PROTEST MUSIC INTERVIEWS

A Protest Music Interview: Raye Zaragoza

Cover photo by Terry Bruce Herring Since releasing her debut album 'Fight For You' (2017) Raye Zaragoza has been titled a protest singer, and she is fine with that. Injustice ...
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David Rovics (interview)

David Rovics' life has been political since the day he picked up a guitar. Listening to his songs one can hear that storming from his guitar and lyrics. His latest ...
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Morgan Hendry (interview)

Mechanical engineering and its effects on music are not a familiar topic to me. I would most likely never have even thought of the connections there between if I had ...
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NEWS, SPOTLIGHT AND ACTIVISM

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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Snapshot from YouTube

Pussy Riot release a new music video in wake of band members’ arrests

Pussy Riot have just released a music video to a new track called Track About Good Cop. A statement in the video's description seems meant for the Russian government to ...
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Protest band Pussy Riot claim to have disrupted the FIFA final match

Russian music group and well known activists Pussy Riot sent out a news flash on their Facebook page taking credit for disrupting the final match of the 2018 FIFA World ...
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Turkish protest musicians seek asylum in France

Selma and İnan Altın, two members of the infamous music collective Grup Yorum, have asked for asylum in France. The group, who have released twenty albums since 1987, have long ...
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12 hour protest party in response to Trump UK visit

UK based DJ Gideön and Soho Radio are calling all socially conscious party people out there to join them tomorrow, Friday the 13th of July, in a massive, all day ...
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Justice finally served for 1973 murder of Chilean musician Victor Jara

During the 1973 coup in Chile, when dictator Augusto Pinochet was placed in power, thousands of citizens were detained and some were tortured, and others murdered, while in custody at ...
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Melanie Trump’s jacket gets response from Jill Vedder and Jenna Ortega

At a recent concert in Milan Pearl Jam's First Lady, Jill Vedder, wore a jacket with a rather tapey looking text that said: "Yes we care. Y-don't U?". This comes ...
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Lowkey reminds us that Grenfell victims are still fighting for justice

After a five year hiatus, in 2017, Lowkey returned to the mic with a personal, political music essay on the Grenfell disaster who many have said could have been avoided ...
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2019’S MOST READ INTERVIEWS