PROTEST MUSIC INTERVIEWS

A Protest Music Interview: Louis Rive

Scotland and Barcelona; two places that are not only both fighting for their sovereignty but also two places that support each other. Louis Rive is a singer-songwriter that now has ...
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A Protest Music Interview: Nejma Nefertiti

Killer rhymes, social activism, teaching and sound, clothing and perfume design. These are just some of the traits of musician and activist Nejma Nefertiti. Nejma creates art in order to ...
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A Protest Music Interview: Crippled Black Phoenix

With a constantly shifting lineup of artists now split between Sweden and the U.K., Crippled Black Phoenix have long eluded an easy description. “Stoner prog,” “freak folk,” and “psych doom” ...
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NEWS, SPOTLIGHT AND ACTIVISM

Song Of The Day: Promises By Joss Jaffe Ft. Mykel Rose

Based in California, Joss Jaffe is a musician that fuses elements of his long study of Indian classical music with reggae rhythms and a passion for conscious living. The song ...
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Bandcamp Creates A New Ticketed Live Stream Service To Further Support Artists

Different from most other digital music platforms, Bandcamp has always done their best to serve the artist - rather than the people (and their money) behind the company. Since the ...
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Tibetan Musician Sentenced to Years In Prison For His Song (Video)

Daily Sun reports that Tibetan singer Lhundrub Drakpa has been arbitrarily held in detention for over a year. He was arrested only two months after the release of his song ...
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As people Protest In Thailand, Rap Against Dictatorship Release A New Song ปฏิรูป (Video)

As it often happens, the current protests in Thailand started out as student events. This generation has had to partially grow up in times started by the 2014 coup d'état ...
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Song Of The Day: So Naïve By Shaun Quixote

We got the most wonderful letter the other day from a musician called Shaun Quixote. He just released his debut single, titled So Naïve, and he wanted to share it ...
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Music Video Of The Day: We Should Be United By Matt Gibbons

This single by Matt Gibbons was originally written for the 2018 U.S. midterm election but it stands as relevant today as it did then. In his press release Matt hopes ...
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This Week’s Online Events: Female Vocalists In Iran And Music And Protest

This Thursday, 12th of November, there are two online events that possibly can interest Shouts' readers. The first event is a talk given by Nahid Siamdoust, as part of her ...
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System Of A Down Release Their First Music In 15 Years In Support Of Their Ancestral Home Of Armenia (Videos)

System Of A Down have always been political and always used their voice and talent to shed light on the injustice they see around them in . After 15 years ...
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Music Video Of The Day: 12 O’clock Rock By The Cornel West Theory

Veterans of the rap scene in Washington D.C. The Cornel West Theory (CWT) have released a new album titled 'By The Time I Get To Minnesota'. For those who don't ...
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