Gathering of the Tribes Thursdays, 4 to 4:20 with hip-hop; 5:15 to 6pm, with Rock; with Reggae, Psychonaut grooves, and Culture throughout (alongside the news)!
a part of the Gatherings! This program is produced by an affinity
network which meets twice monthly at in Vallejo's Art District, where
plans are made, and this is Your chance to join a project for
alternative culture, including music shows, events, and more! More info,
including a list of projects to get in with, at [gatheringofthetribes.blogspot.com]
The beats heard in the background are iLL Beatz. Info, downloads, and more at [link]
With special guest artist
Adrian "Age" Scott, to talk about hip-hop culture, and his hip-hop cartoon creations Won and Phil, the HipHop Heroes, with their new book, the CREEPYSHOW!!
The book will be published, but only with your help! Check out the Kickstarter fundraiser at [link]
Age writes: I am currently illustrating and writing my newest hiphop comic book, CREEPYSHOW! I have been illustrating, writing and self publishing my HipHop comic book, "Won&Phil, the HipHop Heroes" for over 20 years. I am currently seeking the funds to print and publish my newest comic book, CREEPYSHOW. A spoof of the older EC comic books. I am looking to debut my book at the Alternative Press Expo in San Francisco in October. My book CreepyShow spoofs horror movies with a HipHop touch, with stories like "The Exorcism Of Kanye West" and "the Rapper Snatchers", this book will be a great one.
"The show must go on" by Taekwondo
"Stop Hatin' in the Bay" by Sellassie
With new debut tracks from Swollen Knuckle Records! [link]
"Little Girl in a big world" by Atlas
"Let's just say" by Commonwealth
"Real blood" by Mosshead
"Simple Song of Freedom" by Vic Sadot
"More of This" (Neighbors remix) by Vetiver
Meanwhile, Gathering of the Tribes affiliates at the Northbay Evolver
Network are heading out to Burning Man! Join the craziness with Burning
Man radio! [bmir.org]
Listen live! [bmir-ice.streamguys.com/live.m3u]
You must fight... for YOUR right... to Party!!!
2013-08-22 "State and Federal Police Crack Down on Burning Man in Unprecedented Show of Force; One of the most peaceful and long running festivals in the country is under attack by police, with early arrivals experiencing a show of force like they have never seen before"
by JG Vibes from "Intellihub.com" [intellihub.com/2013/08/23/state-and-federal-police-crack-down-on-burning-man-in-unprecedented-show-of-force/]:
Burning man and other similar art and music festivals generally have very peaceful and safe endings. The most common dangers with any of these events is the fact that police like to target the people who attend them. In recent years as the drug war police state has escalated, they have become more aggressive with these events, setting up illegal checkpoints, illegally entering onto private property without permission and senselessly using violence or threats of violence against nonviolent people.
Aaron Muzslaski a Burning Man regular made the following post yesterday ("Dispatch from Black Rock City: The pigs are here at Burning Man" from "BoingBoing" [boingboing.net/2013/08/21/dispatch-from-black-rock-city.html]): [begin excerpt] The pigs are here. And uncommonly badge heavy. Earlier tonight, the #BLM pulled over El Couchino for a registration violation. In 18 years on the playa, I’ve never seen a more aggressive police presence than what’s been going down today. Deeply upsetting, outrageous stuff. One DPW member was issued a $275 ticket for urinating on the playa, and threatened with being forced to register as a convicted sex offender. (a note for people not familiar with Burning Man, the “Playa” is what Burning Man attendees or “Burners” call the land that this event is held on.) I suspect this is fallout from the lawsuit BMORG won against the BLM earlier this year. Whatever the cause, know this: Law enforcement is going to be VERY AGGRESSIVE at Burning Man this year. Keep your shit as right as you do back in the world. Don’t give them any excuses. Be extremely cautious, and MAKE SURE TO TELL YOUR FRIENDS. Things are changing. #BM2013 #LEO #police IF YOU DO GET STOPPED: Make sure to file an incident report with Burning Man. And before you get here, LEARN YOUR RIGHTS. [end excerpt]
In response to this unprecedented show of force, volunteers and workers nearby are calling for a general strike, with some of them organizing and refusing to set up the festival until the police promise to keep off the playa and let the Burning Man crew handle security inside the event.
In a recent interview a spokesperson for the group “Reform In Our Time” said that ("Busting Man: RIOT Calls for General Strike at Burning Man" from "Burners.me" [burners.me/2013/08/22/busting-man-riot-calls-for-general-strike-at-burning-man/]): “Our demands are simple: We want law enforcement excluded….. The problem is a huge growth in outside law enforcement officers invading the playa, not the money it costs. We would really appreciate them if they stayed outside and only came in when we really wanted them to. If the cops would leave their badges and guns at home and just be burners like everyone else in BRC, we’d welcome them just like we welcome anyone else. We’d even build them a Donut Camp! We’re not against cops necessarily, we just don’t want outsiders doing law enforcement in our city. We have everything we need to take care of it ourselves without any outside help!”
Last week at a conscious music and arts gathering in Ohio called “Rootwire” police invaded the property and arrested or fined 80 people for nonviolent crimes ("80 visitors to Rootwire Music Festival charged" from "Logan Daily" [logandaily.com/news/visitors-to-rootwire-music-festival-charged/article_2647a82e-3f31-5187-b86d-f274dbdcba5c.html]).
Rapper Eseibio the Automatic invites you to join him in the
"HIP HOP REVOLUTION" (music video [link])!
PLEASE VOLUNTEER OR MAKE A $10 DONATION! Send donations by PayPal to [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Contact [510.866.7136] [facebook.com/Eseibio.The.Automatic]
are raising awareness and showing solidarity for political prisoners
home and abroad and other victims of oppression and bringing attention
to the illiteracy and health care crisis!
* COMMUNITY BOOK CLUB, a
literacy class featuring books about the heroes of the People and the
struggle of resistance against fascism in the USA! With discussion
groups, and study materials.
* "MAKE WORK" FREE EMPLOYMENT
PROGRAM! Getting people to give a small amount of money to hire
unemployed people to clean the streets, in the tradition of the Black
Panther Party platform point #2: "We want full employment"!
* S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) program for poor youth and adults. "We want an education that exposes the truth about this country!"
"THE TUPAC SHAKUR "COMMUNITY EXERCISE PROGRAM!" Invite your Friends!
Wednesdays, at 7pm, in front of Kid's Kingdom, Lake Merritt Oakland.
Come and do some basic and advanced conditioning exercises, then Jog 3
miles around lake Merritt in Oakland California!
"Movie Making Throughout the Bay (MMTB)" is
a non-profit whose sole purpose is to provide an inexpensive, quality
foundation for all who are interested in making short films in the Bay
Liberated Zones, composed of Thoughtful & Psychedelic events from around the San Pablo bay area and beyond. Click here
for more info about Liberated Zones!
Slack Collective presents...
3 touring bands for 3 bucks + BBQ
BUFF CLOUT + PRACTICE + TBA
Saturday, August 24
$3, Doors at 8PM Show starts at 9 PM
Slack Collective Art Studios and Gallery [964 Pearl St., Suite B, Napa, California 94559]
The grill will be raging as well as the bands!
* BUFF CLOUT (Portland) [buffclout.com] [buffclout.bandcamp.com]
* PRACTICE (Sacramento) [prac-tice.bandcamp.com] [facebook.com/practicesac]
* So Stressed (Sacramento)
Our Hallowed Ground - The Love Balm Project on Oscar Grant
Saturday, August 24, 4:00pm
Fruitvale BART Station 3401 East 12th Street, Oakland, California 94601
Hallowed Ground is a series of site specific performances based on the
testimonies of Bay Area mothers who have lost children to violence.
These performances, curated by The Love Balm Project, will take place in
the spaces where the young men were murdered to commemorate their life,
the memories that their mothers still carry, the communities that
witnessed their death and the sanctity of the ground on which they
stood. Come join us on our hallowed ground to bear witness. Join us at
Grant Station, Fruitvale Station, to hear and see a life changing
experience. We will honor Trayvon Martin, Alan Blueford, and many others
with a vigil and speak out to what you can do in this movement of
change. We all have to get involved.
Trinity Gold Media Studios Presents indy Hip-Hop
Koda Draven, Dem Mendo Kids, Gigio Cordova
Show Starts 9pm $10 @ Door
For more information contact: email@example.com
Trinity Gold Media Studios 3149 California Blvd - Suite F, Napa, California 94558
2013-08-25 Artistic Wonder Society presents... Dr. Erasmus P. Kitty's
The Great Sonoma County Handcar Races
plus Art, Music, Science, Luther Burbank Food Fair, N. Tesla's Electric Circus & Midway of Marvels!
Historic Railroad Square in Santa Rosa
Sunday, 11am to 6pm
"Steam is Dead... LONG LIVE ELECTRICITY!" - Dr. Erasmus P. Kitty
Be Social! Follow our Progress on the Facebooks!
100 Thousand Poets for Change & The Arlene Francis Center present:
The Food & Film for Thought Series
Wed. August 28th 6:00pm – 10:00pm
6:00pm Bhutanese Meal; FILM: 7:30pm The Economics of Happiness
Arlene Francis Center; 99 6th St. Santa Rosa
8:45pm Special Guests include City Council member Julie Combs who will speak about her Happiness Initiative for Santa Rosa [http://combsforcouncil.com/happiness-initiative/]. The August event is in collaboration with: The North Bay Institute of Green Technology [https://nbgreeninstitute.shutterfly.com/]; The Economics of Happiness describes a world moving simultaneously in two opposing directions. On the one hand, an unholy alliance of governments and big business continues to promote globalization and the consolidation of corporate power. At the same time, people all over the world are resisting those policies, demanding a re-regulation of trade and finance—and, far from the old institutions of power, they’re starting to forge a very different future.