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REBEL TIME RECORDS PODCAST FEATURING CAMBRIDGE

Rebel Time Radio Podcast

Date: Oct 18, 2010

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REBEL TIME RADIO FEATURING CAMBRIDGE

Featuring:

Cambridge (Vancouver, BC), in studio interview and live acoustic performance from lead singer Jesse Lebourdais. The band is on their 3rd Canadian tour supporting their 2nd album “This
Is Not A Victory
out now on Rebel Time Records (RTR005, CD & Digital).

Cambridge @ SoundFM Waterloo

Cambridge @ Sound FM Waterloo

About Cambridge…


Hailing from Vancouver, BC, CAMBRIDGE plays a brand of punk rock that
is hard to encapsulate. Mixing politics, social maladjustment, and
personal anger with speed, melody and hardcore ethics, they hold true
to the DIY roots and styles of the past while pushing the envelope of
originality. Their second full length release THIS IS NOT A VICTORY is
10 incendiary tracks, all at break-neck speeds, dealing with topics
like torture, heartbreak, war, corporate greed, environmental
catastrophe and other betrayed ideals. The passion in the lyrics
resonates and the anger on the surface is matched by music that will
have you banging your head, raising your fist and singing along. THIS
IS NOT A VICTORY reminds you that punk rock doesn’t have to be
resigned to simple songs, with simple messages, and that anger and
music combined can be a unifiying, positive experience.

About Jesse Lebourdais…


Carving out a name for himself in the Vancouver Punk Rock scene as
lead singer/guitar player for the melodic/hardcore band Cambridge,
Jesse was no stranger to letting his opinions and his voice be heard,
mixing melody, social politics, bitterness and humour into a raw
expression. His solo acoustic performance is no different. Mixing
traditional Folk and Bluegrass influences with a DIY Punk Rock ethos
and trying to cram as many syllables into a lyric as possible, Jesse
enjoys the best of many styles.

Playlist:

Intro:

“Songs of the Industrial Workers of the World” LP
Performed by the members of Entertainment
Workers IU 630, IWW
“Ain’t done nothing if you ain’t been called a Red”
(Elliott Keenan), Faith Petric, guitar & vocal & Mark Ross, Banjo
“Hallelujah I’m a Bum” (Haywire Mac), Bob Bovee, guitar,
harmonica & Vocal

Cambridge “Kubark” (Vancouver, BC)

Cambridge “PNS”
Cambridge “Hole in the ground”
18:17
The Lucky Ones “Drunkin’ holiday” (St. Catherine’s, ON)
A Wilhelm Scream “Bodies in suitcases” (MA, US)
AFI “Hearts frozen…” (CA, US)
Madcowboys “Patience” (Calgary, AB)
33:01
Cambridge “It’s all over man”
Klasse Kriminale “Anarchia Liberta” (Liguria, Italy)
One Drop (Victoria, BC)
55:21
Jesse Lebourdais “new song” (Vancouver, BC)
The Rebel Spell “No Thanks” (Vancouver, BC)
End Program “Criminal” (Toronto, ON)
Guttermouth
The Rotten “Enemy of the state” (Kitchener, ON)
1:12:19
Jesse Lebourdais “Union man”
Good Riddance “Yesterday died, tomorrow won’t be born” (CAL, US)
The Fallout “Bread and freedom” (Toronto, ON)
Hot Water Music “Trust chords” (FLA, US)
Strike Anywhere “Postcards from home” (VIR, US)
1:45:00
Jesse Lebourdais “Four doors of freedom”
Kleins96 “Self-hating gay conservatives” (Regina, SK)
Broadcast Zero “Just entertainment” (Kitchener/Waterloo, ON)
Cambridge “10,000 shares”


Related Links


“Toronto FC fans protest “greedy” MLSE bosses” – A great article with an anti-capitalist spin, something unheard of in the Sports Journalism world (save a few like Dave Zirin).
Jesse Lebourdais’s solo album “The Worst Kind of Ambition” is
available through Rebel Time Distro.
Official site of theIndustrial Workers of the World (IWW)


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