Don’t Mourn … Organize! Remembering Joe Hill and His Music
Today marks the day 106 years ago that Joe Hill was executed by the state of Utah. An immigrant, worker, Wobbly, and songwriter, we celebrate his legacy with some of his best songs. His work lives on today, still performed widely with the same witty, fierce lyrics that rail against the capitalist system.
Kimberly AnnNovember 19, 2021
“Spotify is the Uber of the Music Industry”: An Interview with Leftist Singer-Songwriter David Rovics
Left Voice sat down with Portland-based artist and activist David Rovics to talk about his new album, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the state of the music industry today.
Enid BrainApril 19, 2021
KRS-One’s New Album Offers Revolutionary Ideas for the Time “Between Da Protests”
KRS-One has been rapping since 1987 — three decades of expressing radical Black politics and not selling out. His new album Between Da Protests is a manifesto for Black Lives Matter.
Daniel WerstMarch 31, 2021
We Had to Tear This Mothafucka Up: The Legacy of the L.A. Uprising
The mass demonstrations that have erupted since the police murdered George Floyd echo the fierce militancy and revolutionary art of the 1992 Los Angeles Uprising. While the rebellion was quickly suppressed, its legacy offers lessons and hope for the present wave of protests that are fighting back against police violence.
Doug Enaa GreeneJune 11, 2020
Now That’s What I Call Protest Music: 10 Songs from the Picket Line
There is no way of getting through the toughest times of the class struggle without music. These are songs that give striking comrades they need to continue the fight.
Kimberly AnnApril 20, 2020
Music & Revolutionary Politics: Meet The Last Internationale
We interviewed Delila Paz & Edgey Pires from The Last Internationale. Originally from New York, the band has shown solidarity with popular struggles such as the campaign to Free Leonard Peltier or the fight against the Dakota pipeline.
Left VoiceApril 2, 2017
Brazilian Electronic Duo NU Launches a Call for the Rebirth of Lilith on March 8.
Guest Artists: Brazilian Electronic Duo NU Launches a Call for the Rebirth of Lilith on March 8. Check out their website here: www.nakeduniverse.net
Francesca CricelliMarch 8, 2017
Singing the Bosnian Reality
We interviewed the members of Bosnian music band Dubioza Kolektiv, who describe in their words Bosnian society and the post-socialist Balkans after the dissolution of Yugoslavia – a reality of corruption, unemployment, criminal privatization and mass emigration.
Révolution PermanenteMarch 16, 2016