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Archive: Jun 2015

“All You Need is a Loaded Gun”: Black Panther Party Funk, from Studio 360

Here’s a piece from WNYC’s, Studio 360, about the Black Panther band The Lumpen. We feature a small collection of music related to the movements and organizations discussed, in our new exhibition if a song could be freedom…Organized Sounds of Resistance.

if a song could be freedom… Exhibition opening

Thanks to everyone who joined us on June 25th for the opening of if a song could be freedom… Organized Sounds of Resistance.  We wanted to share some photos of the opening; it was incredible to see all of this on the walls and spend time listening to music together! For those of you who couldn’t | More »

if a song could be freedom mixtape 001 – Latin American Political Songs by Felipe Mujica & Johanna Unzueta

We will be releasing a mixtape each week for the duration of the if a song could be freedom…Organized Sounds of Resistance exhibition. We have asked organizers, musicians and fellow travelers to curate songs on a variety of themes. It brings us great pleasure to share with you the first installment of If a song | More »

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flyers for if a song could be freedom…Organized Sounds of Resistance exhibition

Promo cards for our next exhibition, if a song could be freedom…Organized Sounds of Resistance. We’d love help getting these out in the world; to events, record stores, venues, and your fridge!Drop by the archive and pick some up! Opens June 25th, 7-10pm

Urban Omnibus, June 8, 2015

The banners of tenant activists in Brooklyn were bright and colorful, but their messages were deadly serious. “1 Crisis Away From Street” read one, while a twin declared, “Can’t Afford Rent Increase.” Flyers detailed the links between policing, redevelopment, displacement, and homelessness, while placards expressed solidarity from citywide housing organizations, local unions, and movements against | More »

if a song could be freedom… 7″ + Catalog

Interference Archive is preparing for its next exhibition, if a song could be freedom . . . Organized Sounds of Resistance. As an accompaniment to the exhibition and catalog, we will also be pressing a limited edition 7” vinyl record in collaboration with Textual Records.

Audio recording: Panel on the role law and legal work in the housing movement

Thank you to everyone who joined us on May 21 for our panel discussion on the role of law and litigation in the housing movement. Listen to an audio recording of the event here:

We Won’t Move Closing Party! Short Films and Discussion

Sunday, June 14, 4pm

Join us for an afternoon of short films about housing justice in NYC to celebrate the closing of this exhibition after a great three months!

if a song could be freedom… Poster

Exhibition poster for Interference Archive’s 2015 if a song could be freedom… show. Designed by Josh MacPhee, printed by Kevin Caplicki at Bushwick Print Lab. 3 color screenprint 100 lb. cover stock 12.5″ x 19″ $20 (Notice, when you click to buy you will be brought to our partner Justseeds Artists Cooperative, where the sale | More »