A/V Miscellany

Passed along recently was a link to Immortal Technique’s “The Fourth Branch” set to a slideshow of war imagery. If you’re of the queasy sort, viewer discretion is advised. In a related vein, Skidmark Bob’s most recent episode of Pop Defect Radio, “A Day in the Life 2006,” lives up to its tagline in an especially metal flavor. Fellow talented splicer rx lays down faint funk around Martin Luther King, Jr’s “Beyond Vietnam” speech, resulting inRise Again” (9:56, 9.2 MB), making a piece first spoken 39 years ago (as of yesterday) sound like it’s talking about today.
Just for kicks, I looked up this site’s own top 10 music chart, based on the number of hits in March:
1. Rage Against the Machine – Guerrilla Radio
2. Wax Audio – Imagine This
3. The Clash – This is Radio Clash
4. The Ramones – We Want the Airwaves
5. Anti-Flag: Underground Network
6. Hunchentoot – Who Are You Bush
7. Mbanna Kantako/Human Rights Radio – Burn the Devil With Truth
8. rx – My Name Is Rx
9. Molotov Cocktail – FCC
10. Xzibit – State of the Union