What is coming? What will the new after be? Do we wait for it, search for it, or create it? The Repressions new song is called To The After, and will be released on January 23rd on all music streaming and download platforms on Saturday January 23rd. Join The Repressions for a live stream concert and celebration that evening, 9pm EST on https://www.twitch.tv/therepressions.
Bright Lights, and A Wild New Year! For the past two years Nate and Barbara celebrated New Year’s Eve with merriment and music, and a video for their song Bright Lights. This year features a performance of their song from their live stream show, the nature of live art made possible by the wildness of technology.
Bright Lights is a journey of love and change, reconciling our natural selves in the modern world, nature against and with machinery, and leaping into your life even when you cannot see. Happy New Year Friends. Thank you for being here again.
The Repressions are going to keep singing and playing through the rest of this wild year… Join us for TWO live stream concerts on Thursday January 31, 7PM on TWITCH, AND 9pm on YOUTUBE. We’ll be playing songs of sorrow and songs of joy, live from home in our colorful little castle. To The After!
9PM – YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHBu…
Twitch Music is growing, and The Repressions are so happy to have found this new online venue, with viewers and streamers worldwide all day every day. The Repressions have seen some great performers, lots of creativity, beautiful staging, cats and chats! Find the link at the top of this website along with all of the links, or click here: https://www.twitch.tv/therepressions
This is a song about forgiveness, trying to forgive, risking and swimming and falling and colliding into yourself, and all we must dive through to learn what forgiveness truly is… From The Repressions 11/14/20 live stream show on TwitchMusic… with added lyrics! You can find the official track for “From The Blue Green Sea” on all music streaming platforms!
Ophelia’s Song means so much to The Repressions. This song is inspired by literary characters who meet a tragic end, and imagines offering them compassion, in order to find their own self-worth. We have the strength to be our own shelter. and to pull ourselves out of the darkest water.
Find this song today on all music streaming and download platforms:
APPLE MUSIC/ITUNES: https://music.apple.com/us/album/ophelias-song/1538369863?i=1538369864
AMAZON MUSIC: https://music.amazon.com/artists/B08BHWF1X8/the-repressions
Twitch has truly become a fine place for musicians and community. The Repressions are moving more of their livestream performances to their Twitch channel, and looking forward to the Halloween show stream. Find the link at the top of this website along with all of the links, or click here:
The Repressions are playing a lively set of music, live from their castle to get you in the Halloween Spirit! Listen to live music and original songs while you get your wings and crowns and fangs and clever conspiracy theory costumes together for a weird Halloween. The Repressions will start streaming live on Youtube at 6pm and later on Twitch at 7pm~ Join us, and do like and subscribe and follow us. Booooooooo….
March of 2020 was the last time The Repressions performed in front of a live (non virtual) audience. While they long for these shows again, they are grateful that that small evening was blessed with a long set and a lovely audience.
Moonlight Magic is a wonderful example of Forest Music, and a misty dream that we will make our forests anywhere, through music and art and love and hope.
When we are in deep despair, walking through the world around us can be a dissociative experience, looking at others who seem “normal” as though they exist in some other realm, where doing everyday activities and enjoying life is no challenge. Depression, and states of feeling outside of the conventional society, can make us feel as though we are only floating through the traditional world, unseen.
This new video on Youtube today features Barbara Dragon performing The Repressions original song “Ghost Walk” and hoping very much that it makes someone out there feel understood, and not alone.