NEWS, SPOTLIGHT AND ACTIVISM

Another Rapper Detained For His Music

In Turkey, rapper Şehinşah was recently detained by local authorities for allegedly insulting the president in two of his songs. Şehinşah wrote on his Twitter account: "On my way home, ...
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Wildlife Electronica: A Review Of A Lake By The Moon’s ‘Life In Warp’

“Life in Warp,” the debut album from A lake by the mõõn, a.k.a. Duarte Eduardo, is an opportunity to rethink what it means to be “socially conscious” when it comes ...
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Raging, Patiently, Against Corruption In Spain: A Review Of Tenue’s ‘Territorios’

Every now and then a band will put out an egregious thirty-minute song that could be considered an entire album, one totally epic movement, both, or something else altogether. Half-hour ...
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Song Of The Day: Sexist, Racist Boy By The Linda Lindas

Although all being between the ages 10 to 16, The Linda Lindas are quickly making their appearance felt. They have already opened up gigs for the legends in Bikini Kill ...
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Sons Of Kemet Release A Powerful, Political Jazz Record To Dance To

Sons of Kemet have never been known to stay stuck in the same path. The band is more of a collaborative effort, that has changed through the years, but guided ...
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Ailaan: Music From The Farmers Protests (Video)

This article was originally published by The Indian Culture Forum and republished here with permission. The farmers have shaken the government with their protests, now continuing for over three months ...
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Song Of The Day: Fist Up By Armaan Yadav

For any hiphop artist getting started in the rap game, it is a great feat to make it to Sway Calloway's radio show Sway In The Morning. During the pandemic, ...
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(Banned) Song Of The Day: Mama By Nay Wa Mitego

As per usual, when a song is banned or when an artist is oppressed by a tyrannical government or authority, we at Shouts do our best to show that work ...
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The Philharmonic Orchestra Of Bogotá Add Their Voices To The Protests In Colombia

After only one week of protests in Colombia at least 25 people have lost their lives and many hundreds more have been injured. It is not only the global virus ...
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PROTEST MUSIC INTERVIEWS

A Protest Music Interview: The Black Creatures

According to this band's public description they are a "darkpop hip-hop musical duo from Kansas City, Missouri pulling elements from sci-fi to tell an interdimensional story." But these two musicians ...
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A Protest Music Interview: Madara

The Manusmriti, a sort of a bible for Hindu people, divides the Indian people into categories based on their work and their social duties. This scripture is at least 3,000 ...
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Freemuse X Shouts Artist’s Voice: Cuban Visual Artist Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara

Artist’s Voice is a collaboration between Freemuse and Shouts – Music from the Rooftops! The collaboration aims to provide a platform for artists to share their stories, in their own ...
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