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Apr 24, 2016 | 10:25 AM EDT
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17 MB
7 min 26 sec
4.67 / 5.00

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I needed some powerful music for a video collage project I'm helping. It's about Nuit Debout, a huge radical movement happening right now in France, Belgium and Germany. I couldn't find any other track to fit, so I composed this masterpiece.

The track took roughly 10 hours to make (I hadn't slept much last night). The track is divided into 4 sections: Insurrection, Anarchy, Insurgency, and Order. They're well divided with repeating melodies in each section. Each of them are different variations. I'm not a perfectionist and sometime quite the opposite, but the production of this track made me one. :)

Also, as a quite newcomer to anarchism, I needed some motivation for my own good. Anarchism is about improving the lives of people without exchanging for personal gain and if so, only for the collective. Occupy, Arab Spring, Nuit Debout, Ditch Dodgy Dave, 15-M, Million Masks March, Black Lives Matter, Umbrella Revolution... People are waking up one by one. We're tired of the chains and balls and false promises, restricted by the higher up.

I'm really proud of this track, not just because of its theme or meaning, but the complexity of its production. And this is the first time I successfully created an epic track without any orchestra.

As usually the track is free for you to share, modify, rip, sample and use in all your commercial or non commercial projects with no limitation. And it's up to you to credit me or not. Have fun. :)

To all comrades out there, keep on fighting. Nuit Debout and Ditch Dodgy Dave may go down as the world's largest movements in history. See you on the street. In solidarity with all those who are struggling everyday with the system! Keep on with @!

Have a great weekend.

Edit: MAY 1st is May Day, also known as Labour Day. MAY 15th is #GlobalDebout where Nuit Debout goes international. Hit the street and march with us!

If you are in Toronto, contact me at anarkat[@] and we'll arrange the meetup.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is a pretty good listen. It's an interesting blend of cinematic and industrial music. Everything volume-wise is very good, and there's a sweet build-up of a beginning. The percussion goes along well with that awesome bass you've used!

I gave it a 4.5 because there's always room for improvement! I think you could put in a bit more variety of synths.

To learn more about the man-made cancer that is statism, I highly recommend Larken Rose! He speaks common sense, and he has a funny way of speaking the truth. To be educational and entertaining at once is the way to gain the interest of others! I do the same with my podcasts and videos. You're welcome to check my content here on NG, whenever you like. I also recommend reading Jeffrey Hann's articles at

All the best of luck to you in spreading truth, peaceful co-existence, and influencing the people around you to start thinking for themselves!

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Agitat0r responds:

I watch Larken Rose sometime and have quite strong support to his topics against police. He is more of the libertarian type rather than anarchy tendency. On theory there isn't much different between libertarianism and anarchism, but over time libertarian is quite separated from the classical anarchy on strategies. Though, I would like to see libertarian and anarchist unite to fight the common enemy, the system.

I started out as a libertarian, later aligned with anarchism. I do have many things in common with libertarianism. Unlike other anarchists who get offended if people were from different tendencies, I actually suggest many to learn about libertarianism, until they choose to move on to more complex tendencies like anarchism and communalism. I think that libertarianism is more suited with US society than classical anarchism.

Thank you for your thoughts and support. :) Power to you!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Awesome, dude!

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Agitat0r responds:

Thanks :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

a very interesting concept!!

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Agitat0r responds:

Thank you for your review. :)