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This week we look at the student led mobilizations that have rocked the streets of Montreal and Quebec City. From large scale marches, to occupations of university buildings to direct actions, the spring 2015 coalition has re-energized radical organizing in so called Quebec. If you want some more background on this watch “Street Politics 101” our documentary on the 2012 Quebec student strike.
Released April 11 2015 • Duration 15:01
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1. x0c – Super Mario World End Credits
2. Le Tabarnak – L’Authentik Payzan
3. Atari Teenage Riot – Start the Riot
4. Diplo – Boy oh Boy
5. Fort Minor – Remember My Name
6. Onyx – Shut Em’ Down
7. Passi – Emeutes
8. Kelis – Milshake
9. MF Doom – Fenugreek
Some other samples from “Grin without at cat” “the Simpsons” “Game of Thrones”
Big ups to G.A.P.P.A. Madoc Studio and 99% Media and all the other video ninjas for documenting this uprising on the daily. How do y’all do it?!
Anarchy, cegep, montreal, occupy, printemps 2015, quebec, Riot, students, university
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Featuring members of INEPSY and TRUNCHEONS, PROXY is a group of musicians from Montreal Canada who work hard to produce what they do. More in the vein of INEPSY, the songs are catchy and decent if you want something upbeat. This is street punk influenced rock n roll, akin to late UK SUBS. This is recommended for those who like whisky drenched working class oi style rock n roll. Dual guitars both cleanly heard, the production is crisp, nothing muddy at all. Lyrics talk about being in the drunk tank downtown, getting beat up by cops, and general rowdy mischief. Nine songs in about a half hour.
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This four piece band from Montreal, Quebec has laid down four powerful tracks on this EP. They combine the power of hardcore with the shout along politics of oi! all mixed together on this release. I’m not good at French, honestly I never was, middle school made us take it all three years that we were there, and it’s been far too long since I was in middle school to remember much, but the band only does two of the four songs in French, so I could shout along with the other two in English. All the songs were really good with “You Have My Back” being the one that really stood out for me with the unity message in it. The band is fairly tight, just a bit sloppy in spots, but it’s not supposed to be perfect is it really? This band has pretty good production on this release, almost live sounding, and the singer really is shouting out the lyrics with passion which makes this one a keeper for me. Take a listen and shout some songs out in English and Francais, you’ll have fun! (Rick E.)