ARGH KiD: Dickhead DNA – new single!

ARGH KiD return with an absolute punk hip hop ska belter that resonates the sign of our times today. David Scott hits the nail on the head with his intelligent lyrics backed by a band that know the score. With added balls and all from Isaac Taylor, the man behind the guitars from rising band […] The post ARGH KiD: Dickhead DNA – new single! appeared first on Louder Than War.

ARGH KiD: Dickhead DNA – new single!

ARGH KiD return with an absolute punk hip hop ska belter that resonates the sign of our times today. David Scott hits the nail on the head with his intelligent lyrics backed by a band that know the score. With added balls and all from Isaac Taylor, the man behind the guitars from rising band No Hot Ashes. Wayne Carey checks this shit hot stuff out yet again from the mind of Levy / Longsight hip hop punk creator.

Dave is not fucking about during lockdown. He’s already come up with the goods before this shit kicked off. Check out R10T, an incendiary call out to the fucking goon Boris Johnson and his corrupt government. Derelict Dreams was his calling card before this nonsense and his music style just changes with every release. Just check out this ska monster of a tune. Political yet comedic as is Dave’s way of addressing the issues of our every day life in Manchester with relates to everyone on our supposedly fair isles. One of the most relevant artists around with a band to match. He can change style whenever he pleases yet keeps to his hip hop roots with his blend of style reaching right back into the archives of traditional black music. This is a big FUCK YOU to all the no brainers out there waving their flags. How the fuck do they wave them when your knuckles are scraping the tarmac?

Check the lyrics…

“The Origin of this Species was misplaced, off Charlie Darwin’s Evolutionary Stage.

Fit them in between neanderthal and ape Their natural habitat is a Wetherspoons Cave, leathered loons they want their country back They do Nazi salutes, wear Union Jacks aggression makes up where education lacks.

Cos They don’t realise we all started black, nothing you can do nothing you can say…. Dickhead DNA Dickhead DNA.

It’s late in the PM, and her bottles barren. She’s ranting online, “DM Me Sharon” Cos what you’re up to is quite apparent. posting clickbaits for thick mates, but whatever you’re selling I’m not in to it.

She thinks grabbing by the pussy is intimate, by a fat satsuma who is impoten.t But he’s got a real hard on for immigrants. nothing you can do… nothing you can say…. Dickhead DNA Dickhead DNA.

There’s people crying on the streets bout statues. Those men used to beat black blue now, they’re down in capital acting like their radical… The Origin of this Species was misplaced, off Charlie Darwin’s evolutionary stage.

Fit them in between neanderthal and ape Their natural habitat is a Wetherspoons Cave. Leathered loons they want their country back. They do Nazi Salutes, Wear Union Jacks. Aggression makes up where education lacks, cos they don’t know we all started black.”

Black Lives Matter

Words by Wayne Carey who writes for Louder Than War. His author profile is here 

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Harry Connick Jr. Honors Workers During Pandemic Road Trip

Harry Connick Jr. embarked on a pandemic road trip to meet essential workers around the country who were risking their lives during the pandemic.

Harry Connick Jr. Honors Workers During Pandemic Road Trip

Singer and actor Harry Connick Jr. has spent a lot of his life on tour buses and traveling from city to city, but even when the pandemic shut down the country, he couldn’t sit still.

With the help of his daughter, Georgia Connick, who is a filmmaker, and a bunch of GoPro cameras, he embarked on a pandemic road trip to meet essential workers around the country who were risking their lives during the pandemic.

United We Sing: A Grammy Tribute to the Unsung Heroes, a TV special that airs on CBS on Sunday (June 21) at 8 p.m. ET/PT, highlights the everyday heroes along his journey to New Orleans, with help from Connick’s celebrity pals including Brad Pitt, Oprah Winfrey, Sandra Bullock and Renee Zellweger. The show also features musical performances from Jamie Foxx, Cyndi Lauper, Branford and Wynton Marsalis, Dave Matthews, Tim McGraw, Irma Thomas and more.

“I just want to reach out and meet some of these folks, sanitation workers or elementary school teachers or people that are working at food banks,” Harry Connick said. “These are the people that are keeping the supply chain going and keeping our lives going.”

Over the course of about 12 days, Georgia Connick filmed her father on handheld cameras or GoPros as he drove a recreational vehicle to learn about how the new coronavirus was affecting workers in public transportation, grocery stores, health care and more.

“Watching these people do their everyday jobs, not necessarily thinking they’re heroes, but everyone else thinking they are heroes, is very incredible,” Georgia Connick said.

They started their trip at a hospital in the Queens borough of New York City, where Connick’s sister, an Army Reserve colonel and psychiatrist, helped with the Pentagon’s response to the pandemic.

“It was highly emotional,” Harry Connick said. “We wanted to do a show that was about celebration as opposed to constantly reminding people of how sad the situation is. And it is. But there’s a lot of silver linings.”

Once reaching his hometown of New Orleans, Harry Connick walked through the empty streets of Bourbon Street, the neon-lit entertainment hotspot normally filled with music, drinking and dancing that had gone quiet during the pandemic.

“The mayor was kind enough to let us film on Bourbon Street under very, very tight circumstances and conditions,” he said.

Instead of the traditional second line parade, the dancers and musicians stayed 12 feet apart, dancing in place with masks.

“We hope when people watch on Sunday night, they’ll kind of have a respite from the normal barrage of bad news,” he said.

The special will raise funds for charities that support underserved children, including No Kid Hungry and the Ellis Marsalis Center for Music in New Orleans, as well as to the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund, a charitable organization of the Recording Academy.

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