- 2 years ago
Playing tracks by
Marilyn Manson, Gil Scott-Heron, Public Enemy vs Ferry Corsten, Calvin Harks, Queensryche and more.
More genres than one can shake a stick at, and endless sampling from a wide range of folks, this was directly influenced by my current and past reading re: the black civil rights movement of the Sixties, the COINTEL scandal, MKUltra, the so-called War on Drugs, gang violence, police brutality, the Occupy Movement, and the current dissension spreading from Ferguson, MO, to Baltimore, MD, to NYC and Philly, and so on. Hopefully those who listen will be educated--some of the quotes from old or long-dead activists are just as true today--but entertained, amused, and sonically engaged, as well, because at the end of the day, it's all about the music.
no bull . just Beats
Image: declassified MKUltra document (Dr. Sidney Gottlieb approved of an MKUltra subproject on LSD in this 09 June 1953 letter): http://ow.ly/MnuQG