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GrindHard Radio Hosted by: Jit Chronicles, Virginia Slim, Dangerous Tactics, Tenah 4, Young Nah and Special Guest Co-Host "CgDaPrince". Join us for an exclusive interview with Author "Shane Lorde" whom talks about his new book "Why good men go bad". There will be a topic for disussion, random calls will be taken and music will be played. Call-in Live @ 323-693-3043 and press "1" to talk to the panel of hosts
Has fan reaction been so unified against the song, “This is Not a Game,” the conglomeration of The Chemical Brothers, Miguel, and Lorde? We will also talk about the majestic new TV spot, “Most Anticipated Event,” that has dazzled many HD screens and the District Voices campaign.
Do you like “This is Not a Game?” What did you think of the TV spot? Don’t hold back — speak your mind in the comments section! on our website!
The Hunger Games franchise has been synonymous with many colors. President Snow’s white roses. District 12’s black coal mines. Katniss’s orange backpack, which we have popularized on this show in the past. Now, we add Lorde’s “Yellow Flicker Beat” to the spectrum and discuss the quality of its hue. We are chomping at the bit to know what YOU think about Lorde's song, so please leave a comment on our website!
Alexis De Veaux’s work is defined by two critical concerns: making the racial and sexual experiences of black female characters central, and disrupting boundaries between forms. She is the author of two award-winning biographies: Don’t Explain: A Song of Billie Holiday andWarrior Poet: A Biography of Audre Lorde. A celebrated writer of poetry, children’s literature, plays, essays and journalism, De Veaux is also an activist recognized for her lifelong contributions to a number of women’s and literary organizations, and a recently retired professor of women's studies at University of Buffalo. With her new work, Yabo, Alexis has returned to her first love: writing fiction.
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Bryana Salaz, 17 - San Antonio, TX (Team Gwen) Won her battle against Gianna Salvato while singing "Boom Clap" by Charlie XCX
Beth Spangler, 29 - Aiken, SC Now on (Team Gwen [stolen from Team Adam]) Lost her battle to Mia Pfirrmann while singing “I Turn to You” by Christina Aguliera then she was stolen by Team Gwen
Anita Antoinette, 24 - Kingston, Jamaica / Boston, MA (Team Gwen) Won her battle against Mayra Alvarez while singing "I Can See Clearly Now" by Jimmy Cliff
Mia Pfirrmann, 19 - Covina, CA (Team Adam) Won her battle against Beth Spangler while singing “I Turn to You” by Christina Aguilera
Reagan James, 15 - Burleson, TX (Team Blake) Won her battle against Kensington Moore by singing “Team” by Lorde
Allison Bray, 18 - Louisville, KY (Team Blake) Won her battle against Fernanda Bosch while singing "Sparks Fly" by Taylor Swift
Ricky Manning, 19 - Cape Coral, FL (Team Pharrell) Won his battle against Brittany Butler while singing “On Broadway” by George Benson
We answer your burning questions about annoying coworkers, when to confront a long distance bestie who's let you down, and tips for surviving high school. Can women still love football? Can pulling out be sexy? What if it's a tampon? Plus, Chanel "empowertising" on the runway and why Karl Lagerfeld is evil.
Robyn - Call Your Girlfriend
Roxane Polvin - I'm Too Sexy
Caribou - Silver
Lorde - Team (Autograf remix)
Clean Bandit ft Jess Gwynne - Rather Be
The Chainsmokers - KANYE (Kasum remix)
Call Your Girlfriend (Hannah Rad edit)
Russell's (aka Rt!) 3rd studio album "War of Hearts", includes collaborations with Grammy award winning producer Needlz (Lil’ Wayne, Bruno Mars, Drake, Lupe Fiasco, K Michelle), Tim Kvanosky of Tiny Hearts and Salakida Kali. In early 2014, Russell Taylor becomes the first to win the coveted “You Oughta Know” distinction after beating over four hundred competitors in VH1’s first ever crowd-sourced contest on Artists.VH1.com, VH1’s music discovery site and join the ranks of famous “You Oughta Know” alumni including Adele, Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran, Lorde, The Lumineers, Mumford & Sons and many more. “An emerging artists with diverse musical influences and incredible talent, Russell Taylor is the embodiment of what the ‘You Oughta Know’ franchise is all about”, said Rick Krim, EVP Music and Talent Programming, VH1.
This ‘multi-genre-influenced’ soul-singer embraces the beautiful imperfections of his voice. “I have a pretty good range,” admits Russell. “It’s gravelly and [in the past] I didn’t like the sound of that. But the producers that I am working with on this album were like, ‘That
Real artistry is about peeling back the layers of your soul and allowing the creative truth to take form. Russell Taylor taps into that creative space and unlocks a masterpiece in his latest musical offering, War of Hearts, on his own Indigo Blue label.
Far from a novice in the music game, Russell – a self-professed nomad – has poured out his heart and soul on the world stages, including stops in London, Amsterdam and Paris as well as famed stateside venues from The Mint and The Roxy in Los Angeles to SOB’s and Joe’s Pub in New York. Russell’s previous offerings Somewhere In Between(2007) and Confessional, a Soultracks.com ‘must have records’ (2010) – are sprinkled with gentle gems that have satisfied the appetites of music lovers worldwide.
Russell’s (aka Rt!) 3rd studio album “War of Hearts”, includes collaborations with Grammy award winning producer Needlz (Lil’ Wayne, Bruno Mars, Drake, Lupe Fiasco, K Michelle), Tim Kvanosky of Tiny Hearts and Salakida Kali. In early 2014, Russell Taylor becomes the first to win the coveted “You Oughta Know” distinction after beating over four hundred competitors in VH1’s first ever crowd-sourced contest on Artists.VH1.com, VH1’s music discovery site and join the ranks of famous “You Oughta Know” alumni including Adele, Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran, Lorde, The Lumineers, Mumford & Sons and many more. “An emerging artists with diverse musical influences and incredible talent, Russell Taylor is the embodiment of what the ‘You Oughta Know’ franchise is all about”, said Rick Krim, EVP Music and Talent Programming, VH1.
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Welcome to republic of love: art, cultural resistance and sacred mysticism from Toronto: Huron-Wendat, 6 Nations, 3 Fires Territory or, "the City of Living Corpses" as Emma Goldman liked to say.
We're live on-air monthly on the New Moon with reviews, panels, readings and music centred on radical culture from here at home, and around the planet.
Tune into our show's launch, on Monday, August 25th at 7pm for:
- an interview with sound art legend Pauline Oliveros
- audio snippets from Audre Lorde's Uses of the Erotic: the Erotic as Power
- a fabulous panel on cultural resistance in Palestine and the diaspora with Hadeel Assali, Basil AlZeri, John Greyson, Nasrine Himada and Trish Salah
- readings from Sufist poet and lover, Rumi aka Jalâlu 'd-deen Muhammad, and Kabbalist and macrobiotic innovator Rabbi Meir Abehsera
Kris Hayashi is the Acting Director for the Transgender Law Center based in San Francisco California. The Transgender Law Center works to change law, policy, and attitudes so that all people can live safely, authentically, and free from discrimination regardless of their gender identity or expression. They envision a future where gender self-determination and authentic expression are seen as basic rights and matters of common human dignity. We discuss trans equality in 2014 and where do we go from here.
Kris Hayashi has been active in social, racial, and economic justice organizing for over 20 years. For the last ten years Kris served as the Executive Director/Co-Director of the Audre Lorde Project, a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Trans and Gender Non-Conforming People of Color organizing center based in New York City. Previously, he served as a Trainer/Organizer at Western States Center in Portland, Oregon and as Executive Director of Youth United for Community Action, a youth organizing group in California, led by young people of color organizing for social and environmental justice
For more information on the The Transgender Law Center, please go to http://www.transgenderlawcenter.org
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