Electronic dance music as medium for your message

It’s possible to deploy electronic dance music as a carrier, a medium for your message, whether it be song, rhyme or spoken word. Your call for socialjustice message, your “woke” message, your radical message, your rage message…

Too often we hear long House Music mixes where the vocal tracks on top of top-notch musical tracks are disappointing to say the least.

Let’s just say, “Booty House” has been done to death and leave it at that. Likewise there is just way too much, in our humble opinion, overtly sexist and sexploitive hip-hop out there.

That being said, we’re looking for people, particularly women vocalists (whether song, rhyme or spoke word) who want to do vocals on top of tracks laid down with basslines, drum, instrument lines etc. A few examples to give you an idea what we’re talking about here…

On another post we’ll start putting up some tracks that you can drop vocals over, using whatever audio recording tech you may have at your disposal. This is not a project that’s going to get you a spot on The Voice and isn’t going to be super hi-fidelity. If you’re already doing super hi-fi vocal tracks you don’t need this project.

Get in touch via email: greenpeoplesmedia(at)gmail(dot)com if you want to think about doing some collaborating…

Haz DJs version of “Overcome…”

Arundhati Roy, “Instant Mix, Imperial Democracy (Buy One Get One Free!)” mashup with LowKey & Immortal Technique that we made.

“He’s in Mining” – Rap from “Finally Got the News,” movie about the League of Revolutionary Black Workers, reggae-dub style… also made here.

Gil Scott-Heron, his rap on “The Blues,” track from a Derrick Carter house music set some time…

Barbara With “testifies” to the Wisconsin officials against GTAC mining company: “It’s called fascism, and that’s what’s happened to this state…” Also a home-made project using a backing track called “Dark Dubstep”.