The Afro-punk tour bus left Philadelphia and headed four hours north of the map to perform at Pearl Street in Northampton, MA.
Tonight's show landed on Halloween, giving Saul Williams, CX, Tchaka Diallo, and the rest of the gang a chance to dress up in even wackier stage outfits than in any other city. Getting ready on the bus, Saul and his 13-year-old daughter Saturn put on their Halloween attire on the bus-- Saul bought a yellow… Continue
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After the Afro-punk crew partied the night away in Chicago, the guys got on the road again and headed to Philadelphia. When the tour bus reached the city, we were blown away by the action packed shopping district where the Theatre of Living Arts was located. People were outside representing the Afro-punk Philly scene in full effect, rocking bright colors, skateboarding down the strip, and enjoying their town.…
Added by Afro-punk 2009 Tour Blog on October 30, 2009 at 4:30pm —
We have a GREAT show planned for ya'll tonight!!
What's on the menu?
*Bitch Beware....because it ain't made of bricks!!
*The Three Little Pu**ies
* Do you have your Emergency Dirty~Licious Kit?
Join the fun tonight, Friday, Oct. 30th, as we'll be celebrating Halloween Dirty~Licious style!
CLICK HERE to listen to the show Friday night,… Continue
Added by Dirty Whorelebrity News on October 30, 2009 at 12:50pm —
WE GONNA BE ON FOX THIS SAT @ 1230!!! WATCH US ON FEARLESS MUSIC!!! ALSO IF YOU CAN VOTE FOR US SO WE CAN BE ON NEXT WEEK!!! THAT WOULD BE HOT!!!
THANKS!!! MAD LOVE!!!
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Afroman was born and raised in Palmdale, California. He began rapping in the eighth grade, and in his church he played drums and guitar. After moving to palm dale, he started to play High division football for his High school. He was a running back, and had major scouts from around the NFL watching him in amazement. His football carrer ended horrible when he was hit from behind and broke and tore almost every muscle in his shoulder. He was not able to play football again, and then started to… Continue
Added by Nina on October 28, 2009 at 5:19am —
That it were easier to hunt down more rad black and brown within these circles.
Is it possible in this day and age to not assimilate fully into the bullshit capitalist dream? Will 'Afro-Punk' be another commodity that can be bought and sold?
I don't know - I understand that a lot of punks are not involved with politics or any shit like that. But when will people start to worry about their own well being?
When will we start worrying about the poverty, crime and… Continue
Added by MonikaNichelle on October 28, 2009 at 1:17am —
When certain questions are asked about why women are not of equal standing in certain situations I bring up that the vast majority of women on earth seem to do what male culture wants (more specifically why women follow along and are passive) for anyone who wonders what I mean, I supply this quote
"Determining the history of female bisexuality is more problematic, in that women in most of the studied societies were under the domination of the males, and on one hand had less… Continue
Added by Madamoiselle De Sade on October 28, 2009 at 1:00am —
I'm straight buggin out. I am all about the adventure and all but this is really taking it's toll on me. I am not looking forward to being homeless again for any period of time. It's a trap. You think 'oh I'll only do this for a couple of months' and then a year passes. I can't do a year in the hole. The hole meaning some ghetto ass hotel on someone's track and having to deal with drug dealers and users and pimps tryin to recruit you everyday. Not to mention just the stigma of it all. I am… Continue
Added by lyfenlyn on October 27, 2009 at 2:27pm —
At least for now so, wish me luck. I'm going to meetings and shit (trust me. I need that much support) and it feels like the times right but.........fuck it, there ya'go.
Soooooooo........were's the sober pages and does anyone know what to do with all this money and boredom?
Added by Nick Macklin on October 27, 2009 at 12:00pm —
Hey Sexy People!
According to Billboard, the #1 thing an artist can do to promote their music is to get a "synch placement in a TV ad for Apple." So, Ariel Publicity - Cyber PR put out "The Indie… Continue
Added by Mama's Dirty Li'l Secret on October 27, 2009 at 6:30am —
Kifaru said my life was fabricated, I'd like to address that in this series of blogs, entitled "My Fabricated Life: A Journey"
I was born on Zu Mountain in 1888. I was "the funkiest monkey that ever popped out of an egg on a mountain top" according to my theme song.
My father was Kwai Cha'ang Caine. We used to wander the desert all the time together after the Siulam (told ya, none of that "xiao lin" stuff here, it's all Cantonese all the time. Did I mention I was fluent in… Continue
Added by Madamoiselle De Sade on October 26, 2009 at 9:00pm —
The Afro-punk tour bus left Minneapolis after a great show and headed 10 hours east on the map to Detroit. Performing in the city known for housing Motown Records, the guys knew they had to bring a stellar performance to the crowd in Detroit. When we pulled up to the Magic Stick, Saul and the crew headed inside the venue ready to get to business. Here is a picture of Saul Williams on left loading out of the bus and heading to the venue. On… Continue
Added by Afro-punk 2009 Tour Blog on October 26, 2009 at 4:30pm —
I gotta get the fuck outta Mobile.
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Peace Stars ^_^
Issue 8, the first in the Dream Definition series is available for download.
It gave layout-issues like no other before it, but it was worth the difficult birth, from which the layout faeries are still recovering.
Intent on reminding us of the importance of creating your path as opposed to letting it happen to you, the dream definition issue focusing on heart-fueled identity is glowing with metaheart light. The feisty… Continue
Added by PurpleZoe on October 24, 2009 at 8:00pm —
A few weeks before Living Colour released their latest album The Chair in the Doorway (Megaforce Records), the band performed at an invite-only showcase in Brooklyn. I was hanging with my homie Lisa Cortes, one of the producers of the highly anticipated film Precious, and we were both excited.
As arty graphics rotated on a screen in the background, Living Colour transformed from middle-aged men into cocoa-hued children of the rock revolution, exorcising their demons surrounding racism,… Continue
Added by Michael A. Gonzales on October 24, 2009 at 11:12am —
Added by Afro-punk 2009 Tour Blog on October 23, 2009 at 4:30pm —
I got hit by a car while riding my bike. Alot of bruises&stitches. Loss of hearing in my left ear and right now one eye is swollen shut. It couldn"t been way worse. I feel lucky nothing severe havppen.
Added by Jessica on October 23, 2009 at 9:52am —
Hey guys, just letting you know that on Saturday, Oct 24, 2009, I will be attending the momentous Thrill the world event. My motivation is in honor of of Michael Jackson.
Its not too late for you to join in! Find an event near you! Thrill The World
Added by THA TRUE ORIGINAL GATA™ on October 23, 2009 at 2:04am —