Get Angry is a collaboration between Rich Medina and painter Tatyana Fazlalizadeh. Inspired by the fervor of protest that threatened to boil over in 2011, Tatyana created a series of paintings to illustrate the various movements – from Tahrir Sq to Wall St, from London to Troy Davis, from Slutwalk to the demand for gay marriage rights – while Rich created a mix of songs that represent the spirit and energy of revolution. Rich Medina throws in artists like Public Enemy, Syl Johnson, J Dilla, and even Dorothy Ashby (for that, Rich gets extra credit). Good for getting angry and funky at the same time. Stream below and download the whole thing to cop the accompanying .pdf booklet with Tatyana’s art + descriptions.
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