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if a song could be freedom mixtapes

As part of the if a song could be freedom…Organized Sounds of Resistance exhibition, we invited musicians, activists organizers to curate a mixtape on a theme and genre of their choice. Here is the current collection of those which have been released! Listen up!

Audio Interference 04: Dread Scott

In our newest podcast, Dread Scott, artist and friend of Interference Archive, speaks with Vero Ordaz about his art, life, and connections to the Chicago punk scene–including memories prompted by his recent donation of posters to the archive.

Audio Interference 01: Josh MacPhee

In this first entry in our new podcast series, Greg Mihalko interviews Josh MacPhee, co-founder of Interference Archive, about his collection of hardcore punk flyers and ephemera, some of which were featured in our recent exhibition, If a song could be freedom…organized sounds of resistance.

if a song could be freedom mixtape 004 – Tuning Baghdad by Regine Basha

  This weeks if a song could be freedom…mixtape Tuning Baghdad / Captiva version, is curated by Regine Basha. Mixed and Mastered at the Rauschenberg Residency by Jason Stilp Salah and Daood Al Kuwaiti – Walla ajabni jamalak Salah and Daood Al Kuwait – Ishrab Kasak Salima Pasha – Sa’at Janooni il wilfy wa dooni | More »