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1. Bon Iver – 22, A Million [Jagjaguwar]
2. MNDSGN – Body Wash [Stones Throw]
3. Warpaint – Heads Up [Rough Trade]
4. Bludwork – Nightmare [100% Silk]
5. Akasha System – Vague Response [100% Silk]
6. Drugdealer – The End of Comedy [Weird World]
7. Hieroglyphic Being & J.I.T.U. Ahn-Sahm Buhl – We Are Not the First [RVNG Int’l]
8. Macy Gray – Stripped [Chesky]
9. Local Natives – Sunlit Youth [Loma Vista]
10. Motel Radio – Desert Surf Films [RC]

The Myrrors - Entranced Earth

Hey y'all, I host Storm Surge of Reverb from 4-6pm on Mondays. All my favorite surf stuff will find its way over to stormsurgeofreverb.com later, but in order to keep myself sane I still listen to plenty of other music. This seems like as good a place as any to post my favorite 2016 stuff. And my unfavorites that made me mad. In no particular order...

1. De La Soul – And the Anonymous Nobody [AOI/Rough Trade]
2. Video Age – Living Alone [Inflated]
3. Angel Olsen – My Woman [Jagjaguwar]
4. Local Natives – Sunlit Youth [Loma Vista]
5. Warpaint – Heads Up [Rough Trade]
6. Bon Iver – 22, A Million [Jagjaguwar]
7. M.I.A. – AIM [Interscope]
8. A$AP Mob – Cozy Tapes Vol. 1 Friends [RCA]
9. MNDSGN – Body Wash [Stones Throw]
10. Flock of Dimes – If You See Me, Say Yes [Partisan]

water protectors assemble on the mississippi river next to the USACE New Orleans District Office

https://goo.gl/IVlASw  <--mp3 link, 24 min

Cherri Foytlin,  Bold Louisiana​ “The government has told them they cannot drill…they have said they have every intention of drilling underneath that water, you know why? They’ve got enough money to pay a fine, they don’t care, there’s no teeth, nobody’s holding them to task, you know? The only thing that’s going to hold them to task is you and me and everybody else, right?” 

OPPRC assembles downtown

https://goo.gl/lSXdsg <--mp3 20 min

"The decision on whether or not he thinks a phase 3 is needed will be on December the 1st, so the OPPRC, a coalition made of stakeholders including people who were formerly incarcerated are holding a vigil form Nov 30 to Dec 1st to rally support form the community to pressure the decision makers to not build a phase 3 facility which would cost about 55 M dollars in FEMA money, and instead renovate the 1438 bed facility which could achieve the same purpose but cost $8-9 M." 

Listen to Janet Hays of Healing Minds NOLA speak to the context for a vigil called by Orleans Parish Prison Reform Coalition (OPPRC) overnight from 30 Nov to 1 Dec at Gravier Park. More information and updates can be found here


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