4 Bangin’ Antifascist Albums For The End Of Summer

Future You by The Mommyheads The Mommyheads are an indie-prog-pop band who were signed and sacked by a large record label in the late 90's and who developed a pretty ...
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4 Fresh Contemporary Protest Albums

The world is burning. Lucky for us though, there are creative people out there making beautiful things in the fire. Here are 5 contemporary protest albums fresh out of the ...
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New The 1975 Song Ft. Greta Thunberg

Across Europe these days people are experiencing soaring temperatures and devastatingly unusual heat. Nearby, in one of the geographically largest countries on the planet, wildfires in Russia are spreading at ...
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#SolidarityNotSilence

Defamation cases against women speaking up about sexual violence is a growing trend around the world. The music industry has always had its share of sexism and machismo as other ...
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5 Fresh Feminist Albums For The Summer

So far, 2019 has delivered some great protest albums. In order to filter through the music a bit here's a short list of some brilliant feminist, riot grrrl, powerful albums ...
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When The Musician Is Censored The Audience Sing

The fact that governments censor music and openly show their fear of lyrics and an artist's performance demonstrates the power of that music. It can strike courage into the good ...
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Spotlight on: Cassandra Bitterwolf

From Caribbean lands and waters comes a young, conscious singer-songwriter named Cassandra Bitterwolf. She recently released her first EP which can be streamed below and so she reached out to ...
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Music That Matters: The TED Talk by Charlie Mgee

One of the regulars featured here at Shouts comes out of Western Australia. Charlie Mgee is the driving force behind the band Formidable Vegetable and a green force himself. We ...
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Anti-Fascist, Anti-Racist Metal Music Compilation Album

The title above says it all. This is a compilation album put together by Blackened Death Records in the UK and according what the organisers write on their Bandcamp page ...
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