We’re ecstatic to announce that, for the first time in two years, we FINALLY have completed a new track! It’s aim is to celebrate the global Seed Freedommovement and the real food heroes who are growing gardens, saving seed and standing up to biotech giants such as Monsanto, who are doing their best to control the global food supply through genetically modifying and patenting seed.
Featuring a remixed interview we did with global food activist, Vandana Shiva in 2013 at the National Heirloom Expo in Santa Rosa, California and a chant from the 2013 March Against Monsanto in San Francisco, (“Hey, hey! Ho ho! We don’t wan’t your GMO!”), we’re offering up these tasty electro-swing dance-ukulele beets as a free download (or pay what you feel) here so that it might spread around the world as a protest against biopiracy and farmer enslavement.
Thanks to the incredible co-producers who gave this track their artful touch including Shifteq, Fred Wobbler (Lubdub), Jim Moynihan (Spoonbill) and (the aptly named) Bodhi Seed.
Please check it out, share it with your friends, send it out on the airwaves or spin it at your next dance party!
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