Coloured Stone and No Fixed Address

Music, Rock and indie
Coloured stone
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See the legendary Indigenous activist rockstars live in Redfern for one-night only

In the ‘80s, Australian music was gloriously political. The lyrical activism from First Nations bands like No Fixed Address and Coloured Stone remain important and you have the rare opportunity to see these two history-making acts for the ludicrously low price of ten bucks.

Part of Red Bull’s whopping weekend festival, the two bands are reuniting their original line-ups to play their discographies at 107 projects in Redfern. The legacy of songs like Coloured Stone’s ‘Black Boy’ and No Fixed Address’s ‘We Have Survived’ still burn holes through the cultural landscape of our country and seeing them live in such a charged area is bound to be exciting and intense. They’ll be joined by Koori Radio’s Frank T-G and Renee.

Check out the rest of the Red Bull Music Academy Weekender program.

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