Many weeks in quarantine and life disrupted and derailed have affected us all so deeply~ a new emotional wave persists: What is coming? What will the new after be? Do we wait for it, search for it, or create it? This song is called To The After.
This festival was sadly cancelled, but the show went on, with dozens of performers, speakers and cool cats contributing. The full parade can be found in three installments on Veggie Pride Parade NYC’s new Youtube channel. Here is the sing-along video from part 2 by The Repressions:
The Repressions are so very honored to have won Best Original Song in the February Vegan Music Makers celebration, for their song “We Are the Strange Ones!”
Vegan Music Makers is a wonderful uplifting community founded in California by Geno Maurillo and Michael Blow. Find and follow the group on Facebook, and add these other artists to your playlist!
This means a lot, voted from a group of musical artists from all genres and walks of life, with the one common thread being a respect for animals and their freedom. Good company and very good music!
The Repressions are always working on new songs, and want to use this showcase to share some new, some newer, some softer and dreamier songs such as Starpool, From The Blue Green Sea, Quiet Solitude and Starlight Golfcourse. The showcase is hosted by the talented Jimmy Artache and promises to feature other cool local artists. No cover charge, just wild and soft music right near the 30th Avenue Subway stop in glorious Astoria. Hope to see you there!
Just one day away! This weekend long festival is going to be full of food and classes and art and music and ethical vendors and all to help animals! These are the songs The Repressions are excited to play:
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.
Thank you for watching!