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News for February 2007

Monday, February 26th, 2007

BURY ME NOT - Danny Cohen blog entry

On any given day you can find me in a rural cemetary, dodging the fiery engines of groundskeepers. I'm trying to escape the frying pan of gardners from my retirement community. Geriatrics also peer in from the jacuzzi plateau, on the way to the 'clubhouse', to sign up for ...

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Friday, February 23rd, 2007

Antibalas are coming to your town

Antibalas Sets Extensive U.S. Tour Behind Acclaimed Anti- Debut Security Heralded By URB as “A Perfect Musical Statement” In advance of its imminent Anti- debut and extensive eight week U.S. tour, Antibalas – the socially-diverse and politically-minded New York collective – is drawing rave reviews for the John (Tortoise, Stereolab ...

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Wednesday, February 21st, 2007

Interview with Michael Franti in the Examiner

When it comes to politics, Michael Franti yells ‘Fire’ Dan Apczynski, the Examiner SAN FRANCISCO - In today’s highly polarized political climate, news networks and politicians are busier than ever, delivering messages as if preaching to congregations of devoted followers. To Michael Franti, Oakland native and frontman for the outspoken ...

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Monday, February 26th, 2007

Xavier Rudd sets "White Moth" free on June 19th

Xavier Rudd – the acclaimed Australian singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist – will release the follow up to his acclaimed Anti- debut, Food In The Belly on June 19th. Titled White Moth, the disc finds Rudd speaking out against his country’s Aboriginal land right policies which have led to the wholesale displacement ...

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Wednesday, February 21st, 2007

The Boston Globe writes about Tim Fite's new (free) album

Most likely to subvert the system - An artist fights consumer culture by releasing his album for free By Joan Anderman, .Globe Staff | February 16, 2007 It's tempting to describe Tim Fite as the sort of hard-core activist who puts his money where his mouth is, except no money will ...

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Tuesday, February 20th, 2007

Tim Fite releases free digital album

Tim Fite has just released a brand new full-length album entitled "Over The Counter Culture", and to keep the good news coming, it's free! Go to Tim's Site to download the entire album or individual tracks, and check out a video for the song "Camoflage".

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