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Beats & Pieces October 29 Podcast

Monday, October 29


Thanks to Hillary Lehr for joining me on the show to talk about ways to wrestle these elections back from corporate greed-mongers. Find out more about her campaign here.

This week’s playlist:

Storm – Django Django (Scotland)
The Nosebleed Section – Hilltop Hoods (Australia)
Going Through Hell – The Streets (England)
Z-Beware of the Boys – Punjabi MC (England)
Monkey Fight Snake – The Bombay Royale (Australia)
My Favorite Mutiny – The Coup (U.S.)
Thou Shalt Always Kill – Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip (England)
Spying Glass (Live In The City) – Massive Attack (England)
It’s A Pity – Tanya Stephens (Jamaica)
Karma Police – Easy Star All-Stars (U.S.)

Interview with Hillary Lehr: Occupy The Elections!

Bucky Skank – Upsetters (Jamaica)
Hip Hop Barrio – Up, Bustle & Out (England/Cuba)
Neacsu In Africa – Shrine Synchro System (England)
Zombie – Fela Kuti (Nigeria)
Yuri – Oi Va Voi (England)
Taxman – Junior Parker (U.S.)
Blank Generation – Richard Hell (U.S.)
There’s No other Way – Blur (England)
Wuthering Heights – The Puppini Sisters (Italy/England)
Jacqueline – Alabama Three (England)
All In The Mind – Verve (England)

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