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Podcast… Holyrude: Lizzie’s Big Day Oot..!

Join David, Debra and Brian discussing last week’s Queen’s Speech; the swearing in of the new Scottish Parliament; the Airdrie and Shotts By Election; Kenmure Street Resistance and the Rangers Riots. Featuring the brilliant new track – Reclaim these Streets!

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Dinnae be Anyone’s Mug… plus Music

Available FREE  on iTunes and Podbean Or Stream via our player, here: https://ungagged.podbean.com/mf/play/xnaza7/Pod_Jan_20.mp3 A music theme this month… We promise there is no Morrissey anywhere near this episode… Please contact us with your ideas, praise and criticism… @_ungagged on the Twitter, facebook.com/ungagged and leftungagged.org.

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Christmas Borders…

Available FREE  on iTunes and Podbean The UK Christmas Election is highlighting how awful the binary sloganeering of the right really is – and how much the power of the Billionaire owned press and media still is killing democracy. Let this be your antidote.   Help us continue to podcast, publish and campaign… a few quid keeps […]

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Northern Soul

How 60s American soul shaped 70s Working Class Britain  In an interview with Mojo Magazine in 2012, DJ, anarchist, former Motown rep and record shop owner Dave Godin explained how he coined the term ‘Northern Soul’.  In the interview  he mentioned how he first mentioned it in his column in Blues and Soul in 1970, […]

Politics of Music

Being Wrong…

Being Wrong…   Admitting you were wrong is pretty difficult, especially when society is so judgemental and in turn individuals at a personal level feel judged by friends, family and peers. So, I’m going to write a wee series of blogs on “when I’ve been wrong.” Please, judge me all you like. I’m 52 and […]

Politics of Music

Tracks of my Years

This piece originally appeared on Neil’s blog A loaded gun wont set you free…” -Lyrics in the context of my growing up in Northern Ireland that had meaning beyond the meaning Ian Curtis perhaps intended. As a young man I was continually questioning all that was going on around me. Growing up in a mid-Ulster […]