Burning Cop Car
The dopest, hardest-hitting political music out there. Hosted by the Stimulator, BCC will keep you pumped
during your workout session or get you fired up for your next street fight with fascists.
the last muthafuckin Burning Cop Car.
Burning Cop Car is back to warm up your fall, and give you some radical beats to get in shape and stay in the fight.
BCC #14 – Rap against gentrification
Burning Cop Car #13 goes out to all the women and gender non-conforming peeps peeps out there fighting patriarchy.
Goood morning fellow travelers, Burning Cop Car is back in 2018 to help you get your butt into shape.
This sedition of Burning Cop Car goes out to the J20 Defendants
This sedition of Burning Cop car is dedicated to my peeps in Boriké, aka Puerto Rico who are doing their fuckin best to survive the destruction caused by hurricane Maria.
This sedition goes out to all the juggalos heading to DC for the massive juggalo march.
This sedition of Burning Cop Car goes out to the folks occupying fish farms in so called BC, the women building houses in the path of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline, the folks shutting down Enbridge’s Line 3 Pipeline and all the youth invading the streets of Amerikkka in response to Trump’s decision to destroy DACA.
Wanna this Burning Cop Car to all the peeps who who bravely fought nazis and racists in Charlottesville, Quebec City and Phoenix
This is the last Burning Cop Car till the end of August, so enjoy suckas!
Can you do math suckas!? 2 + 3 Burning Cop Cars is… Don’t answer that. But listen to this!
In this sedition of Burning Cop Car I bring you a mad mix of rock and hip hop plus brand new music by ALAS.
This one goes out to all the peeps who held it down in Hamburg during the G20 rebellions. Make plans to come to Klanada next year for the G7! Stay tuned for deets!
Well summer it’s finally here and it’s time to burn some cars! I mean, it’s time to get your ass in shape, cause there’s nazis to punch and a capitalist system to overthrow.
Our contribution to the Interference Archive’s “If a Song Could be Freedom” series.