Berlin’s own avant-garde, digital hardcore group, Atari Teenage Riot, rolled through Philly’s Starlight Ballroom last night for evening with their trademark anti-fascist, electro-meets-punk-rock sound, for an enthusiastic gathering of fans. Formed in 1992 as an attack on the Neo-Nazi subculture by fusing hardcore punk views with German techno, Atari Teenage Riot has since toured the World on countless occasions, released four studio albums, numerous appearances on compilations and singles, and is one of the most successful techno-rock hybrids still actively touring. Opening support for tour was supplied by Miami’s own Otto Von Schirach. We know you are here for the pictures, so without further ado..
All Pictures by Joshua T. Cohen
Otto Von Schirach
Atari Teenage Riot
Atari Teenage Riot – “Black Flags” (featuring Boots Riley from The Coup) (1st edit 2011/9/3)
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