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Join so ppl look at your Groups and go "Ooh, I gotta check out thier band!" & what not. For all musicians, even if all u do is play tin cans
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What up Chi Town?! It's summer collaboration season! School's out so I have free time to get up with other musicians and do a few open mics! Shoot me a message if you're interested, otherwise, ya know......don't. yup
New Music from Sabatta's @MrYinkaOyewole - FREE DOWNLOAD!!
Here's a new song not only about finding a home away from home but also realising that WE have so much in common no matter where in the world you find US.
Available now, our first album titled "Still Not Popular". You can download our album for free on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/projektrehab
If you like what you hear, be sure to hit the like button.
Thanks for your support!
Bands! Win A Spot On The AP Fest By Spreading The Word About The AP Survey Hey Guys, we need all Afro-punk bands to help spread the word about an important research project we are conducting to challenge how our community is perceived in mainstream media. With your help and time, we will have a tool to better understand the diversity of our community and show that people of color and particularly young people of color aren’t monolithic.
- You just need to blast the following message asap (by January 16th) to your mailing list and copy firstname.lastname@example.org to the email to be entered to win a spot on the AP Festival!
- Share the survey link provided below on your various social network pages (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) and tag Afro-punk ("Afro-punk" on Facebook, @afropunk on Twitter).
Here's the message:
"Please let your voice be heard, we want to help our friends at Afro-punk spread the word about an important research project they are conducting to challenge how our community is perceived in mainstream media. With your help and 15 minutes of your time, the information that you give will be used as a tool to better understand the diversity of our community and show that people of color and particularly young people of color aren’t monolithic and don’t fit into the boxes that are set for us! Afro-punk wants the world to know that we are socially conscious, care about the environment and have varied tastes.
The more replies Afro-punk has, the louder our voice will be heard so please ask all of your friends to take action, take the survey and have their voices be heard. The world is listening to what you have to say, Your replies to the linked survey http://bit.ly/AEIMYu will help them understand what matters to you.
Please know that your information will be kept strictly anonymous and your individual responses are not going to a brand and will not be sold for sponsorship. There are about 50 questions, some of them are quite thought-provoking, and it may take a bit of time to get through it. Please keep in mind that they can only use your answers if you complete the whole survey.
For the record...
- We need your HONEST opinion; say what you think and say what you feel. - Your individual survey response is not going to a brand, nor will it be sold to sponsors, etc.
- We can only use your answers if you complete the whole survey.
- Your information shared via the survey will be kept strictly anonymous
Thank you so much for taking the time to answer."
Hey, I don't have an email list, per-se, but I do have a large following on tumblr, twitter and facebook. I'll share it there, but will I still be placed in the running for the opportunity to play the '12 APfest?
Hi guys, we need your feedback for the first Afro-punk official survey. Make your voice heard to help keep Afro-punk going!
If you're in a band you could win a slot on the Afro-punk Festival:
Hey guuuuys and gals!
Check out the new vid from a super dope Haitian emcee I'm working with from BK named Bennchoumy, "Nou Sou Wout" (We're On The Road) Def has that early 90's, conscious, old skool vibe :D Recently featured on the Afro Punk homepage! Enjoy! Add us on facebook, "The Manifestation Of Bennchoumy" Thanks guys for your ears :)
THEY'RE HERE! 'Supa Nas-TEEE' SPECIAL EDITION T-SHIRTS
Only for the Nasteee! You've seen the video (and if you haven't check it out here: http://www.afropunk.com/video/supa-nasteee)
Now peep the T-Shirt!
Available through Sabatta.net
Available for men and ladies in sizes S,M,L,XLAlso in the following colours:
Black On WhiteWhite On BlackPink On WhitePink On Black
Get one quick and let the world know YOU nasteee and ain't afraid to show it! :-)
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