By Elona Trogub The Patchwork family band came together during the turbulent times of the Occupy Portland camp. Musicians from all over gathered together to write songs, providing the soundtrack for the revolution in the parks of Chapman and Lownsdale. Nary a bench lacked a guitar or harmonica to share the truth of the day…
A Heartbeat for the Movement
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by Adam Sherburne in conversation with K. Kendall Originally from the bay area, Adam Sherburne is a musician who fought the music industry and most things American for over 20 years with his projects “Consolidated” and Free Music! Stop America! “I call myself a trans-jester, because we’ve had countless jesters, like we’ve had countless activists,…
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Hip-hop track contributed by Psilly Cyban.
Elsewhere in Occupy for December 29th
Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: When The Thames Froze – Smith & Burrows | Music Video | VEVO –