Banksy new art piece removed from tube train by the fat controller!

Banksy was out and about earlier this week leaving a trail of typically thought provoking and powerful art pieces on London tube trains...who promptly removed it The post Banksy new art piece removed from tube train by the fat controller! appeared first on Louder Than War.

Banksy new art piece removed from tube train by the fat controller!


Banksy was out and about earlier this week leaving a trail of typically thought provoking and powerful art pieces on London tube trains. His artwork is now worth a fortune and makes headlines world wide – a perfect and pointed ironic statement on art, culture and politics. Each piece is worth a fortune – so what did London underground do? say ‘thanks for the free art’ nope, they removed it and returned their carriage to its dole office cream, manky seats littered with rubbish old adverts decor…

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Zee Davine Returns With Tokky Horror
New single 'Girlracer' is out now...

Liverpool-London collective Tokky Horror have signed to Alcopop! Records for new single 'Girlracer'.

The project is led by Zee Davine, the iconoclast who shock up the industry with punk-edged project Queen Zee.

This new group opens up fresh possibilities, with Zee Davine joined by joint-vocalists Mollie Rush and Ava Akira.

A power trio, Tokky Horror is the sound of Zee returning "to the fun of creating and making music after falling out of love with it."

"The experience of creating Tokky Horror has helped me address what my priorities are with my creativity, and how I wish and need to express myself. Sonically we had no idea what we would sound like, except we wanted it to be intense, visceral and cathartic."

Inspired by the work of Refused frontman Dennis Lyxzen, and his call for a truly 21st century type of punk, Tokky Horror are reacting against the dystopian realm they find themselves in.

“I wanted to find my own sound, and my own way of expressing myself, that takes from all of our influences across dance culture, psychedelia and punk,” explains Davine.

“Lyrically the song addresses hyper-masculine spaces (which is very often dance culture itself) and inserts Tokky Horror with confidence. Girlracer's unashamed appreciation of fast cars and loud music is a tongue-in-cheek to every boy who thinks they're better than us."

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Join us on the ad-free creative social network Vero, as we get under the skin of global cultural happenings. Follow Clash Magazine as we skip merrily between clubs, concerts, interviews and photo shoots. Get backstage sneak peeks, exclusive content and access to Clash Live events and a true view into our world as the fun and games unfold.

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