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Thursday, Feb 05 2015 | 06:25
Image: 1595147 Underground Sonic Energy! Defunct San Francisco Free Jazz-Free Punk band LIBERTAS finds release on La Mission.

Growing up in San Francisco, one of the most important punk bands in the tight-knit Mission scene was 50 MILLION. When Beaner discovered 50 Million Member Wade 'Storey' Driver's new Free Jazz-Free Punk project LIBERTAS, he had to release their 'Song For The End Of The World'.

Remixes by MAX GRAEF (in his REVEREND G guise), KENNETH SCOTT, and J CHOIRBOY & BEANER fill out the project. The remixes span the gamut. Max's weirdo spacelord deep house remix builds to several crescendos, continuing his meteoric rise. Kenneth's tongue in cheek nod to 90s house a la Dajae also mixes in modern elements present in his work on labels like Circus Company.

Lastly, the collaboration between La Mission core members J Choirboy & Beaner has a subdued yet big Shed light sound. Something for everyone.

As with past releases in the ongoing kunst/WORK series, this one includes a Magazine (40+ pages, Performance Ticket (for the third performance related to the record and magazine) and defaced Zimbabwean Currency (seen below). All these things tying together the theme of 'Divesting from Capital/Against Austerity/Exposing the false Scarcity Economy'.

A1. SONG FOR THE END OF THE WORLD
A2. SONG FOR THE END OF THE WORLD (REVEREND G REMIX)
B1. SONG FOR THE END OF THE WORLD (KENNETH SCOTT REMIX)
B2. SONG FOR THE END OF THE WORLD (J CHOIRBOY & BEANER REMIX) Available from 27.02.2015
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