PROTEST MUSIC INTERVIEWS

Eco Faeries (interview)

Growing up in Iceland I am well aware of the existence of hidden people and giants but I am less familiar with faeries. In Australia there is a colorful group ...
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Keyz (interview)

Keyz is only 20 years old and he just released his first album. 'The Seed' has, in his own words, now been planted. The lyrics indicate empathy and compassion one ...
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Yuca Brava (interview)

Recovery has been slow and tough for Puerto Rico. One month since hurricane Irma and there is still no electricity for the majority of the island's residents. But things have ...
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NEWS, SPOTLIGHT AND ACTIVISM

The Who Release A New Protest Song Off Upcoming Album (Lyric Video)

Guantanamo, Brexit and the Grenfell fire are some of the topics The Who tackle on their new album, titled WHO, set to be released on the November 22nd through Polydor ...
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Esthero Breaks The Fourth Wall On Spotify In A Unique Protest

On a recent single Canadian singer Esthero finds a rather unique way to protest the oppressive and frankly cowardly business model that is Spotify. According to this article Spotify management ...
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This Is Illegal Music – Let’s All Share It

Mehdi Rajabian once served two years, of a larger sentence, in prison in Tehran, Iran, for making music. The oppression the government shows artists in the country is immense but ...
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New Video: Taiwanese Rapper Dwagie Supporting Hong Kong Protesters

Since the beginning of June this year, millions of people have been active on the streets of Hong Kong protesting proposed laws that would change extradition laws between Hong Kong ...
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Free West Papua: 5 Songs Supporting The People

For many of us, West Papua is at the other side of the world, isolated and unknown. For others, the place is a well known human rights violation pit. Throughout ...
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93 PUNX And Vic Mensa Announce Protest Show At ICE HQ’s

Vic Mensa recently announced on his Instagram page that his new band, 93 PUNX, will perform a protest show outside the I.C.E. headquarters this Sunday, September 1. The event poster ...
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Program: Human Rights & The Political Power Of Music In Colombia

We got tipped off about this interesting program happening in Colombia in January 2020. For anyone interested in Colombian music history, human rights and the power music can have in ...
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30 Years Since The Singing Revolution

30 years ago, on the 23rd of August, 2 million people from three neighboring nations, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, locked their arms together and formed a human chain that stretched ...
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Spotlight On: Jon Davis

Our spotlight today will be on a conscious musician out of New York City. Jon Davis is a classically trained artist that beliefs in the empowering side of mainstream music ...
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2018’S MOST READ INTERVIEWS