Freemuse Releases The 2020 Report On The State Of Artistic Freedom

Today, April 15th, we all celebrate World Art Day and as part of this, now UNESCO recognized, event we witness the release of The State Of Artistic Freedom 2020, a ...
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A Feel Good, Vegan, Quarantine HipHop Party

How does this sound for a Saturday night whilst in quarantine: Free music, free e-book on healthy living, free workout videos and vegan recipes? We here at Shouts think that ...
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A Fantastic Protest Against The Faulted Copyright System

Damien Riehl, a musician, a lawyer, a coder, along with his colleague Noah Rubin have a project called All The Music which is based on the creation of an "application ...
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Bandcamp Waives Their Revenue Share This Friday To Support Independent Musicians

Many people around the world are being affected by the so called Covid-19 virus these days. Many people are experiencing curfews which limits them from doing their normal work. Independent ...
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New Single ‘Survivor’ by Saffron A Released Today On International Women’s Day

Saffron A, a young and brave fighter out of Brantford, Ontario, is releasing a new single today, the 8th of March, which is the International Women's Day. We have interviewed ...
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Song Of The Day: Juanita Tres Cosas By Sin Lencería

One barely needs to hear the music to understand that this protest song is made by and for women. The illustrated cover image says it all with the young girl ...
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Corruption And Betrayal In Puerto Rico: New EP From Yuca Brava (Interview)

Shouts regulars and all around hard working activists/musicians Yuca Brava are releasing a new EP today, Friday the 14th. Previously we have interviewed Felix Castro, the vocalist of the band, ...
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Music Freedom Day 2020

"Do you think that art is not a crime? Do you consider that artists should be able to express themselves freely? Do you want to stand in solidarity against the ...
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New Protest Music Literature: Music Is Power: Popular Songs, Social Justice, And The Will To Change (Video)

In 2020 protest musicians continue to make music and writers also continue to document that music. Fresh onto the bookshelves is Music Is Power: Popular Songs, Social Justice, And The ...
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