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A feed of free music, spoken word, radio broadcasts and video from G7 Welcoming Committee Records.
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Introducing Escape Velocity Radio: http://escapevelocityradio.com.
From "This Time It's Personal" (G7057)
From "This Time It's Personal" (G7057)
Aussie/Eire faves Clann Zú performing "Hit Fat Lo Fat" from their self-titled EP. I think this is in Dublin? Sometime in 2004 maybe. P.S. Declan "meant to do that."
Brooklyn's own Hiretsukan performing "Barrel Roll" in some basement, most likely in the eastern United States, probably in 2002 or so.
From "Days of Rage" (G7054)
From "Thy Kingdom Come Undone (+9)" (G7052)
From "King of Hearts" (G7053)
From "Four Songs About Freedom" (G7055)
From "Days of Rage" (G7054)
From "King of Hearts" (G7053)
From "Thy Kingdom Come Undone (+9)" (G7052)
This month we are pleased to bring you a comprehensive guide to self-clownage featuring our very special guest speaker: Ed from Etobicoke!
Join us as we help the military celebrate the Year of The Pig!
Please, won't someone stop us?
For some unknown reason, we decided to do try this again, although in an extremely abridged weekly format with even WORSE production values than before. Stay tuned for its demise.
Mico "Motion Pictures"

Mico "Motion Pictures"

2006-10-05--:--

From "Our Living Language" (G7051-D)
From "New Dark Age Parade" (G7044)
This month we interview Indigenous Peoples' Solidarity Movement activist Shelagh Pizey-Allen about the Grassy Narrows blockade, reveal the results of a scientific analysis of last month's spine- tingling seance, talk to a man who is directly related to a historic moment in Propagandhi history and in the course of recounting a wildly speculative biography of Mel Gibson, somehow find common ground between David Bowie and Cryptic Slaughter. All this and more (or less) on what has been described by critics as "one of the most podcasts in history"...
From "New Dark Age Parade" (G7044)
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