In the current political climate, many bands have been getting annoyed about politicians using their music without asking. An example of this was Survivor taking exception to a Republican playing Continue reading Bands against unauthorized use at RNC
We #FeelTheBern at Disposable Underground, but that pales in comparison to the list of creative people who have endorsed Bernie Sanders for president. In September the campaign released a list Continue reading Artists and musicians came out for Bernie Sanders
Billed as “a call for a Canada based on caring for the Earth and one another,” The Leap Manifesto calls for progressive action on human rights of indigenous communities, renewable Continue reading Musicians sign on to the Leap Manifesto
“Jon Chang is the writer of the very realistic Black Powder Red Earth graphic novel series, about American mercenaries in a near future Middle East. He is also Chief Creative Continue reading Jon Chang (Black Powder Red Earth) envisions the future of urban warfare: interview
Everybody’s got an opinion and everybody’s entitled to one, and Eddie Vedder has expressed his on more than one occasion. Israel supporters got annoyed on July 11, however, when they Continue reading Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder: The Singer Who Kicked The Hornet’s Nest
Free & Equal, the folks that among other things hosted U.S. third-party presidential debates in 2012, are throwing a huge festival called United We Stand on May 10 at UCLA. Continue reading United We Stand festival coming in May: interview
Maria Alyokhina, a member of the Russian political punk band Pussy Riot, was released from prison on December 23rd, and her band mate Nadezhda Tolokonnikova was released hours later, both Continue reading Pussy Riot members freed from prison
“Hooliganism” is what members of Pussy Riot, the Russian political punk group, are on trial for because they held a “punk prayer” at a church in Moscow. They had objected Continue reading Solidarity Concert for Pussy Riot in D.C.