The official Stick To Your Guns podcast! I know what you’re thinking, another podcast hosted by 5 straight, white males, but wait! It’s about OUR band, so it has to be good, right? Tour stories, hot takes, and shit talk. This is Against Them All.
023 The Right To Live In Peace
Uncle Ho, our song
is fire of pure love,
it's a dovecote dove,
olive from an olive grove.
It is the universal song
chain that will triumph,
the right to live in peace.
Rev Left Radio Episode on Chile: https://revolutionaryleftradio.libsyn.com/chile
Blood in my Eye: https://redyouthnwa.files.wordpress.com/2018/05/george_l-_jackson_blood_in_my_eyebook4you-org.pdf
@Queersocialism thread on elections: https://mobile.twitter.com/queersocialism/status/1282797189648060429
022 Backstreet’s Back
Oh my god we’re back again.
021 Hell Month
I've seen horrors... horrors that you've seen. George and Josh relive a traumatic tour that is fun to reflect back on in a sadistic kind of way.
020 Evolution of STYG Ideology
I am eating from the trash can of Ideology all the time. The band started in 2003 believe it or not folks (haha), and 17 years in, we have evolved in thought and mind on a variety of topics and issues, and I think it’s important to reflect on those sorts of things, because that’s how we learn. Not idealistically through divine revelations, but through experience and perspective that shape our understanding and ideology. Our material conditions produce our culture and ideas, that then in turn influence and reinforce aspects of our life in a cyclical fashion, that is, until there is a rupture. Some old fuck once said “It is not the consciousness of men that determines their existence, but their social existence that determines their consciousness.” So come on the journey with us.
019 Thrash and Burn
STYG was a part of the 2010 Thrash and Burn tour, which on first glance, might seem like an unremarkable tour, but it plays a very important role in STYG history, especially in relation to the Hope Division.
018 Never Concerned With What I Am Not
“If we have shortcomings, we are not afraid to have them pointed out and criticized, because we serve the people. Anyone, no matter who, may point out our shortcomings. If he is right, we will correct them. If what he proposes will benefit the people, we will act upon it.”