We have released on Public Record the fourth and final collection of one-minute audio responses to the question: What is the sound of the war on the poor? This instalment in the series features recordings from the below contributors and can be linked to directly at; http://publicrec.org/archive/2-06/2-06-005/2-06-005.html
Pablo Alvarez, Basingstoke, UK
Ava Bromberg, Los Angeles
Sean Burn, Newcastle Upon Tyne, U.K.
William Crisp, The Heygate Estate
Elders of Zion, Milan/Seattle
Ismail Farouk, Johannesburg
GitAr, Santa Rosa, California
Susanne Lang & Franziska Frielinghaus, Berlin
Augusto Palma, Mérida, México
Andrew Poppy, London
Ilich Sabotage, Tijuana
Starry Zafara, Melbourne
T Ernest Wilbey, London
Union de Vecinos, Los Angeles
All sixty contributions are be available for free download at www.publicrec.org and are licensed under Creative Commons.
For those of you who receive the music magazine THE WIRE, you probably saw the half-page ad we placed in the June issue to publicize the series. I have attached a GIF version of the advertisement for your archive.
Thanks to everyone for contributing to the series! I welcome feedback from everyone on the overall experience of hearing the pieces and organizing your own sound of the war on the poor.
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