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13 minutes | May 4, 2016
#24: Budget Winners & Losers
Serge breaks down the 2016 budget winners and losers. Broken up by one of Australia's strongest political tunes in the form of The King is Dead by The Herd.
13 minutes | Apr 20, 2016
#23: Camp Cope - Jet Fuel Cant Melt Steel Beams
Victim blaming, its something experienced a lot by women. Being catcalled or whistled at in the street would make most people uncomfortable, but society continues to tell women that they should take it as a compliment. But it is in fact a form of harassment and gender inequality.
10 minutes | Apr 13, 2016
#22: LEFT - No Way
One in every three women will experience domestic violence or sexual violence at least once in their lifetime. No Way is anthem for the women of Australia in the face of adversity and a call to arms for government action.
14 minutes | Apr 6, 2016
#21: M.I.A - Rewear It
M.I.A highlights the need for recycling and the environmental impact of the textiles industry through a H&M inititive called World Recycle Week. But is this just companies greenwashing for a profit?
14 minutes | Mar 30, 2016
#20: Anohni - Drone Bomb Me
The drone war waged by America according to many has failed and has been hailed by some as a recruiting tool for ISIS. Anohni's Drone Bomb Me highlights the personal reality and ethical questions raised when killing remotely from a distance.
14 minutes | Mar 16, 2016
#19: Borneo - Eating Animals
Whats the price we pay for eating meat? Agriculture is one of the biggest contributors to climate change as well as being an ethical dilemma. Borneo's track Eating Animals pokes fun at the ease at which we turn a blind eye to the impact of our choice of consumption.
14 minutes | Mar 2, 2016
#18: Remi - Ode To Ignorance
In Ode To Ignorance Remi tells it really how it is for someone of colour in this country called Australia. In his eyes, no one is to blame more for this ignorantly perpetuated racism that the media and politicians.
13 minutes | Feb 24, 2016
#17: Marcus Whale - My Captain
Captain Moonlight is know as Australia's queer bushranger, whose last request before being hung was to be buried by his best mate and lover. Marcus Whale has used this incredible part of Australian history as inspiration to right about a need for more diversity in Sydney's music scene.
13 minutes | Feb 17, 2016
#16: The Songhoy Blues - Al Hassidi Terei
The Songhoy Blues formed in Mali during a time of severe conflict, where if they were caught playing music, they could have had their hands cut or have even be killed.
13 minutes | Feb 10, 2016
#15: Kendrick Lamar - The Blacker The Berry
Voicing the frustrations of a community that wants and deserves and better than what they are given, The Blacker The Berry is Kendrick Lamar voicing is contempt of institutionalised racism in America.
16 minutes | Feb 3, 2016
#14: Pussy Riot - Chaika
After being detained for over two years simply for expressing their political rights, Pussy Riot are back at with a track that brings light the the corruption in Russia's legal system.
15 minutes | Jan 27, 2016
#13: Courtney Barnett - Depreston
Courtney Barnett's Depreston puts in song the reality of housing affordability for Millennial's across Australia.
13 minutes | Jan 20, 2016
#12: Roots Manuva - Hard Bastards
Roots Manuva is no stranger to the hard life, growing up in the British underclass he has made a name for himself as one of the countries greatest hip hip artists - Hard Bastards takes aim at the reality of inequality in modern Britain.
12 minutes | Jan 13, 2016
#11: LE1F - Taxi
Queer rapper producer LE1F breaks down the reality of racism within the gay community in his track Taxi.
11 minutes | Jan 6, 2016
#10: Mathas - Enforce Less
Paternalistic governance is an issue we are getting all to used to here in Australia and Perth MC Mathas is having non of it. Enforce Less is a cleverly constructed breakdown of the laws created to help us, that actually hurt us.
13 minutes | Dec 23, 2015
#9: Kendrick Lamar - Alright
Kendrick Lamar dropped one of the most political charged albums to come from a chart topping artists in years. Alright is his anthem to the oppressed, telling them to keep fighting through the negativity, and turn it into a positive.
15 minutes | Dec 17, 2015
#8: L-Fresh The Lion - Survive
Sikh Hip Hop artist and community worker L-Fresh The Lion highlights the need to be proud of your culture in his track Survive, an ode to his fellow Sikh's in a country that can at times be abrasively ignorant.
15 minutes | Dec 9, 2015
#7: Anohni - 4 Degrees
Anohni's first single off her highly political album Hopelessness delves into the lack off action taken on what is arguably the most pressing issue facing the world today - climate change.
13 minutes | Dec 2, 2015
#6: M.I.A - Borders
M.I.A is no stranger to politics, and her song borders is nothing short of a machine gun spray of a political point making. Highlighting the the flaws in the way that the world is dealing with its refugee crisis and the identity conflicts created by borders.
15 minutes | Nov 25, 2015
#5: Emma Donovan, Tim Rogers and Joelistics - Blackfella White Fella
Emma Donovan teamed up with with Tim Rogers and Joelistics to raise cover two classic Indigenous tracks to raise funds for the SOS Black Australia movement trying to stop the forced removal of Indigenous Australians from their traditional lands.
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