Hi, hi, hi, hi! We have another two set of leftist origins stories on This Proletarian Life. Today we have Ben and Micah on to share their stories about how they both escaped reactionary and fascist thinking, then became Marxists. On this episode, I played around a bit with the format and mixed both stories together throughout. ALSO I tried to mute a bunch of my laughing in the background, but there's only so much editing that can be done, haha. Ben and Micah were both great to talk to! Let me know what you think about it in my DMs on twitter (@neuralekx)! Thank you for listening. :)
Find Ben at www.twitter.com/SovietGanjaFarm and @nordic_mlm on Instagram.
Find Micah at www.twitter.com/smthngthftsme
Music included in this episode:
"Where I'm From" -- Onra
"Middlesex Times" -- Michael Andrews
"Dream of Her" -- Kudasai
"Napoleon Hangs Up The Phone" -- John Swihart
"Sway, Sway" -- Heinali
"Myrrh" -- Coubo
"New Year's in Guang Zhou" -- Onra
"Stay With Me" -- Onra
"Intro" -- The xx
"You" -- Gold Panda
Hello, and welcome to the first episode of the leftist origins stories series for This Proletarian Life! This time around we have Jules Taylor and Justin here to share their stories of how they became Marxists.
Jules Taylor is a music artist living in NY. You can find his music on Spotify / Apple Music, and his website is JulesTaylorMusic.com.
Follow his music here:
Facebook | Instagram | Listen Now
Follow his politics at @revolutionaryliterature (instagram)
Justin is a Coloradan Marxist-Leninist and podcaster. You can find Justin on Proles of the Round Table at www.prolespod.com, on facebook, and @prolespod on Twitter.
Music included in this episode:
"Mai's Theme" -- Onra
"Alberto Balsalm" -- Aphex Twin
"Where is My Mind?" -- Maxence Cyrin
"Cumbia del Olvido" -- Nicola Cruz
"Autumn Moon Shining over the Calm Lake" -- Onra
"Bus Rider" -- John Swihart
"Memories from 1968" -- Onra
"Awake" -- Tycho
"Universe" -- Coubo
"Moscow Nights" -- Vladimir Troshin
Thank you for listening! Please send me any feedback you can. :)
Here's a preview and introduction to the Leftist Origins series I'm working on for This Proletarian Life! I'm excited to share all of these stories with everyone. I've been working hard on these in my spare time, along with everything else on my plate.
Comrade sneak peaks included in this preview -- Johnny, Andria, Jose, Micah, and Ben.
Music is "Cumbia de Tototl" by El Buho -- check out their work, it's amazing.
Thanks for listening and hope you'll come back to hear the first episode (starring Justin & Jules) of this series -- coming soon.
This is the first episode of This Proletarian Life, where your host, Alekx, narrates an essay she wrote about why weeaboos are problematic. Please forgive the poor microphone situation on this episode. Thank you!
Songs included are purely for entertainment purposes and no copyright infringement is intended.
If you enjoyed any of the music included in this audio essay, please go support the artists themselves -- each of them are amazing and have some great materials!
"Loyalty" -- Onra
"Kawaii" -- Bad Snacks
"Shibuya" -- Bad Snacks
"Technicolor" -- Kudasai
"Kefi" -- Harald Kindseth
"Mrs. Ho" -- Onra
"Hide and Seek" -- Onra
"Tea Vendor On The Street" -- Onra
"Kaneda's Theme" -- Geinoh Yamashirogum