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Propagandhi is a punk band formed in Portage La Prairie, Manitoba, Canada in 1986 by Chris Hannah and Jord Samolesky. While their earlier work draws from the punk and skate punk tradition, recent Propagandhi records have moved towards a heavier, hardcore thrash-influenced sound.

The band members are known for championing various political causes. They have taken an active stance against human rights violations, racism, homophobia, imperialism, fascism, capitalism and organized religion. Read more on Last.fm

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Live: Propagandhi, Comeback Kid + Shai Hulud @ London Electric Ballroom – 17 April 2013

April 19th, 2013

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Propagandhi, Comeback Kid and Shai Hulud playing on the same bill is as good a punk line-up as 2013 gigs are likely to see. With that in mind, we sent Tom ‘You Are Not Better Than Pop Music‘ Doyle along to review said line-up when it came to London earlier this week.

Six Things we learned when we saw Propagandhi headline in London:

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Album: Propagandhi – Failed States

August 31st, 2012

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Propagandhi
Failed States
Epitaph Records
3 September 2012

by Alex Andrews

The story goes that Propagandhi formed after Chris Hannah and Jord Samolesky pinned-up a poster in a Winnipeg record store advertising a “progressive thrash band looking for bass player.” It wasn’t until their third bassist that the band released its debut album, but the resulting snotty, skate punk must have confused the band as much the rest of us.

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Album: Propagandhi – Supporting Caste

March 13th, 2009

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Propagandhi
Supporting Caste
Hassle Records
09 March 2009

by Mischa Pearlman

Whoever said politics and music don’t or shouldn’t mix clearly didn’t tell the folks in Propagandhi. Aside from having one of the most potent (yet subtle) political names of any punk band ever, they’ve also been venting their political spleens and frustrations for over twenty years.

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