Jul 21, 2017
The best creatives often design from a place of not seeing themselves represented in certain spaces. In the case of Mars Dixon, seven years ago he formed the band Aye Nako because he wanted to see a stage populated with people of color, queer people or even trans people like himself performing punk music that shouts from the margins. The Brooklyn-based group recently put out their third release, Silver Haze. It's a vital collection of spiky, melodic songs where Mars splits guitar and vocal duties with fellow songwriter Jade Payne. Sheena McGrath (drums) and Joe McCann (bass) complete the quartet. [This episode features "Spare Me" and "Sissy" from Silver Haze in their entirety."]
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