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Tomorrow Belongs to Me

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It is fun to trace the process by which “Tomorrow Belongs to Me,” a popular song written by a pair (though not a “couple”) of homosexual Jews for the play and movie Cabaret, was later transformed by Ian Stuart Donaldson (also known as Ian Stuart), lead singer-songwriter of the English white power band Skrewdriver and, later, white nationalist Swedish singer Saga, into positive pro-white covers. Read more …

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Óðinn’s Skald

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Through the 1990s, Ian Read’s band Fire & Ice articulated perhaps the clearest expression of pagan European sensibility yet achieved in musical form. Over the course of six albums, a dark Traditionalist view of Europe as a place of magical lore and warrior values emerged. Read more …

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Moondog: The Viking of 6th Avenue

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Robert Scotto
Moondog: The Viking of 6th Avenue
Los Angeles: Process Media, 2007

Louis Thomas Hardin, Jr. (1916–1999), known as Moondog, was an American composer, musician, poet, pamphleteer, and capital “p” Personality. Read more …

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Skrewdriver

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After his purchase of Resistance Records, National Alliance Chairman William L. Pierce told an interviewer that while his own tastes in music ran to Bach and Beethoven (or similar names—I’ve forgotten which) rather than to the Midtown Boot Boys, the latter spoke to the young, “my people,” and it was necessary to engage white youth in a way they understood. Read more …

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Voice of Swedish Nationalism
Saga & Her Music

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“Armies already wavering and giving way have been rallied by women who, with earnest entreaties and bosoms laid bare, have vividly represented the horrors of captivity . . . [The Germans] even believe that the sex has a certain sanctity and prescience, and they do not despise their counsels, or make light of their answers.”–Tacitus, Germania 8

Land of Ice

From My Tribute to Skrewdriver Volume 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dbp6nUrEi7Q&feature=related [2:15] Read more …

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Song & Dance: “Puttin’ on the Ritz”

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In 1946 Hollywood produced a not-very-memorable musical called Blue Skies, starring Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, and Joan Caulfield, about two show business partners and subsequent rivals vying for Caulfield’s affections. Read more …

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Gustav Mahler: Death & Resurrection

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One hundred years ago today, on May 18, 1911, Gustav Mahler died in Vienna. Born on July 7, 1860, Mahler is one of the great composers of the late Romantic era, along with such figures as Edward Elgar (1857–1934), Giacomo Puccini (1858–1924), Richard Strauss (1864–1949), Jean Sibelius (1865–1957), Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872–1958), and Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873–1943).

Mahler is also the only Jewish composer among the first rank of European classical composers. Read more …

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Christopher Donovan on Heavy Metal

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Implicit whiteness, with pyrotechnics: Or, the night white people took over Washington, DC

The other night I saw AC/DC at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C.  Read more …

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Black Metal:
Conservative Revolution in Modern Popular Culture

Franz von Stuck, “War,” c. 1894

5,603 words

Translations: Portuguese, Spanish

From the viewpoint of racial nationalism, the musical genre known as Black Metal is one of the most significant popular culture phenomena of the last two decades. Yet it has been seldom discussed by politically congenial scholars and commentators. Read more …

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Volk Music (in Czech)

Poster for Laibach/Bach "Kunst der Fuge" concert

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English original here

Laibach je světoznámá slovinská hudební skupina založená v roce 1980 v komunistické Jugoslávii. Ačkoli se jejich tvorba často klasifikuje jako „industrial“, nereflektuje to plně jejich hudební a koncepční mnohost. Read more …

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