Posts by Jesus H. Chris

Public Forum, Thursday Jan 13th: Examining the Continuing Disaster in Haiti

Posted by on January 5th, 2011 in Band News

When Jordy-Boy isn't instantly cracking unbelievably expensive 19" crash cymbals here in the basement, he works with the Winnipeg-Haiti Solidarity Group, who are related to the Canada Haiti Action Network. Next Thursday, Jan 13th, 7PM, at the Rudolph Rocker Cultural Center at 91 Albert St, 3rd Floor, they are ... (more)

Capital Givers/ Takers Record

Posted by on January 3rd, 2011 in Band News

Hey, check out this free download of this record i mixed/ mastered recently for a great band from Long Island NY called Capital. Cheers to these guys for letting me get in on it!

Propagandhi Podcast Episode #1

Posted by on December 21st, 2010 in Podcasts

Click here to regret the next 39 minutes of your life to download.

Official Release Day!

Posted by on December 10th, 2010 in Band News

Today, December 10th, marks the official release of both the incredible Sacrifice/ propagandhi split 7" and the New Kitchen Traditions community vegan cookbook! Joy to the world! The Lord is...come??

Planet’s Biggest Goofs Getting Clowned

Posted by on November 29th, 2010 in Band News

As per Znet: Wikileaks began on Sunday November 28th publishing 251,287 leaked United States embassy cables, the largest set of confidential documents ever to be released into the public domain. The documents will give people around the world an unprecedented insight into US Government foreign activities. See them here. If you are ... (more)

Propagandhi in Print 2: New Kitchen Traditions Vegan Cookbook

Posted by on November 17th, 2010 in Band News

I think these are only being sold here in Winnipeg for now, but if anyone in town is interested in a great DIY vegan cookbook that, in addition to many other contributors, features recipes from me, Todd, Jord and Beave, check this out: New Kitchen Traditions is a Winnipeg-made, vegan cookbook, ... (more)

Propagandhi in Print 1: European Journal of American Studies

Posted by on November 17th, 2010 in Band News

Wow, it took us 24 years, but we finally did it: we finally got mentioned in the European Journal of American Studies, which, of couse, like most young bangers relentlessly playing with themselves in the 80's, we have dreamed of since we were kids. But seriously, this is an ... (more)

“I hate adults and all that adulthood represents…”

Posted by on November 14th, 2010 in Band News

i couldn't have put it any better myself, so let us take heed of the candid remarks of resident bizarro-savant Todd the Rod Kowalski as seen here in Kite magazine.

Let’s Try This Again…Who’s Putting Out Our Next Record?

Posted by on November 4th, 2010 in Band News

Don't make us do it ourselves. We've all seen what happens when we're left in charge of things. I know, the industry is in a tailspin and the relevance of the label-band relationship is more in question than it ever has been, but there are still some things a band ... (more)

2011 All-Star Game: Will the MLB strike out?

Posted by on October 22nd, 2010 in Activism, Band News

Our man Erick from Les Gavels is involved the the Minnesota Immigrant Rights Action Committee and put together this video concerning the "Move The Game" campaign going on in Arizona. Check it out!

Split 7″ with Sacrifice!!!

Posted by on August 28th, 2010 in Band News

So the minute we got back from Best Friends Day in Richmond, we put our noses to the grindstone and got to work on a recording for our side of a dream-come-true split 7" with Canadian thrash legends Sacrifice! Sacrifice recorded a crushing version of Rush's "Anthem" and ... (more)

Best Friends Day is behind us…

Posted by on August 22nd, 2010 in Band News

Wow, now that was a whirl-wind adventure! These people really know how to throw a party and a great music event. i especially appreciate that they did it all without laming it up with a bunch of goofy corporate sponsors. Music and commerce are certainly tangled together in our world, ... (more)

Countdown to Richmond…

Posted by on August 4th, 2010 in Band News

Ok, just to get everyone who will be joining us in Richmond VA in a couple weeks totally pumped and primed to penultimately party, i give you some randomly chosen pieces of live footage taken from around the world last year: perhaps you'll enjoy the soothing sounds of A ... (more)

Red Oktoberfest/ Riot Fest

Posted by on July 21st, 2010 in Band News

Well, punch me in the nards and call me flat-nuts! We're playing Chicago this October for our pal Toby's first annual wedding celebration! And now the good news (just kidding Toby): also playing at this festival -- among many others -- will be the mighty Corrosion of Conformity (with their ... (more)

Haiti Still Totally Fucked

Posted by on July 15th, 2010 in Activism, Band News

I feel indebted to people with healthy attention spans. I feel indebted to people who are committed to following through on a train of thought and action guided by strong, humane principles. Without them, i'd essentially be just another dummy sitting around waiting for the next serving of infotainment to ... (more)

Cop Car Burned! All Criticisms of Global Capitalism Rendered Moot!

Posted by on June 27th, 2010 in Commentary

i don't endorse violence. i don't think it's the ideal way forward to a better society. i think all sane people would agree. heck, i don't even endorse vandalism in the "service" of social change. i'm conservative that way. but the disproportionate reaction (to the disproportionate mainstream media coverage) to ... (more)

Good One Everybody! Haha! You had me there for a second!

Posted by on June 18th, 2010 in Commentary

Perusing the tearful replies to reporters questions regarding the BP spill along the US Gulf-Coast, i am confused as to why so many are apparently moved to tears over the polluting of fragile ecosystems. Is it all an elaborate joke? I mean, if people were really concerned about pollution, they ... (more)

glen lambert challenges cokie the clown to extreme fighting match!

Posted by on June 15th, 2010 in Band News

Ex-propagandhi guitarist vocalist Glen Lambert has issued a challenge to Cokie the Clown over alleged trademark infringement. Said Glen: "i was depressed and pathetic back in 2004, way before anybody else was doing it. The band NOFX even wrote a (terrible) song about how depressed and pathetic ... (more)

What’s Good for the Goose is Good for the Gander — I Mean Turkey.

Posted by on June 6th, 2010 in Commentary

A simple reminder that displacement and repression are the general rules of all states, no matter how sanctimonious they get over important current events.

Insert Niemoller Quote Here

Posted by on June 4th, 2010 in Commentary

For anyone following the story of Toronto Pride organizers banning an anti-apartheid organization from their parade, you may not be entirely surprised to learn that many gays and lesbians are actually in favor of free political expression. Go figure.