Milk & Vodka: Set list and discussion topic for June 6th

Shannon and the Clams' album Sleep Talk
 
Artist: Ladytron
Song: Seventeen
Album: The best of: 00-10
 
Artist: Megan Bonell
Album: Maps
Song: Lake Superior 
 
Artist: Shannon and Clams
Album: Sleep Talk
Song: Tired of Being Bad
 
 
 
 
Artist: the Sandwitches 
Album: Mrs. Jones Cookies
Song: Summer of Love
 
Artist: The Locusts Have No King
Album: New Years Eve
Song: Still Fed
 
Artist: Deni-gen
Album: the square root of fun
Song: Baby Birds
 
Artist: Lauryn hill
Album: Unplugged
Song: I get out 
 
Artist: Vikings on Vacation
Album: Ensemble Polaris
Song: Reel from Dorin House
 
This week we discussed the “not racist but” article on Colourlines . As well the actvist, Brigette DePape
Make sure to check out Crissi Cochrane at Taloola Cafe Friday June 10th at 8pm.
Also, check out Roxanne Jackson‘s MONSTER showing at Artcite, going on now until August 6th. 
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Milk & Vodka: May 16

Little Scream's Album "The Golden Record"

 
Artist: Rose Cousins 
Song: If You Were For Me
Album: Lost in the Valley

 

Artist: Vera Bila & Kale
Song: Kale Kalone
Album: Pas O Panori

 

*Artist: Elisapie Isaac
Song: There Will be Stars
Album: Butterfly

 

Artist: Bebel Gilberto
Song: All in One
Album: The Real Thing

 

Artist: Little Scream
Song: The Lamb
Album: The Golden Record

 

Artist: Dum Dum Girls
Song: Take Care of My Baby
Album: He Gets Me High

 

Artist: Julie Doiron
Song: You Look So Alive
Album: Woke Myself Up

 

*Artist: Stars
Song: Window Bird
Album: In Our Bedroom after the War

 

*Artist: Lily Frost
Song: Bliss
Album: Situation

 

*Artist: Quiet Parade
Song: Martin Luther
Album: Labour Day

 

Artist: Sally Seltman
Song: The Truth
Album: Hearts that Pounding

 

Artist: Natacha Atlas
Song: Yallah Chant
Album: The Best Of

 

Artist: The Cardigans
Song: Don’t Blame Your Daughter
Album: Super Extra Gravity

 

Artist: Rachel Goodrich
Song: Easier Said Than Done
Album: self titles 
*Canadian Artist

 

This week we talked about DIY activism, focusing on the work and writing of Detroit activist, Grace Lee Boggs. Check out her amazing interview on Democracy Now.