Wednesday, August 5, 2015
Doors open 7pm
603 Bushwick Ave. Brooklyn
(NOT AT INTERFERENCE ARCHIVE!)
$5 – $10 (sliding scale)**
As part of the Interference Archive’s if a song could be freedom… exhibition, Angel Nevarez & Valerie Tevere will host an evening of protest karaoke with their project Another Protest Song: Karaoke with a Message at Silent Barn.
Another Protest Song: Karaoke with a Message (2008 – ongoing) looks to the karaoke songbook as potential for political enunciation through song. Karaoke is communal, social, musical. With protest karaoke, our song choices may speak of present political struggles and histories, rather than music consumed primarily as products of popular cultural.
**All money collected at the door (beyond paying Silent Barn) will go directly towards printing the if a song could be freedom… booklet/exhibition catalog. This booklet will be included with the 7″ record we are pressing as part of the exhibition (for more info, and to pre-order record, click HERE!)
Join us and sing your favorite songs of protest!
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