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Radio Clash Music Podcast

Tim from Radio Clash

Radio Clash Music Podcast
111 minJUN 10
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Brothers and Sisters…I don’t know what this world is coming to….

My response to the death of George Floyd, the Black Lives Matter protests around the world and is to create a two-parter focusing on radical and revolutionary voices criticising racism, fascism and police brutality. So I pass the mic to celebrate and uplift the musical and spoken work of BAME artists, writers and voices of resistance, and mixed groups showing unity.

And as black intersects queer via the Civil Rights struggle inspiring Stonewall and during the 50th year of Pride, so I also focus a little on black and white LGBTQ* voices of resistance as well.

These podcasts are dedicated to all those who have died at the hands of the police (a few are listed at the start), and those queer black people we owe so much to such as Marsha P Johnson, Bayard Rustin and Lorraine Hansberry, amongst many others.

Black and white, united and fight. (1:51, 160Mb)

* Public Enemy – Rebel Without A Pause (Rhythm Scholar Maximum Rage Remix)* Run The Jewels – Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck) (Feat. Zack De La Rocha)* Chumbawamba – Enough Is Enough (Kick It Over)* Desiree Burch – Tips On Racism from The Last Leg* The Special A.K.A. – Racist Friend* Smith & Mighty – No Justice [f Rudy Lee]* Congo Natty – London Dungeons (Congo Natty Meets Boyson and Crooks Mix)* Bugzy Malone – Warning* Mafia & Fluxy – Down The Line Dub (Whiney & Inja Remix)* The Comet Is Coming – Summon The Fire* G.L.O.S.S. – Masculine Artifice* Manage & Syanyde – Riot [Merciless]* M-1 & Bonnot – Blacks & Blues (feat Albe Back, Pol G & Tino Tracanna)* Pitch 92 – Criminalised (Feat. Coops)* Poppy – All The Things She Said* Noname – Blaxploitation* Fannie Lou Hamer’s 1964 Testimony* DJ ShyBoy – DramaTron (Mary J. Blige vs Daft Punk)* Fold – Two Past Midnight* Elvis Costello – No Flag* Instamatic – Ghost Rats (Second Wave Mix v3.0)* Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings – This Land Is Your Land