Photo by Dustin Condron Algiers’ political and musical concerns are nothing new, yet their upcoming record The Underside of Power creates some of the most …
Part garage punk part political theater, the Raleigh trio is taking on their state’s transphobic policies and much more
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A coalition of artists are calling on the SXSW music festival to drop language from their contract which threatens to deport foreign artists if they perform at shows which are not sponsored by SXSW. The artists are also asking anyone concerned to sign a petition to be delivered to SXSW demanding that the language be dropped.
‘Nothing Feels Natural’ is a massive accomplishment by a band who continue to grow and evolve, both musically and politically. In a world that seems to be quickly descending off a cliff, Priests offers not just a glimmer of hope, but a framework forward–a blueprint for how to make relevant and ethical music in an age when it’s so desperately needed.