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ziq wrote

It probably should be a general music sub, since it's just called 'music' and not 'radical music'.

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not_AFX_lol wrote

that's what i thought but the description says otherwise.

is there a way to tag users like there is on reddit?

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ziq wrote

Not yet, but that's not a reddit feature, it's a RES feature.

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deleted wrote

I would prefer if people focus on posting music that generally aligns with the cultural heritage of the anti-capitalist left in one form or another, or that features some sort of (non-reactionary) critical perspective. Not every song need be a revolutionary manifesto but try to avoid posting commercial music from completely apolitical artists that are well known. What would be the point, when there exists a whole industry to promote capitalist culture?

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not_AFX_lol wrote

Can we have a separate Revolutionary Music sub for that? I mean, how do we define 'commercial music from apolitical artists that are well known'? Where does Kanye fall? Kendrick Lamar? Beyonce got a lot of controversy for that Super Bowl performance because 'Black Panthers n stuff'. How does that work? Can I post apolitical music from non-commercial artists? How about commercial artists that aren't well known?

Where does it end?