Flux of Pink Indians

By Oliver Hall

 

Flux of Pink Indians is one of the more creative bands from the English anarcho-punk scene of the early 1980s.  Brothers Colin Latter and Derek Birkett were in a punk band called The Epileptics—originally the Epileptic Fits—who played their second gig with Crass in August 1978.  In 1980, following the breakup of the Epileptics, Latter and Birkett formed Flux of Pink Indians with Rubella Ballet drummer Sid Ation and guitarists Neil “Anarchy” Puncher and Andy Smith.  The band’s debut EP, Neu Smell (Crass 1981) combined two punk... Read More

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