles which added more to the underground canvas.
One guy’s shirt I really vibed with stated “you have the right to remain silent forever”; how ironic because the underground scene, in particular the punk scene, is very loud, antinomian and to an extent a political manifesto!
Sometimes when capturing these moments, I can’t help to think about what Grunge and Punk culture really is, because in my mind the scene champions us to be innately brute with our expression and that’s what I think these moshers represent.
Punk is very much alive, it’s not a thing of the past, it’s just refined but the same ethos still is respected in the scene.
Words and Images: Blue Kizozo @confusedcu1ture