DAD085/Sprang Tour

Tracklist found here:
http://doandroidsdance.com/features/dad-mix-085-buku/

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euphrasiefauchelevent:

a dystopia where in order to have some semblance of decent human rights you have to fit into a set of specific criteria based on  things such as race, gender, sexuality, and income, the ideal combination of which is met only by a small portion of society oh wait

disgustingly nasty electro with a touch of industrial to it. sick like radiation poisoning or industrail waste in your water supply. used : mpc 3000, tr-909, 808,se-1, meeblip. ambika. and heres the curve ball. audio realism bassline v.1. i never said i was purist. :).

eatingsoapboxes:

Why is it that people are always so quick to sneer at the people who have been shat upon and abused by society, by people who should be comrades, by their very loved ones who then react with anger and resistance? Never wanting to look at the source of the vitriol or acknowledge that there are very strong reasons to say “fuck cis people” or “radfems are abusive and degendering?” It’s always our fault for getting overwrought, for responding with something less than acceptable decorum. It’s us who are painted as unladylike (at best) or angry aggressive men. Responsibility is never laid at the oppressor’s feet, but always in how we react to it.

Why are we so angry? Because we need and deserve love, support, and community and are so often denied it by a recalcitrant old guard of gender fundamentalists. Because so many of us have no family, have lost our friends, and are grasping to find women who we can relate to, who we can both offer and get support from. If you’ve retained your family, then that’s awesome. If you have a community, then fucking kudos to you. But some of us have shed fucking everything to get where we are only to find ourselves reviled even more afterwards. Not even taking into account the clear racist and classist barriers that keep so many girls outside looking in, used as symbols when convenient (tdor) but excluded the rest of the year,we are reviled for having been born into skins that we ourselves hate more than most. So if we happen to be fucking angry about that, then who the fuck are you to look down your nose at that? This is us, trying to survive and thrive, building connections between like minds against all odds.

So don’t fucking tell me that our anger only encourages our foes. Kindness has never gotten us any favors either. If they want to see us as inhuman, then I will be a fucking monster. If you want to exclude me and deny me a place, then I will spit on your scene and call it what it is- outmoded, abusive, and transmisogynist.

I would much rather be known as a rabid foe of exclusionary behavior than prostrate myself in the hopes of currying favor and being “one of the good ones.”

roycevomit:

Also, this is an old as fuck thing me and other people smarter than me have said before, but there is nothing inherently “radical” about men wearing dresses.

And like, I’m tired of seeing men praised for this bullshit, seeing entire fake ass mythologies built around how “subversive” some dude is because he put on a dress one time for a fucking photo shoot and all these liberal fucks wanna act like it makes him a god.

Fuck that transmisogynist bullshit. Call me back when you’re a trans woman and “Man in a dress” is a thing you have screamed at you whenever you leave your house, a thing that makes people see you as fucking subhuman, a thing that makes you a fucking target.

A man putting on a dress makes him edgy and cool, but when I put on a dress I’m a tool of the patriarchy, fake, an object of disgust and ridicule.

Fuck that noise forever.

keep talking about “progress” and i’ll keep talking about everyone who is left behind and stepped on in that rat race

i mean literally every objection to today’s episode of Transmisoginy Now is some form of You Trans Women Are Too Sensitive, Don’t Be Offended Ever. RPDR is not activism folx its not getting me health care or legal protection sooooooo

Pittsburgh Track Authority are proud to present their debut LP, Enter the Machine Age, self-released on Pittsburgh Tracks. After previously dropping more than a dozen EPs across a number of labels and styles, Enter the Machine Age distills their sound into a cohesive whole. Taking a love of house, techno, electro, and disco, and putting their distinctive spin on it makes for a diverse album—focused on the dancefloor and sure to stay in the record bags of discerning deejays. A variety of rhythms from breakbeats to African underpin the lush synthetic and organic instrumentation, with the tracks sequenced to provide a solid listening experience for those whose favorite dancefloor is at home. PTA have crafted a warm, inviting album that is perfect for the summer months, and is destined to help create many fond memories.
Tracklist
A1. Genta………………………………………………………………….130 BPM
A2. Give Me a Chance………………………………………………..120 BPM
B1. Broader Disco…………………………………………………….120 BPM
B2. It’s Over………………………………………………………………125 BPM
C1. Visions of Serengeti…………………………………………….120 BPM
C2. Cutthroat……………………………………………………………128 BPM
D1. Naked Triple……………………………………………………….123 BPM
D2. Debonair (feat. Nice Rec)……………………………………..113 BPM
Enter the Machine Age
Artist: Pittsburgh Track Authority
Catalog No: PGHTRX-LP-01
Format: 2x12” LP
Available: May 2014
contact: erin@inthemachineage.com
twitter: @pghtrackauth / @inthemachineage
facebook: www.facebook.com/PittsburghTracks

Nina Sarnelle & Cosmic D’Alessando – The Lite


Meditation III: the Preparation
The Lite is a new meditation series for the adult contemporary lifestyle. Join Liteworkers Cosmic and Nina as they meditate on the improbable world we live in. This episode offers listeners a relaxing alternative to tax preparation. Sit back, zone out, and let us process your Schedule C.

overlypolitebisexual:

"if you were polite and nice with your activism we’d listen" no you wouldn’t you fucking liars