Tag: "Brett Callwood"

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Basslines and Protest Signs Part 16: Redneck Rockers

July 10, 2019 | By Brett Callwood

Basslines and Protest Signs is Brett Callwood’s column looking at the intersection of music and politics. This week talks about conservative musicians.

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Basslines and Protest Signs Part 15: Conservative Punks

July 3, 2019 | By Brett Callwood

Basslines and Protest Signs is Brett Callwood’s new column looking at the intersection of music and politics. This week talks about conservative punks.

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Basslines and Protest Signs Part 14: Rock Against Republicans

June 26, 2019 | By Brett Callwood

Basslines and Protest Signs is Brett Callwood’s new column looking at the intersection of music and politics. This week examines the rise of political punk in the US.

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Basslines & Protest Signs Part 13: Rock Against Racism

June 19, 2019 | By Brett Callwood

Basslines and Protest Signs is Brett Callwood’s column looking at the intersection of music and politics. This week’s topic is Rock Against Racism.

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Basslines & Protest Signs Part 12: Jayne County

June 12, 2019 | By Brett Callwood

Basslines and Protest Signs is Brett Callwood’s column looking at the intersection of music and politics. This week’s topic is Jayne County.

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Basslines & Protest Signs Part 11: Black Metal

June 5, 2019 | By Brett Callwood

Basslines and Protest Signs is Brett Callwood’s new column looking at the intersection of music and politics. This week’s topic is black metal.

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Basslines & Protest Signs Part 10: Nazi Punks Fuck Off

May 29, 2019 | By Brett Callwood

Basslines and Protest Signs is Brett Callwood’s new column looking at the intersection of music and politics. This week examines the current state of Britain and its connection to Nazi punks.

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Basslines and Protest Signs Part 9: Riot Grrrl

May 22, 2019 | By Brett Callwood

Basslines and Protest Signs is Brett Callwood’s new column looking at the intersection of music and politics. This week examines the rise of Riot Grrrl.

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The Paisley Underground Revival

May 21, 2019 | By Brett Callwood

At the Grammy Museum on Monday May 6, members from The Bangles, The Dream Syndicate, The 3 O’Clock, and Rain Parade gathered, first for a collective Q&A session and then for a wonderful performance/jam.

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Basslines and Protest Signs Part 8: Queercore

May 15, 2019 | By Brett Callwood

Basslines and Protest Signs is Brett Callwood’s new column looking at the intersection of music and politics. This week examines queercore.