Exploring Born Guilty & A Special Music Reveal | TAP

Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers.    Direct YouTube Link   A special episode of The After Party wherein the exact moment of the 2018 winter solstice occurred while we were on air. We reveal an ambitious new music project by a past guest of the show, Philosophicat. Jason speaks at length about the process of conceiving and writing his new … Continue reading Exploring Born Guilty & A Special Music Reveal | TAP

Rock & Roll and the European Soul: Now Expanded | Article

Pink Floyd   “White culture is Family Ties and Led Zeppelin and Guns N’ Roses—like, this is white culture. This is all we have.” -Christian Lander* Rock music’s descent mirrors the recent late stage decline of confidence in the West. Yes, rock music is complicated—cue the liberals retorting with, “it’s all just black blues, man!” while certain conservatives contest, “but it’s degenerate!” Yes, rock music … Continue reading Rock & Roll and the European Soul: Now Expanded | Article

Twitter Colossus Racial Consciousness Breaks His Silence | TAP

Watch the embedded video below. Works on most browsers.    Direct YouTube Link   The exclusive, first ever interview with the man behind the well-known Twitter account, “Racial Consciousness”  (@Nature_and_Race)   For this livestream we played clips from a pre-recorded interview we did with RC, stopping at intervals to discuss what we’d just listened to. The pre-recorded interview with RC was not played in its … Continue reading Twitter Colossus Racial Consciousness Breaks His Silence | TAP

Our Britannic Majesty’s Request (Poem)

Sacred, ancient Albion lend your ears to me. Let whispers of the reed stems bleed into fields around me. For language, blood, and spirit draw a bow string and I feel the pull; there something shared. Possess me of your story’s wisdom, a wrestle with love and fleeting calculation. There’s a door somewhere in your grassy web and that’s why the heart and why the … Continue reading Our Britannic Majesty’s Request (Poem)