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Distroism Now! is a new monthly podcast on It’s Going Down. Each episode is hosted by a different distro, and the style, length and content of each episode is whatever the hosts want it to be. At the end of each episode, the host nominates a new distro to do the next episode.
In this episode, Filler Distro tells a ghost story that Pittsburgh’s tried to bury beneath its bullshit progressive image, talks distroism with the Portland Litter Bloc, and bumps some of our favorite punk, hardcore, crust, and hip-hop tracks…among other things.
– Ghost Town – The Specials (1981)
– Blinded by Power – Cop Problem, “S-T” (2012)
– Wolf Dancin’ – Savage Fam (2020)
– Eternal War – Storm of Sedition, “Howl of Dynamite” (2019)
– Four Teeth – True Widow, “Circumambulation” (2013)
– 5.45 – Gang of Four, “Entertainment!” (1979)
– Extinction – Existence, “Out of Time” (2018)
– Insurrection – Conspiracy of Denial, “S-T” (2013)
– Violencia en las Calles – Muro, “La Masacre Continua” (2021)
An anarcho-punk benefit compilation album that Chaos-T Records released a few months back. not only does this shit rip but all the proceeds from the album directly support anarchists on the ground in Colombia, so support our troops and go pick up the album. you can find a link to the bandcamp in the shownotes for this episode
– First In, First Out – The Suburbanists, “Eat From The Tree” (2021)
– Run it Up – Atlas Telamon (2020)
– alienate – flouride, “disentanglement” (2019)
– Exempt – no right (2021)
Fight or Die – Arid, “S-T” (2021)
Further Reading / Sources in No Particular Order
- Legends & Lore of Western Pennsylvania By Thomas White
- Kilbuck and Killbuck Island by Margaret Pearson Bothwell
- Kleinberg, S. J. The Shadow of the Mills: Working-Class Families in Pittsburgh, 1870-1907. University of Pittsburgh Press, 1991.
- The Historical Record, Volumes 2-3. Edited by Frederick Charles Johnson, Press of the Wilkes-Barre. Record, 1888.
- Lubove. Twentieth-century Pittsburgh; Government, Business, and Environmental Change. New York: Wiley, 1969. 1-9.
- “Carnegie Museum of Art Collection of Photographs.” Historic Pittsburgh,
- Krause, Paul L. “Patronage and Philanthropy in Industrial America: Andrew Carnegie and the Free Library in Braddock, Pa.” The Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine , Apr. 1988.
- Pierce, Edward. Pitt the Elder. Google Books,
- Ayling, Stanley Edward (1976). The Elder Pitt, Earl of Chatham. New York: D. McKay
- “Jeffrey Amherst and Smallpox Blankets.” Amherst and Smallpox, www.umass.edu/legal/derrico/amherst/lord_jeff.html.
- “Case File Steelworker: Andrew (Henry) Striegel.” Labor Legacy Archive, University of Pittsburgh,
- How It Might Should Be Done – Idris Robinson
- The Devil’s Night:On the Ungovernable Spirit of Halloween
Just a Few Zine Distros/Archives we Print From, in No Order Whatsoever.
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