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Podcast from Anticapitalist Resistance, a revolutionary socialist organisation based in England and Wales. Analysis and commentary on everything from politics, economics, social issues and philosophy. Also fighting in the front line of the culture war on the anti-Nazi side.
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The Adaptors

Flora Lichtman and SoundVision Productions

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A podcast about life on Earth during a weird time: now. We visit people who are thinking about the future and figuring out how we will adapt to a changing planet. Hosted by Science Friday alum Flora Lichtman, produced by Freakonomics Radio/The Atlantic alum Katherine Wells.
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stopGOstop is a podcast that explores the idea that sound recordings can act as sediment — an accumulation of recorded cultural material — distributed via rss feed, and listened to on headphones. Each episode is a new sonic layer, incorporating field recordings, plunderphonics, and electroacoustic sound, all composed together in one episode or, alternately, presented individually as striations. The podcast has evolved over its existence, started as a field recording podcast in 2012 the first ...
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An audio version of the article Grifter Capital by Simon Hannah and Rowan Fortune, available on the ACR website here. --- Capitalism’s defenders pride their system on turning private vice into public virtue, but this depends on individual greed seamlessly becoming a motor force for investment in production and innovation. In this long read, Simon H…
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Concrete blocks, a bit of feedback, a slow melody, erosion, moving, turning to a beat to move forward, sitting and thinking about the future. A recycling of some of the sonic elements from 103 of the podcast, Unknown Movement Underground, originally uploaded in July of 2018. Sine waves rearranged for sample instruments, field recordings are replace…
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The water flows north this morning. The sun, it seems to be moving slower over the lake, gaining altitude, finding its way through the clouds. The birds, mostly geese, sparrows, and pigeons today… I wonder if they see what I see. Do they marvel at the sun, the clouds, and the reflective light on the lake? Their brains are made of the same gray stuf…
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Michael Sturza introduces his excellent book The London Revolution, 1640-43: Class Struggles in Seventeenth Century England about the social revolution that ended up with the overthrow of the English monarchy and the beheading of the king. Sturza looks at the impact of the social revolution on the people in London.…
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Tansy Hoskins talks about her book Stitched Up: The Anti-Capitalist Book of Fashion and how the modern fashion industry affects workers, consumers and the environment. She also points to a vision of how things might be different and why clothing, fashion and the way we feel about how we look matters. Actress Emma Watson said about the book "Makes a…
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Hayao Miyazaki’s anime Porco Rosso (1992) is an anti-fascist fantasy film about a anthropomorphic pig bounty hunter living in the Adriatic Sea, catching air pirates. The title translates as Red Pig and delves into the titular’s past, as he flees the Italian fascist regime of Benito Mussolini. In this podcast Rowan Fortune (they/them) and Logan O’Ha…
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A look at left wing football firms, the political battle on the terraces, the fight against the fascists and the importance of taking sport seriously - interview with Stewart McGill about his new book The Roaring Red Front. For more information please visit https://www.theroaringredfront.com/By Anticapitalist Radio
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Ian Parker, a prominent psychologist and psychoanalyst, discusses his latest book Stalinist Realism and Open Communism, recently published by Resistance Books. For a review of his book please visit https://marxandphilosophy.org.uk/reviews/20788_stalinist-realism-and-open-communism-malignant-mirror-or-free-association-by-ian-parker-reviewed-by-nick-…
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Does the working class still exist and if it does does it even matter any more? Rowan and Simon discuss the way capitalism creates a working class and the battle for class conciousness against capital. They talk about the role of working class agency in struggling for socialism and the contradictions within capitalism that means it will always fail…
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This episode has one of the last speeches that Neil Faulkner gave before he sadly passed away earlier this year from pancreatic cancer. Neil gives his analysis on the world situation and the contradiction developing within global politics in light of creeping fascism and global warming. We also have an exclusive interview with Julia Câmara, a socia…
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A field recording of Lake Michigan, interweaving chromatic scales, and arpeggios, episode 165 of the podcast features a new composition for a small ensemble (or rather a computer pretending to be a small ensemble). The piece was partly inspired by several bike rides I took this weekend, from Evanston to a nature preserve near South Shore Cultural C…
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A new composition for watching the snow melt, or watching the ice float on the Lake, or to calm the mind as it awaits the future. Always remember, composer Milton Feldman worked at his family’s business (manufacturing children’s coats) until he was forty-four, so work tomorrow isn’t going to be that bad. This piece is the second in a series of work…
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After an unintended 5 month hiatus, the stopGOstop podcast is back with episode 159. Evanston or Midwest in Midwinter or I don’t understand Mark Rothko is a 14-minute composition featuring field recordings of walking in the snow, a brass quintet, sine waves, and a positive attitude.By john wanzel
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Episode 158 of the podcast features four field recordings from a weekend out and about (August 21 and 22, 2021). On Saturday, I rode my bike downtown to record outside the Phillies v Padres baseball game. Then, while I was downtown, I walked through the outdoor restaurants/bars in the Gaslamp Quarter. On Sunday, while on the way back from lunch (we…
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I have been thinking a bit about electronic voice phenomenon (EVP), clairvoyance, and ways of hearing outside of the normal lately. This is partially influenced by the book Thought-Forms by Annie Besant and C.W. Leadbeater, written in 1901. In short, the book explores the visual manifestations of thoughts and the notion that they exist as objects. …
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Can we revisit our past and change it? Jerome wakes up in Omaha, thinking about Jaws, and the summer of 2003. Then, a reporter recounts her experience at an anti-war protest, followed by Jerome talking a bit about the Utah Jazz, Lebron James, and how to make a proper scrambled egg. Summertime features the voice talents of Anna Clark, Brian Taylor, …
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Where do history and memory intersect? Episode five features long sections of fan-fiction involving Ann Rutledge and Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln, as well as more information about the end of the relationship between Jerome and Regina.. Honest features the voice talents of Anna Clark, Brian Taylor, and John Wanzel. The program is written, composed…
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How do past, present, and future change when a loved one dies? Episode four is the story of Remy. It takes place in the forest, and involves the CIA, stress positions, Labor Day, the highway, and an undiscovered country.. The Story of Remy features the voice talents of Anna Clark, Brian Taylor, and John Wanzel. The program is written, composed, and…
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As part of its inaugural season of the Idaho Street Workshop, the stopGOstop podcast is releasing parallel projects for each episode. Episode 153 is a character study of Jerome, who is the lens that most of the story is told through. It features the sounds of traffic, riding public transportation, crickets, as well as computer-based guitars, synthe…
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A new sound collage featuring the beginnings of the Iraq war, existential-phenomenological foundations for a science of persons, with tuba, xylophone, clarinet, flute, pulsing feedback, and a field recording of the French countryside recorded in the summer of 2003. . As part of its inaugural season of the Idaho Street Workshop, the podcast will be …
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What fills in the voids of memory? In episode 2, Jerome interviews Regina about Nick’s death. A discussion about movies and secrets is interspersed with stage directions and the WHO’s report on the global burden of disease. The program concludes with an interview with Tamara. Night Moves features the voice talents of Anna Clark, Brian Taylor, and J…
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What do you remember more, the death of a friend or the death of thousands? The series begins with an interview recounting the summer of 2003 and the death of Nick. The episode then traces Jerome’s family history in the armed forces, the start of the Iraq war, the beginning of Covid-19, and gun violence in Chicago. As part of the first season of th…
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A transformation/remix of how do you think i began in the world, an album I released in April 2020. In the wolrd rearranges and revoices about of a quarter of the orginal elements of the piece. I have also added bits and pieces of audio from the rehearsal launch of Apollo One. If you would like to support the podcast, please think about purchasing …
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