The Rebel Beat Podcast 045 – Submedia breaks it down with Savage Fam

 

 

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Welcome back to another weekly edition of The Rebel Beat from CKUT! We’re back here for another monthly collaboration with Frank from Submedia.TV. Frank came in with his usual raucous selection of rebel hip hop tunes from across Latin America, plus a wicked interview with Indigenous MC Ant Loc of Savage Fam. Continue reading

The Rebel Beat Podcast 040 – Submedia Rocks Israeli Apartheid

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Hi! Welcome back to another weekly podcast of The Rebel Beat!

It almost feels like way too long, but this week we’ve got our regular collaborator Frank from Submedia.TV back in studio with us. Since November 29th is the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, we took the opportunity to highlight the amazing liberation movement in occupied Palestine, the global Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement, and play some music by artists who ha12299121_550361788446685_1636856390685823063_nve heeded the call to boycott Israeli apartheid. As an inspiring example, in Montreal in 2010,  500 artists signed an open statement pledging their support for Palestine. Continue reading

The Rebel Beat Podcast 037 – DJ RastaVen at the controls, conscious reggae from Spain

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Welcome back to another weekly podcast of The Rebel Beat! One again, we’re dishing out 2 hours of incendiary music to ignite your mind, soul, and feet.

Our special guest selector this week is one of our favourite MTL-Venezuelan rude boys, DJ Rasta Ven (aka Luis Tovar of CKUT’s Latin Music Mondays).

Luis brings us some of the best reggae and hip-hop that Latin America have to offer, including some exclusives from Spanish-based conscious reggae artist Lion Sitte. Continue reading

The Rebel Beat Podcast 028 – Pauline Black of The Selecter on ‘Subculture’

 

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Welcome back to another weekly podcast of The Rebel Beat! Our special guest on the show this week is Pauline Black of the legendary UK 2-tone ska band The Selecter. The Selecter have been playing music for over 35 years, and have always brought an incredibly poignant anti-racist and anti-sexist element to ska music. They just released their new album ‘Subculture’, and Pauline tells us all about it.

Plus, we also had a surprise guest drop by the studio, Paola Quiros, from one of our favourite podcasts, Suena a Revolucion! Suena a Revolucion is based out of Vancouver, and features mostly feminist music from across Latin America and the Caribbean. Make sure you check them out! Continue reading

New Anti-Patriarchal Video from Ana Tijoux, and More Mixes from Dawn Paley

One of our favourite artists on this show, Ana Tijoux from Chile, just released this AMAZING new Anti-Patriarchy music video, featuring beautiful footage of amazing womyn warriors from around the world. Check it out here, and click this link for a bit more context from Jezebel magazine.
Also, we were honoured to bring on another collaborator on edition 016 of The Rebel Beat podcast, author/DJ Dawn Paley, who joined us from her home in Puebla, Mexico. Here are is a link to another mix of Dawn’s that she put up on her Soundcloud page. Hope you enjoy!

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

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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. Continue reading