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  • CC: Propagandhi rules but some fixters out there could take a note from Coach's Corner and "keep your head up, kid!"

    Versus to Cycling Fans: "Go Puck Yourself"

  • Also, I bought myself an early present last week in the form of a ticket to the Conation/Propagandhi show in Newcastle, where I get to catch up with my interstate BFF Eval.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • It was at the Phoenix in Toronto, Propagandhi was headlining - there's a 2nd show going on tonight...they just said the song was for the war resisters, and talked about how messed up it is that in the states, the army goes into high-schools and has sign-up booths to pluck kids out and ship them off to war.

    toronto cupe strike explained

  • Propagandhi still kicks ass though then&now last five:

    inbred Diary Entry

  • I remember one time socializing outside a Propagandhi concert I never actually went inside for Kyle Cheadle suggested life is like an RPG.

    nessus Diary Entry

  • This guy at work saw Propagandhi live out west sometime within 'the past year.

    rivers Diary Entry

  • John K. Samson has lived several lives as a musician: He played on a pair of paint-stripping leftist punk records as a member of Propagandhi in the '90s before exploring his sweeter side with


  • As Propagandhi are preparing to release a digital EP by March to help do their part.

    ! - News

  • Founded in 1997 after frontman John K. Samson vacated his bass position in the populist shred-punk franchise Propagandhi, Samson coalesced the Weakerthans around the rhythm section of John Sutton and Jason Tait later that year.


  • Run by Propagandhi, G7 Welcoming Committee is driven by a desire to foster social change and radical thought, with all artists on the label donating a percentage of their royalties to local non-profits.



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