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 is a lovely way to connect with artists around the country, please enjoy this new offering of artists and a live acoustic performance of The Repressions song “Medicate Me.” Live premiere on Youtube Saturday January 4 at 1pm Eastern Standard Time.
The Burning Machine — “Cassilda’s Song” — https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9He…
The Repressions — “Medicate Me” — https://therepressions.com/
Medals In The Chute — “I wish I had the same healthcare as my Pokémon” — https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzD5…
Jim Ferrara — “Dec 2019 Open Mic Submission” — https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC01W…
Ingham Station — “Come Back Home” — http://www.facebook.com/inghamstation
Vegas Showboat Limbo — Royal Jelly — https://campsite.bio/vegasshowboatlimbo
Last year Nate and Barbara celebrated New Year’s Eve with merriment and music, and a video for their song Bright Lights. They decided to make this a tradition, and this year the lyrics are on screen. Bright Lights is a journey of love and change, reconciling our natural selves in the modern world, and leaping into your life even when you cannot see.
Happy New Year Friends. Thank you for being here.
Such fun playing holiday songs for a lovely crowd… The Repressions jazzed up this classic, and send you warm wishes….
Do our instincts work against our growth? Why do we act out in wildness while we further ourselves from the natural world?
Tonight on Youtube we have a lyric video for the song “What’s To Be Expected of the Wild,” performed unplugged at Repressions’ Castle.
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!
The Repressions open each show with this one minute introduction song, complete with lyrics and comics.
So come on kids paint the Strange One’s spackle, shake off your shackle, don’t give your demographic to the cruel and needy greed, don’t let them feed, steer them to their knees… Until we rearrange let’s force the change, make their savage selfishness seem so strange… We Are The Strange Ones
A bit blurry (let’s call it artistic) but here is the newer version of this song, with the wonderful addition of Nate Lay on guitar and vocals…