Posts Tagged ‘queer spoken word’

On Tuesday January 17th, come to the Wingnut Anarchist Collective for a folk punk show at 7pm!

We have 2 new additions to the line up!


a stick and a stone is the haunted folk therapy of Philly songwriter and trans-male soprano, elliott harvey. From banjo to bass drum, piano to pedals, a stick and a stone’s meditative instrumentation layers beneath dream-ridden lyrics and vocals.


Indee Mitchell is a queer gender-fluid spoken word and performance artist currently residing in Philly. A southerner to the core, they understand community building and social justice activism as key tenants to their art and being. They are a mover, speaker, thinker, and creator wanting to provide space and visibility for those who understand themselves beyond static boxes.

Inky Skulls are a new band including Chris Clavin of Plan-It-X Records

You can check out their music here:

Local to Richmond are Double Rainbow!! Jamie and Isaac bring their own twist to the “folk hip-hop indie rock rap shoegaze” genre and you can check out their album Fuck the Internet here:

This is a free show, but please bring money for merch and for the bands if you can!

The Wingnut Anarchist Collective is located at 2005 Barton Avenue. The Wingnut is a sober, all ages space.