Rhythm of Rebellion with Taina Asili

THE RHYTHM OF REBELLION is a bimonthly podcast hosted by Taina Asili featuring interviews with some of the leading social change performing artists from the U.S. and around the globe. Every first and third Wednesday of the month (beginning Jan. 2017) Taina will speak with guests from across genres about the ways they are using their art to to bring justice and healing to their communities and our world.

Record a question for one of our upcoming guest artists (announced on Facebook or Twitter) with your phone or computer and then email me at: info[at]rhythmofrebellion.com

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02 February 2017

Charlotte Hill O’Neal – Healing Songs Made In the Motherland

In this episode I speak with Mama Charlotte Hill O’Neal, an accomplished vocalist, musician, poet, visual artist, and former member of the Black Panther Party. She has been living in the village of Imbaseni, near Arusha, Tanzania, for over 40 years. There she is the co-director of the United African Alliance Community Center (UAACC), a...
18 January 2017

Enmanuel Candelario – Protest Poetry and the Legacy of MLK

In this episode I speak with Enmanuel Candelario, a writer, performer and recording artist with The Peace Poets, a collective of artists from the Bronx, NY. Since 2005 The Peace Poets have celebrated, examined and advocated for life through music and poetry, with a stylistic emphasis on lyricism, rhythm and authenticity....
04 January 2017

Bonfire Madigan Shive – Music In Dialogue With Right Now

In this episode I talk with visionary cellist, vocalist, and community activist Bonfire Madigan Shive. Madigan began her career in the Pacific Northwest Riot Grrrl scene, releasing music with independent record labels K and Kill Rock Stars. She’s gone on to establish herself as a trailblazing performer, blending folk, punk, classical...
04 January 2017

Monica McIntyre – Music Medicine and Expansion

In this episode I was with Monica ‘Spirit’ McIntyre, a cellist, vocalist, and lyricist, seamlessly blending blues, soul, folk, classical, reggae and Middle Eastern sounds into an unforgettable musical landscape. Spirit is also a wellness advocate, sound healer, reiki practitioner, dancer and visual artist, and believes in promoting empowerment and...
04 January 2017

Alixa Garcia – Standing Rock and Solution Cyphers

In this episode I speak with Alixa Garcia, a Colombia born, U.S. based multimedia artist, and one half of the dynamic spoken word duo Climbing PoeTree. Over the last 13 years, Climbing PoeTree has infused our movements for justice with healing and imagination, inspiring thousands through their award-winning multimedia theater, dual-voice spoken...
29 November 2016

Welcome to The Rhythm of Rebellion!

I am so excited to introduce you to my new podcast! Twice a month, starting in January, I will be interviewing some of the leading social change performing artists from the U.S. and around the globe. Having worked as a social change performing artist for over twenty years, I have met...
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