Political protest songs at Yorkshire House

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PERSONAL and political protest songs form the backbone of a great line-up of musicians at the Yorkshire House this weekend.

Manchester punk/ska/dub outfit The Autonomads, who have been gracing many a festival fields of late with their energetic punked-up ska, peppered with a decent splash of dub, headline the show this Saturday, November 12.

The band, who have close connections to the infamous Manchester music and free party promoters Gash Collective, recently released their No Man’s Land album.

Expect some nice upfront saxophone and crowd-pleasing sing-a-long choruses.

Next on the bill is Lancaster-based urban rail punk band Eastfield, featuring Jessi on guitar and vocals, Bambi on bass and vocals, Trina Vodkapunk on vocals and Pete on drums.

See the Lancaster Guardian (10-11-11) for full story.