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Extreme Music and Sensible Politics!  Your One-Stop Guide To The Progressive Left-Hand Path!  Edutallic Grunting and Polysyllabic Blastotainment!  Every Monday from 9-11 PM, hosted by your pal Telly Thanatos, only on Knoxville Community Radio, The People’s Radio Station!

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Some groups you might hear on the show:
ThouChthe’ilistInter ArmaRipper, Nightbringer, The Body, Spectral Lore, Morbid AngelNapalm DeathImmolationSwansDeath GripsDiamanda GalasWesley WillisGlenn Branca,
and of course the occasional heavy metal classic from the likes of Sabbath, Maiden, or Priest


The Taste of Love.

Thanks for supporting Knoxville Community Radio and Bang on ~ TT

The Bicameral Soundcloud – Speeches, Exposés, Sonic Shenanigans

A Mission Statement

For Your Edification

A Time For Treason
Syllabus For White People to Educate Themselves
Back To Academia, In Struggle
10 Books By Indigenous Authors You Should Read
Radical Political Action
Twenty Lessons From The Twentieth Century

Here are most of the speakers I’ve featured on previous episodes of this radio show.  (If you want to go further with any of these authors, there’s plenty of material that can be had for free via the internet, and usually plenty more at your local library.)

Cornel West

Noam Chomsky.  Bibliography/Filmography

Slavoj Žižek

Sheldon Wolin

Julian Jaynes

Howard ZinnA People’s History of the United States.  


“We don’t have to wait for some grand utopian future. The future is an endless succession of presents, and to live now as we think humans should live, in defiance of all that is bad around us, is itself a marvelous victory.” ~ Howard Zinn

John Ralston SaulVoltaire’s Bastards.

Michelle AlexanderThe New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness.

Arundhati Roy. TBH episode on her edition of B.R. Ambedkar’s The Annihilation of Caste with links to additional information here.

Naomi Klein, The Shock Doctrine.

Jeffrey Perry, comments on the work of Hubert H. Harrison and Theodore Allen, which deal with intersections of class and race in American history, and the origins of the modern concept of race in the 17th Century.

David Graeber



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