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Antibalas to Release New Album Sept. 15

Submitted by JP Cutler Media on Mon, 07/31/2017 - 2:44 pm

Imagine a world where every person is temporarily transported to outer space for the sole purpose of looking back on earth to experience its sheer beauty. For a brief moment, we could all escape the greatest atrocities of our time and take in an outer-world perspective to see all of humanity living in harmonious coexistence.

Antibalas to Release New Album in Sept.

Submitted by JP Cutler Media on Fri, 06/30/2017 - 6:25 am

Imagine a world where every person is temporarily transported to outer space for the sole purpose of looking back on earth to experience its sheer beauty. For a brief moment, we could all escape the greatest atrocities of our time and take in an outer-world perspective to see all of humanity living in harmonious coexistence.

All Good Music Festival 2015 | Review

Submitted by Philip Emma on Mon, 08/17/2015 - 7:53 pm

After having the greatest musical experience of my life for three shows in Chicago at the Dead’s last shows together less than a week before, I did not think it was so possible for that music high to continue, but the lineup and energy of the 2015 All Good Music Festival kept my music fix alive and well. Rolling deep with one of the best crews I have had in a while and an RV led to three days of uninterrupted music from one stage to another.

Superhuman Happiness (members of Antibalas) Announce New Album

Submitted by Girlie Action Media on Thu, 11/29/2012 - 10:33 am

Movement becomes contagious listening to Superhuman Happiness’ first full-length album, Hands, which will be released March 5, 2013, on The Royal Potato Family. Today, Superhuman Happiness is sharing “See Me On My Way” the first single, which just premiered on Rolling Stone.

Antibalas 'Who Is This America?' Reissued by Ropeadope

Submitted by press on Sat, 07/31/2010 - 12:11 pm

Antibalas is set to have their modern day afrobeat classic, Who Is This America?, reissued by Ropeadope on August 17. While it's common for influential recordings to receive reissue treatment decades later or around specific anniversaries, Ropeadope has made the decision to bring back the Brooklyn-based collective's 2004 album just six years from its initial release for one primary reason: "The questions and powerful social statements on the record are as relevant today as they were in 2004.

Langerado Part II

Submitted by amanda on Mon, 04/14/2008 - 12:52 am

As I said, I had gone back to camp earlier to make sure things were as secured as possible and to attach the tent to the car just in case I needed to sleep in there that night. Good thing I had.  I awoke about 4 a.m. to raging winds and wicked rain.  I seemed securely attached…for now. The wind was blowing so hard that my tent was beginning to lean sideways.

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