Monthly Archives: June 2020

Shadows of Montreal

Awful week. I’ve nothing to add but music. Here’s an old song written by Toronto’s @jordansafer, engineered by McGill’s George Massenburg, sung by Myrrhine. Enjoy.

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The Long Hot Summer, 1967

I was 13 during my first riot lockdown. It was the summer of 1967 in Milwaukee, and, like dozens of cities across the U.S., race riots in poor neighborhoods were claiming lives and property. On July 30, a fight somewhere … Continue reading

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