"The fact that people think there isn't much members in Boston inspires me to write a post about Boston artists. I'm about to compose a post that represents Boston rappers, bands and artists that could be considered Afropunk. The problem is…"
Blaring horns, nasty drum breaks and percussion, and some serious syncopation. Add to that some innovative bass melody chops, chunky/scratchy guitars, sweet soulful vocals with with loud gospel-esque preaching.
Do you LOVE animation? Wheather it be saturday morning cartoons, anime, 2D, 3D, stopmotion animations or just the process of it....Well this is the group for you! Share your thoughts on something that I as well as many others have a passion for.
BLACK ANARCHIST PUNKS>>>Black anarchism opposes the existence of the state and the subjugation and domination of people of color, and favors a non-hierarchical organization of society. Black anarchists seek to abolish white supremacy,…See More
The Skins, Bad Rabbits, Noisettes, Blaze-P/Anti Star, Portishead, The Wondermics, Dagha & Project Tree, The Roots, Jacobi Wichita, Herra Terra, Odd Future, Black Hippy, Weekend Money, The Weeknd, Death, Pure Hell, Gorillaz, Retrospek, A$AP Mob,
The Matrix, Limitless, Electric Purgatory: The Fate of the Black Rocker, Peter Tosh: Red X Tapes, The Spook Who Sat by the Door
Autobiography of Malcolm X, Die Nigger Die, 48 Laws of Power,
Favorite TV shows:
Ugly Americans, Archer,
Question For Bands: Genre?
Band Question - Band Members:
Mark Vincent - Bass, Catch Wreck - MC, Dave Crespo - Guitar, Sirae Richardson - Vocals, Jonas Meyer - Drums
Band Question - Musical Influences:
Rage Against the Machine, Bad Brains, Public Enemy,
Band Question - Record label:
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The fact that people think there isn't much members in Boston inspires me to write a post about Boston artists. I'm about to compose a post that represents Boston rappers, bands and artists that could be considered Afropunk. The problem is I can't find enough Afropunk Boston bands, so I am stuck with rappers. (shrugs)