Its my second year as a Mo Bro and 16 days into #Movember and I (w/ a lot of help from my girlfriend) have raised a decent amount for the cause.
Please help men take the opportunity and get the confidence to learn and talk about their health more openly and take action. Men do not openly discussing their health, how they’re feeling and are reluctant to take action when they don’t feel physically or mentally well.
Before there was even such a thing as punk music, three black brothers with a band by the name of Death were playing hardcore in Detroit. After recording an album, they quickly disbanded when no one would sign them because of their name and that they were black teens playing white-boy rock instead of the Motown music that was in vogue. The story of the “first black punk band” is chronicled in a new documentary called A Band Called Death. No show times in Montreal it seems but you can watch it on iTunes. Here’s the trailer:
“Pusha Man (Paranoia)” – Nosay Thing & Chance the Rapper “Heartbreaks + Setbacks” – Thundercat “Bring You Back” – Beacon “Doused” – DIIV “All Your Gold” – Bat For Lashes “I Bought My Eyes” – Ty Segall Band “Sail to the Sun” – Wavves “Song For Zula” – Phosphorescent