Monday, December 21, 2020

Atari Teenage Riot - "Adrenaline"

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At this point in time, the vast majority of our 90's heroes have mellowed out in terms of music and politics. (Mellowed out is usually the best case scenario, as many have made a full 180 in politics and keep on disappointing us...) Atari Teenage Riot, though? Not so much. Their latest single, "Adrenaline," sounds like it could have been released in 1997. It's the driving, pounding digital hardcore bursts of noise and aggression we loved from them two decades ago. Politically, it's more of the same from ATR. According to a description on Bandcamp, "Adrenaline" is about "anti-fascist street fights" and "using crypto currencies to smash the central banking system." The techniques may be updated, but the message is certainly the same.

You can listen to "Adrenaline" below. The song is available now via Bandcamp. For more on Atari Teenage Riot, check out their website.

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