Baeble Music, “I Survived Powerviolence And So Can You: What I Learned About This Extreme Genre”

Most of the crowd would probably refer to themselves as anarchist, but their progressive politics are mostly centered around absolute devotion to inclusion and awareness for threatened communities. I had a conversation at one point with a few people who marched with Black Bloc during the Women’s March, if you’re not familiar this is the anarchist anti-fascist group who’s responsible for punching white nationalist Richard Spencer. There was a sense that this music was an outlet for everyones anger towards the current state of affairs.

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