LATEST PROTEST MUSIC INTERVIEWS

“Grow Food!” – Interview With Charlie Mgee of Formidable Vegetable

Charlie Mgee is not flying anywhere, anytime soon. Not because of fear of heights, the man seems not afraid of much seeing how he lives in a vegetable oil fuelled ...
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Wack Rappers Beware: Interview With DC Rapper Tim Hicks & Exclusive Song Premiere

According to Tim Hicks, leader and activist from the hiphop collective that is The Cornel West Theory, real rap is coming our way soon. The group seems to have its ...
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A Protest Music Interview: Nehedar

9 albums released since 2007 is quite the feat, let alone for only one person. That is what Emilia Cataldo has done (among other things - such as bringing life ...
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PROTEST MUSIC NEWS AND SPOTLIGHT

Spotlight On: Church Of The Undecided & JhOst

In the Shouts spotlight today we have a collaboration and a much discussed topic. It seems that, unless the mentality changes for many people, creative people will keep singing about ...
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Malta: A Scene Report From The Loud Women Crew

This article was originally posted on loudwomen.org and re-posted here with permission. Janelle Borg (of Maltese punk band Cryptic Street) reports on the women at the forefront of the Maltese ...
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Feminist Radio Show 1st Friday Of Every Month

What: Monthly feminist online radio show When: 10pm EST (United States) Where: Online (Lucky Star Radio.com) We caught up with Elysa who manages the Grrrl Power Hour on Lucky Star ...
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Antonio Sanchez’ New Album Honors Migrants

Percussionist and composer, Antonio Sanchez, perhaps most famous for his solo drum score for 'Birdman', has released a new piece of jazz work entitled 'Lines In The Sand'. The cover ...
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19 Year Old Protest Singer Releases Her First Single

Annabel Gutherz has just released her first single and if it is any indication of what is to come she may have a great career ahead of herself. At only ...
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Our Top Picks For 2018’s Protest Music

People seem to be fixated on the idea that there isn't any protest music out there anymore. As if it all ended with Dylan and Baez. This type of nostalgic ...
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2018’S MOST READ INTERVIEWS