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Rebel Music in Rioting Myanmar

Kyaw Kyaw, Rebel Riot

09-Jun-21 22:00

Rebel Music in Rioting Myanmar

It has been five months since Myanmar's military coup and the grave situation persists as daily clashes continue to spread across the country. In these bleak times, Yangon's Rebel Riot is steadfast in their fight for democracy, told firmly through their politically charged punk songs. The band's frontman and founder Kyaw Kyaw gives us a glimpse of this never ending struggle for peace, while also discussing the strength of music as a form of defiance.

IMAGE SOURCE: Al Jazeera

Produced by: Ali Johan, Othniel Ting

Presented by: Ali Johan, Othniel Ting


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Categories:  HistoryPeople & PlacesMusic

Tags:  the pulse#whatishappeninginMyanmarRebel RiotMyanmar military coupprotest songsthe fight for democracy





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