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Written on August 31, 2010, and categorized as Politics.
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Let it not be said that music plays a side role in the great battle for hearts and minds. As the 9/11 anniversary coincides with a particularly shrill and vicious campaign by the American right, I bring you Burka Blue.

The music sounds great, very art school frauenband, an almost industrial rock pop anti-protest. I’m not sure it says anything complex, but I find the sight of the swaying blue burkas, the lethargic, non-committed vocals, the dischordant rock instruments and simple synth does it for me.

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  1. Leisl
    Posted 3 September, 2010 at 2:23 pm | Permalink

    Kinda reminds me of The Flying Lizards. 🙂

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