The Rebel Beat Podcast #005 – Anti-Police Brutality Special w/ Submedia

Artist: Nidal El-Khairy

Artist: Nidal El-Khairy

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We’re back for another weekly podcast of The Rebel Beat! On this edition, it’s our monthly collaboration with the mighty Submedia, who are bringing anarchist video badassery to new levels.

March 15th is coming up, which is the International Day Against Police Brutality. The day was actually started back in 1997 by the Collective Opposed to Police Brutality in Montreal, as well as the Black Flag anarchist group in Switzerland. Since then, it has been an occasion for survivors and families of victims of police brutality, anarchists, anti-capitalists, and other rebels to manifest their resistance to the pigs.

On this edition of the show, we selected some of our favourite anti-cop tunes, and also bring you an interview with Kristian Williams, the author of “Our Enemies in Blue”.

And in other sad news, we pay tribute to Todd Serious, the lead singer of the amazing radical punk band The Rebel Spell, who died in a climbing accident on March 7th. Rest in power, Todd.

We hope you enjoy this week’s podcast, and continue to manifest your rage against the police state, wherever you live.

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Playlist

Garth Vader – Pig pop

The Rebel Spell – Ten thousand years

The Rebel Spell – The world turned upside down

The Rebel Spell – I heard you singing

Body Count – Cop killer

Alas – KK’ed

Savage Fam – Shoot back

Interview with Kristian Williams

Calle 13 – Querido FBI

The Black Venoms – Sound of the police

Sole – Fire the police

Geoff Berner – One shoe

Propagandhi – Bringer of greater things

A Tribe Called Red – Woodcarver

Dead Prez – Cop shot

The Coup – Pork n’ beef

Joyner Lucas – Dear America (don’t shoot)

Warren G & EPMD – I shot the sheriff

Sepultra – Policia

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