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AW@L Radio: 6 Glaring Issues with the Supreme Court’s Line 9 Decision

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AW@L Radio – 2017-08-04: Six Glaring Issues with the Supreme Court’s Line 9 Decision
Youth from Chippewas of the Thames First Nations in front of hte Supreme Court

Responding to the Supreme Court of Canada’s rejection of the Chippewas of the Thames First Nations challenge of the National Energy Board’s decision to allow the #line9 pipeline to have its flow reversed and to have the inline pressure increased—while also approving for the flow of tar sands diluted bitumen and bakken-shale fracked oil—despite a complete failure to meaningfully consult any Indigenous community potentially impacted along the pipeline’s route, David-Gray Donald analysis six of the more absurd issues plaguing this high court decision.

The bulk of this episode of AW@L radio is a reading of “6 Glaring Issues with the Supreme Court’s Line 9 Decision” from the mediacoop.ca, posted by David Gray-Donald (@DgrDon). You can access the whole article here:
http://mediacoop.ca/story/6-glaring-issues-supreme-courts-line-9-decision/36578

Rebel Time Radio – Episode 2017/08/17 – Antifascist Allstars

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Rebel Time Radio is in tonight to give a big stinkin’ middle finger to those Neo-Nazi KKK alt-right white supremacists with a bunch of antifascit political punk rock songs! Dan spins some songs from Oi Polloi, Broadcast Zero, Los Fastidios and Angelic Upstarts. He also talks about why we all have to oppose fascism. So hit play and get ready to rock out to some good ol’ antifa tunes!
  1. Spanner – Always Antifascist
  2. Oi Polloi – Bash the Fash
  3. Section 4 – Fuck You
  4. Propagandhi – The Only Good Fascist is a Dead Fascist
  5. Chumbawamba – The Day the Nazi Died
  6. Infest – Nazi Killer
  7. G.L.O.S.S. – Fight
  8. Brutal Youth – Not Angry
  9. Mixed Deuce – Dick Spencer
  10. Broadcast Zero – It Dies With You
  11. The Selecter – Big In the Body
  12. Los Fastidios – Antifa Hooligan
  13. The Fallout – Bigots and Bastards
  14. Randy – Proletarian Hop
  15. Afterboltxebike – Pavlichenko
  16. Die Arzte – Schrei nach Liebe
  17. Angelic Upstarts – Anti-Nazi
  18. Hold A Grudge – Straight to the Point
  19. Di Nigunim – Fascist Degradation

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Industrial Workers of the World
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Rebel Time Radio is on iTunes! Subscribe here! Or search for us on another one of your favorite podcatcher and get Rebel Time Radio delivered right to your device thing! Do us a favour eh and give us a five star rating so that Rebel Time can spread punk rock tunes to all corners of the world.

Want to get in touch? Tell us about your awesome band or shower us with compliments? Email us at rebeltimeradio@gmail.com

Hey do you like bicycles? Go check out Rebel Time Radio’s favorite bike shop Black Arrow Cycles in downtown Kitchener on Queen St. They’re UNBELIEVABLE!* Find out more info about Black Arrow Cycles here!

*This may be a hyperbole.

The Lost Indie City “Summertime” setlist

The Lost Indie City “Summertime” setlist August 18 2017

The Alarm – Rain in the Summertime
The B52s – Dirty Back Road
The Beloved – Sun Rising
Ryan Paris – Dolce Vita
Best Coast – Summer Mood
Vampire Weekend – Holiday
Madness – The Sun & the Rain
Weezer – Feels Like Summer
The Hold Steady – Constructive Summer
Matthew Sweet – Looking at the Sun
The Decembrists – June Hymn
Pavement – Summer Babe
DOA – Concrete Beach
The Undertones – Here Comes the Summer
Kings of Leon – Supersoaker
Team Waterpolo – So Called Summer
Stranglers – Peaches
Grapes of Wrath – A Fishing Tale
Simple Minds – Someone, Somewhere in Summertime
Coasts – Oceans
Big Audio Dynamite – A Party
UB40 – Kingston Town
Third World – 96 degrees in the Shade
Culture – Two Sevens Clash
Beck – The Golden Age
Buffalo Tom – Summer
Portugal. The Man – Feel It Still
Ramones – Rockaway Beach
Modest Mouse – Ocean Breathes Salty
Flaming Lips – Its Summertime

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Rebel Time Radio – Episode 2017/08/09

Rebel Time Radio is back for another hour of political punk rock! On this episode Mike and Dan play some L7 (two tracks!), Hanson Brothers, The Nasties, and The Dicks. They also lament on impending nuclear doom and celebrate the death of neo-nazi human garbage Ernst Zundel. So it ain’t all doom and gloom! Now mash that play button please!

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  1. Alien Boys – Anthem
  2.  The Briefs – Orange Alert
  3. Hanson Brothers – Jack Off
  4. Planet Smashers – Dark Personality
  5. T.S.O.L. – World War III
  6. L7 – Mr. Integrity
  7. Culture Shock – Private Revolutions
  8. Knucklehead – Rock, Rhythm and Boots
  9. L7 – Wargasm
  10. Jello Biafra and D.O.A. – Attack of the Peacekeepers
  11. Inepsy – 10 Packs of Smokes
  12. The Nasties – Education Song
  13. The Dicks – No Nazi’s Friend
  14. Poison Girls – Bully Boy
  15. Stage Bottles – Dead But Not Forgiven
  16. 22 Long Riffs – No Pasaran
  17. Youth Brigade – Man in Blue

Rebel Time Radio is on iTunes! Subscribe here! Or search for us on another one of your favorite podcatcher and get Rebel Time Radio delivered right to your device thing! Do us a favour eh and give us a five star rating so that Rebel Time can spread punk rock tunes to all corners of the world.

Want to get in touch? Tell us about your awesome band or shower us with compliments? Email us at rebeltimeradio@gmail.com

Hey do you like bicycles? Go check out Rebel Time Radio’s favorite bike shop Black Arrow Cycles in downtown Kitchener on Queen St. They’re UNBELIEVABLE!* Find out more info about Black Arrow Cycles here!

*This may be a hyperbole.

AW@L Radio – 2017-07-27 – Canada’s Supreme Court redefines Indigenous Consultation in Line 9 Decision

We start with a quick rant about the (lack of) commitment to human-scale infrastructure in Kitchener and Waterloo region, evidenced by the multimillion dollar re-build of King St without the construction of a separated bike lane. For cyclists, you will be forced to “sharrow” with fast moving cars, then be coerced to the sidewalk to mingle with pedestrians or risk your wheels being swallowed by the trolly track. #Wrbike #wrwalk

The main focus of the show is the supreme court of canada decision on consultation with Indigenous nations. While the Clyde River Inuit scored a huge win as seismic blasting is halted in their territory for now, the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation were told their treaty rights meant nothing as Canada will continue to ignore Indigenous rights while oil money can be made. In a unanimous decision, the SCC called the consultation process that the National Energy board undertook for the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation “manifestly adequate”, while wholly chastising the NEB for a complete failure in consulting the Clyde River Inuit.

In the SCC decision, “nation-to-nation” consultation and treaty responsibilities have been reduced to the level of a public hearing, with no shared decision making powers.

After reading a statement from Chippewas Solidarity about the court decision, we broadcast two clips of the newly elected chief of the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, Myeengun Henry. The first is his statement, from the bank of the Deshkaan Ziibi, just south of a line 9 crossing of the river, where Chief Henry demanded that Enbridge stop pushing oil through Chippewas of the Thames First Nation Territory, giving the oil company 30 days to comply. The second clip is from an interview scrum shortly that statement was made.

The SCC decision defines a reconciliation benifitting the colonizers in a neoliberal-capitalist settler country. We need to respond with active solidarity!

The final portion of the episode is a re-broadcast of the inspiring interview on Democracy now with Ruby Montoya and Jessica Reznicek, two powerful womyn who sabotaged the Dakota Access Pipeline over several months in 2016, which led to months of construction delays. The two catholic workers came forward to inspire “bold action” against fossil fuel infrastructure. (https://www.democracynow.org/2017/7/28/meet_the_two_catholic_workers_who)

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The Lost indie City “Remix” setlist August 11 2017

The Lost Indie City “Remix” setlist

Depeche Mode -(Mike Shinoda Remix) Enjoy the Silence
New Order – (Shep Pettibone extended dance mix) Bizarre Love Triangle
Erasure – (Der Deutche mix) Blue Savannah
Garbage – (Crystal Method Extended edit) I think I’m Crystallized
Happy Mondays – (Club Mix) Hallelujah
Insprial Carpets – (Renegade Soundwave Robbery Mix) This is How it Feels
Cornershop- (Norman Cook remix) Brimful of Asha
Death cab for Cutie – (Tycho Remix) The Ghosts of Beverly Drive)
U2 – (hip hop beat) The Sweetest Thing
House of Pain (Butch Vig remix) Shamrocks and Shenanigans
The Killers (Calvin Harris remix) When You were young
NIN – (Benjamin Vial death proof mix) Ringfinger
Heaven 17 – (Ashley Beedle remix) Let Me Go
Psychedelic Furs – (New York Remix) Heartbeat
Icicle Works – (Frantic mix) Birds Fly
The Cult – (Howling Mix) – She Sells Sanctuary
The Cure – (Closer mix) Close to Me
Alexisonfire – (Adventure club remix) To A Friend
Gorillaz- (Ska remix) Feel Good Inc

So Old It’s New classic rock set list Aug. 7, 2017

  1. Genesis, Dance On A Volcano
  2. Aerosmith, Seasons Of Wither
  3. Deep Purple, Walk On
  4. R.E.M., Living Well Is The Best Revenge
  5. King Crimson, I Talk To The Wind
  6. Headstones, Burning
  7. The Rolling Stones, Dangerous Beauty
  8. Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention, Help, I’m A Rock
  9. Black Sabbath, Cornucopia
  10. J.J. Cale, Thirteen Days
  11. The Who, Love Ain’t For Keeping
  12. Ian Hunter, All Of The Good Ones Are Taken
  13. AC/DC, Skies On Fire
  14. Gov’t Mule, Bad Man Walking
  15. Van Morrison, Help Me (live)
  16. Dire Straits, One World
  17. The Beatles, For You Blue
  18. Judas Priest, Leather Rebel
  19. The Yardbirds, Out On The Water Coast
  20. Rush, Faithless
  21. Bad Company, Rhythm Machine
  22. Fleetwood Mac, Peacekeeper
  23. Grand Funk Railroad, Black Licorice
  24. XTC, Dear God
  25. UFO, Darker Days
  26. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, The Real Love
  27. Pink Floyd, Sheep

Rebel Time Radio – Episode 2017/08/02

Thirsty for some political punk rock? Rebel Time Radio is here to quench your thirst with a pressure washer load of political punk to your face! Mike and Dan spin some new tunes from GRIT and Limp Wrist, plus play a bunch of other tunes from The Demics, Heyoka, and F-Minus. Press play for some sweet sweet music

Download the episode here (right click and save the link)

Tonight’s set:

  1. GRIT – Diamond
  2. Cock Sparrer – One By One
  3. Limp Wrist – Wrap Yourselves in Me
  4. Peter and the Test Tube Babies – Banned from the Pubs
  5. MDC – Destroying the Planet
  6. D.O.A. – Warmonger
  7. Propagandhi – Victory Lap
  8. Ballast – But After the Gig (Reprise)
  9. The Demics – Oh Well
  10. Moral Decline – Hurricane
  11. Beyond Pink – Lagstadiepoesi
  12. War on Women – Say It
  13. Heyoka – Le Bel Espoir
  14. Planet Smashers – Police the Nation
  15. Citizen Fish – Unimplode
  16. F-Minus – White Collar Crime
  17. Witch Hunt – Blood Red States
  18. The Rebel Spell – Last Run
  19. Face to Face – Walk Away
  20. Leftover Crack – Gang Control

Rebel Time Radio is now on iTunes! Subscribe here! Or search for us on another one of your favorite podcatcher and get Rebel Time Radio delivered right to your device thing! Do us a favour eh and give us a five star rating so that Rebel Time can spread punk rock tunes to all corners of the world.

Want to get in touch? Tell us about your awesome band or shower us with compliments? Email us at rebeltimeradio@gmail.com

Hey do you like bicycles? Go check out Rebel Time Radio’s favorite bike shop Black Arrow Cycles in downtown Kitchener on Queen St. They’re UNBELIEVABLE!* Find out more info about Black Arrow Cycles here!

*This may be a hyperbole.

Rebel Time Radio – Episode 2017/07/26

Rebel Time Radio is going all the way back to two weeks ago to bring you a new episode that was recorded then but here it is now! Got that? Good! RTR is going to fill your earholes with kickass politically charged punk/ska/oi bands like The Effigies, Braindead, Zounds and D.O.A.! Also Mike broke his bone so he played music about getting injured. Now it is the time for you to hit play!

Download the podcast here (right click and save the link)

Tonight’s set:

  1. Naked Aggression – Smash the State
  2. The Effigies – Quota
  3. Outcry – Memory Loss
  4. Chumbawamba – Mouthful of Shit
  5. The Maras – A.0.K.
  6. Ice Age – Broken Bone
  7. Career Suicide – Jonzo’s Leaking Radiation
  8. D.O.A. – Johnny Too Bad
  9. The Rebel Spell – Last Run
  10. Braindead – Push ‘Em Back
  11. Stan & Itchy – Russian Cow
  12. The Selecter – Frontline
  13. Propagandhi – Victory Lap
  14. Zounds – Can’t Cheat Karma
  15. Nomeansno – Slugs Are Coming
  16. Bad Religion – Into the Night

Rebel Time Radio is now on iTunes! Subscribe here! Or search for us on another one of your favorite podcatcher and get Rebel Time Radio delivered right to your device thing! Do us a favour eh and give us a five star rating so that Rebel Time can spread punk rock tunes to all corners of the world.

Want to get in touch? Tell us about your awesome band or shower us with compliments? Email us at rebeltimeradio@gmail.com

Hey do you like bicycles? Go check out Rebel Time Radio’s favorite bike shop Black Arrow Cycles in downtown Kitchener on Queen St. They’re UNBELIEVABLE!* Find out more info about Black Arrow Cycles here!

*This may be a hyperbole.