A Protest Music Interview: Saffron A

There are different ways to both react and deal with trauma. Saffron A is a young musician from Brantford, Ontario, who chooses to put her experiences into song. Sad songs are as common part of popular culture as anything, but there are deeper levels of personal experiences that are getting their taboo sticker torn off … Continue reading A Protest Music Interview: Saffron A

No Friends But The Mountains: 5 Albums That Support Rojava And The Kurdish People

The following text was written by Lee Brickley and published here with his permission. “For anyone with no understanding of what’s happening to Kurds right now, here’s a little (simplified) history lesson for you…. Kurds have been living on the land they call home now for thousands of years. After WW1 and the fall off … Continue reading No Friends But The Mountains: 5 Albums That Support Rojava And The Kurdish People

#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 disciplines within the arts. Nowadays there are many female musicians who use their voices to change these old structures and ways of thinking. The narratives … Continue reading #SolidarityNotSilence