The Rebel Beat Podcast 016 – Author/DJ Dawn Paley Drops Big Tunes From Puebla

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DJ Dawn Paley

Welcome back to our weekly podcast of The Rebel Beat, right here on the radical mothership CKUT Radio!

This week on the show, our special guest co-host is Dawn Paley, an author, independent journalist, and DJ extraordinaire. Dawn is based in Puebla, Mexico, and for years, her work has been focused on bringing forward the voices of those most impacted by capitalism, imperialism, and the drug war in Latin America. Last fall, she released her first book ever, Drug War Capitalism, on AK Press.

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We checked in with Dawn about what’s going on in Mexico, her new book, and what music she’s been listening to lately. You can find lots of it in this podcast! Hopefully we’ll be checking in with Dawn more regularly, and bringing her on as a frequent co-host on the show. So if you enjoy the tunes, subscribe to our podcast, and keep checking back!

Plus we have some fresh tunes in here from Narcy, A Tribe Called Red, Downtown Boys, and Refused!

Enjoy!

Playlist – May 27 2015

Narcy – Free (feat. Ian Kamau)

Pierre Kwenders – African dream

A Tribe Called Red – Suplex (feat. Northern Voice)

Fermin Muguruza – Nazio Ibiltaria Naiz

Downtown Boys – Wave of history

Refused – Françafrique

Burning Kitchen – Who’s next

Asile – Démocratie?

** DJ Dawn Paley selects! **

QSTN – Cancao da ra

Bacao Rhythm and Steel Band – P.I.M.P

Frikstailers – Woranait

Rhythm and Roots – Matanza – Gallineta Chica

Luzmila Carpio – Ch’uwa yaku kawsaypuni (Nicola Cruz Remix)

Juana Molina – Sin Guia, No

Nina Simone – Baltimore

Janelle Monae – Dance or die (feat. Saul Williams)

Hordatoj – Fase Imperial (con Portavoz)

Rebecca Lane – Politicamente Incorrecta

Mala Rodriguez – Prima

Ana Tijoux – Si te preguntan

Elaine Brown – Until we’re free

Stefan Christoff and Sam Shalabi – Elephantine

Roy Brooks and The Artistic Truth – Black survival

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