LATEST PROTEST MUSIC INTERVIEWS

A Protest Music Interview: Tina Mathieu

Cover photo credit: Schultz Media When an armed young man decided to take 17 lives away from their families, in what we now know as the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting ...
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A Protest Music Interview: Racetraitor

In 1998, when performing songs off of their debut album, hardcore veterans Racetraitor regularly created both controversy and critical debate with their brutally honest shows. Racism, white supremacy, sexism, the ...
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A Protest Music Interview: Lee Brickley

Last August, a debut album was released called Songs For Rojava. The songs are all dedicated to "freedom fighters around the world" and a special focus is directed towards the ...
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LATEST PROTEST MUSIC NEWS

Rappers in Russia are being arrested and oppressed, right now.

Cover photo: screenshot from Husky's video 'Judas' Rapper Husky (Хаски) was recently detained by Russian authorities. As CrimeRussia reports "The prosecutor's office considered the rapper’s work propaganda of drugs, and ...
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Montaigne uses her voice to protest a multinational conglomerate

Montaigne is only 23 years old but already she has achieved raising her mind to a level of becoming vegan and using her powerful voice responsibly to protest destructive corporations ...
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Palestinian protest musician raising funds for 2 new albums

Cover image: screenshot from Jawan Safadi's fundraising video Some musicians sing in protest for those that live under oppression and raise awareness about various injustices happening around the world. Others ...
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“Children Don’t Belong in Jail”: new protest song from Luke Buda and Don McGlashan

Quite a few songs have been written about, or to raise awareness of, the inhumane conditions individuals and families experience that are forcefully constrained within the refugee camp on the ...
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Support California fire relief through music

Cover photo taken from Raye Zaragoza's Bandcamp page. Recent wildfires in California have been some of the more devastating in the states' history. Anyone interested in helping can donate to ...
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Artists and social activists in India fight a global corporation with music

Kodaikanal is a small city in India that sits 2000 m above sea level in forest hills. In 2001 a Unilever thermometer factory shut down after it became clear they ...
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