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illirum
by  illirum
Music that is almost perfect when stoned
randomjoe
by  randomjoe
Possibly the Most Perfect Toking Album Ever Made?
most embarrassing song in your collection?
sam love
by  sam love
joe publik
1620
by  1620
It's Almost Over Now N.E.R.D.
NWA
by  NWA8.6/10
Best music 2 trip With???
Worst song ever? And why... GO!
24601
by  24601
Bitcoin Baron - ytcracker
Sleaford Mods
Most Timeless Artist?
whats your favorite music from the 90s??
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Frizzy
by  Frizzy
Where are today’s protest singers?
Just listening to gill Scott herons first album ‘a new black poet’ , he still has the power to shock.who are today’s protest singers.
Is urban rap and hip hop, choose your genre, the new protest platform. Or is it just a mysoginist, homophobic, violent twisted reflection of city life from those excluded from the mainstream.
Is stormsy the new urban Dylan.?
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DressedAsGoblin
DressedAsGoblin
You've got a lot to choose from in metal.
Check out some of the following:
Body Count: Black Hoodie
Body Count: No Lives Matter
Lamb of God: Poison Dream
Lamb of God: Now you've got something to die for
Dead Label: Dystopian Complex
Lock Horns: Blood and Oil
Gojira: Silvera
And I know this is basically a pisstake, but Dethklok Detharmonic in on point.
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oblong89
oblong89
There is still a pretty decent punk scene out there. (or was before the pandemic)Human Project, Random Hand, SB6, Crazy Arm- all inherently political. Solo artists- Babar Luck, Chris TT, Prolefeed, Carol Hodge.

personal fave on my rotation at the minute would be ‘the hunstman comes a marching’ chris tt. Check it out!
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marketowl
marketowl
IDLES are pretty spot on politically and that shows in their lyrics! ‘The only way to scare a Tory is to read and get rich’.
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Frizzy
Frizzy
Will lookup on tidal later?
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zz87
zz87
Don't want to start a war between them but... Dave > Stormzy :P

edit - don't know whats going on with lb but this post went wacky, anyway jokes aside Dave actually deserves a little shout in this. The live performance of Black was really invoking and things like Question Time and Children of the Internet will appeal to any stoned thinker haha :) - at least the UK scene isn't just kids dying on cough medicine after one youtube hit, wtf happened to America?!
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1620
1620
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Psyuk
Psyuk
I'd say for this definitely Run The Jewels. Akala is still about as well. Immortal technique is meant to be releasing a new album soon. I don't think we will see the likes of a band like RATM again for sometime
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Frizzy
Frizzy
Left a RATM gig with cracked rib from the most hectic mosh pit I’ve ever known, mega fun. Second best mosh was the Pogues in 88.
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Tobin
Tobin
I saw someone with there arm twisted the wrong way being carried out of a RATM set. Reading 96' I believe. Great set, terrifying moshpit.. Did it anyway though. Fun times.
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greencigar
greencigar
What ever happened to Billy Bragg?
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Frizzy
Frizzy
Anyone remember chumba wumba, great live band.
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Frizzy
Frizzy
Unfortunately he grew up and joined new labour.
Saw him live at least dozen times, used to do loads of small gigs and protests. I was in socialist workers party and he was doing loads of fundraisers for the miners.
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Nickm
Nickm
Today's protest singers? Taking shit on social media.at a guess.
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Frizzy
Frizzy
Name calling,ie liberal, woke, lefty, there’s a trend to criticise caring views.
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Nickm
Nickm
Just as much intolerance on the left as on the right. We live in a shallow social media driven world. In which we all eat consume far too much whilst slowly killing ourselves and the planet. Facebook, mcdonald's,nike etc. It's a shallow,plastic world and that's not a suitable environment for growing protest singers.
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Hootie and the Blow Job
Hootie and the Blow Job
its a perfect substrate for protest. people have the means and motive.

that's why there is tons of it in rap, singing is as dead as springsteen.
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randomjoe
randomjoe
I blame the growing influence of the network - attentions turning inwards as the younger generation start living in the fantasy of the online world. I showed my teenage step daughter the matrix the other day thinking she'd love it - her response "why would anyone choose not to stay in the matrix"!
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Tobin
Tobin
Oh, no. Humanity has reached that place. We are all fucked then.
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Frizzy
Frizzy
Sort of agree, unfortunately the mass media (particularly print media) are owned run by right wing, ie Sun, times, telegraph etc
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Tony888
Tony888
Billy Bragg is still going strong and sticking it to the suits and mega rich.
can we confirm the story of the pink floyd/wizard of oz mashup, ‘the dark side of the rainbow’?
rainbows77
It's Good Music To Chill Out To
rainbows77
A Work Of Unparalleled Genius
Defining the ’90s Music Canon
Beat This Beat Bigga
nlxxhz1001
Stoner Rock / Psychedelic / Progressive