The Repressions were honored to be part of V.O.I.C.E. 4 Change this fall, an Art as Activism group in NYC organized by author and activist Vigilante Vegan. Follow them for more performances from artists of all kinds who defend animals!
Special thanks to Craig Seeman for filiming, find videos from V.O.I.C.E. 4 Change and more activism here: @seecraig
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.
Just over a year ago, two talented and compassionate music makers, Geno Maurillo and Michael Blow, founded an online group of vegan musicians, singers, songwriters, and videographers who are also vegan. The group quickly grew into hundreds of talented people from around the world, and now they have started their own YouTube channel to showcase these artists.
The Vegan Music Makers, in their words, “come from a love-based approach in hopes of helping to positively evolve the planet.” That means every video on this channel is by an artist who truly cares about animals, the environment and people, and they are living according to their values. It is wonderful company to keep, and The Repressions are very proud to be one of the first featured videos!
Visit the page to hear more from Geno Maurillo, David Giardina, Sophia Fletcher, Joe Deere and much more!
Wherever you listen to music, you can now find The Repressions’ first official track from the new Colorful Castle label. Whatever Happened To The Bookstore is available for streaming and download everywhere, and here are some helpful links for you!
Enchantment is a part of nature, and if you cannot be in nature, you must create your own. This song, written by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez for the movie Frozen II, is very inspiring to The Repressions.
Filmed live at Repressions Castle, this video is simple but very meaningful. The Repressions are honored to be performing this song during their set at Hudson Valley Vegfest Kingston Animalia concert this Saturday October 19 at BSP Kingston.
Wow! The Repressions are thrilled, honored and joyful to be playing BSP KINGSTON on Saturday October 19, at The Kingston Animalia Concert, part pf the weekend of Hudson Valley Vegfest. Kingston is a lovely town in the Hudson Valley (a short ride from NYC) and host to this wonderful festival.
Click here for the complete information on the festival. All proceeds benefit the Institute for Animal Happiness!