Adam Piggott

Gentleman adventurer

The alt right will save music and music will help save our civilization.

Rock and roll. It used to be a thing. Growing up in the late seventies and eighties I caught the tail end of it. There was a brief resurgence in the nineties with bands like Soundgarden, Stone Temple Pilots, and The Tea Party, but the last twenty years have just been tits up as far as rock and popular music is concerned.

There are many reasons for this, not least the breakdown of the entire platform that the music industry existed upon. They had a brief little victory with Napster but it was a pyrrhic victory at best as anyone could tell except for the meat-head members of Metallica. But still, it doesn’t really explain the complete and utter self destruction of rock and popular music.

Walk past any building site that has a radio turned on and you will be blasted with the inane and gratuitous sounds of gangster rap in its various forms. That’s what passes for popular music these days, black dicks with guns and no talent who couldn’t string two words together if their continued existence depended on it.

Is it any coincidence that black music of this base type has completely taken over popular music? Shitlibs love pushing minorities at us at every opportunity, so it is no great leap to understanding that the music industry was converged a very long time ago. We don’t see ZZ Top or Aerosmith videos anymore, at least none of their type. We can’t have white men treating white women as objects, that’s not acceptable. Got to get in black hoodlums to do that, thank you very much. Otherwise it is oppression and misogyny. But if black scumbags do it then that’s okay because that is the equalities, don’tcha know?

So it was with some interest, (particularly as I am a musician), to hear of a little group out of Austin USA called Dream Machine. I wouldn’t have heard of them at all except their record label dumped them for daring to possess opinions that can only be described as not politically correct in an interview.

Doris Melton, who came to the United States from Bosnia told the website she was ” glad they’re finally starting to work on deporting criminal illegal aliens too. It took ages for me to get my green card here legally and because there’s so many illegals coming in they make it hard for the people who do want to become part of American society the right way. They’re handing out free money to people who come here illegally, but when you want to work hard to become an American citizen to start a family they make it so hard on you, and expensive!”

Later in the interview, Doris Melton was asked to name something that bothers her about the music industry. She responded by saying “girls have mostly become lazy jellyfish and are starting these horrible feminist bands just to try and ‘show men what they got’.”

She went on to say, “The safe space mentality has made them weak. They don’t even know how to play their instruments! They’ll make songs about being ‘sexually assaulted’ or about how ’empowering’ abortions are or some (expletive) and it’s (expletive) retarded, they’re embarrassing themselves. If men did that they would be crucified! You see the longing for a gender supremacy under the guise of  ‘equal rights.’ What happened to the incredible female singers from back in the day with real talent, singing about finding true love and wanting to be a good woman?”

Who the hell is this woman and where can I have her babies??

But like I said, their record label didn’t think that their honest and charming opinions were good at all. Not even a teeny weeny bit.

“Both John and I are appalled,” Matt Jones of Castle Face said in his Facebook comment. “We’ve urged them to make a statement, but it’s no longer our prerogative to be financing, promoting, and endorsing their music any more than we already have. For our part we’re going to find a decent charity to donate our end of the profits from the record to, though something tells me this won’t exactly send it flying off the shelves.”

Appalled, I tell you. They’re appalled.

But guess what? Their record is flying off the shelves, and in numbers they would have never seen in a million years if they’d toed the prog shitlib Marxist line. I wonder if their former prick record company reps are still planning on donating all that moolah to some “decent” charity, (read Hillary Clinton’s next campaign fund.)

Here’s an interview with the two main cats from the band. Check it out as they’re awesome.

The chick is European of course. No American sloot is going to be that cool, at least not from the Millennial generation, (thanks Millennials – one more thing you fucked up).

But what really speaks to me from this entire little debacle is a feeling of hope. Hope for rock and roll. If more and more bands start to realise that the alt right line is the place that you want to be, with truth on your side, then we might begin to see the return of some decent fucking music to the world stage.

It’s funny but rock was originally a rebellion against the norms and mores of a previous generation, a previous time. But those same musicians that broke with that past effectively helped to break our very culture and civilization. Now they themselves are the man, attempting to impose their own fossilized belief system on the rest of us through fear and intimidation.

Wouldn’t it be cool if rock and roll could help turn things around and back again to what we lost. The alt-right are now the counter-culture and it’s musicians like these that could be at the forefront of helping to break the liberal Fascist pricks and give us back our nations and cultures.

And give us some great new music in the process. Almost makes me want to drag out my guitar again. Yeah baby.


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  1. Reblogged this on "For Pete's Sake".

  2. The record label must have missed the e-mail. Who gives a damn what they say if it helps record sales. I seriously doubt that the pearl clutching set would buy their records anyway. I noticed the label also tries to come off as groundbreaking and radical, instead they come off as weak and sycophantic. The group is probably well shot of them because it sounds like the label isn’t tough enough to really hack it in such a cutthroat business.

  3. Hans

    Rock music is dead and buried.
    “Music” these days is just a beat or clap track married to doomph doomph bass beats.
    Utter rubbish. All electronic synthesized plastic sounding crap. All PC.
    As for the debased, monkey IQ, lowlife gangsta rappers and their nigger “music”….. ship ’em all back to Africa, please.

  4. ItDoesn'tGetAnyBetter

    Hey Adam,

    You’d remember all the great Australian rock bands from Midnight Oil, The Angels, Australian Crawl, etc, etc. They were the counter culture in the 60’s and 70’s. Remember Peter Garrett of Midnight Oil who went into Parliament as a Labor lefty, was a failure and resigned. They recently announced that they were reforming the band and were going to make some real political statements. I had to laugh as the political statements will be totally of the left. The clowns haven’t realised that that is no longer counter culture. They will just be mainstream. Garrett became “the man”. They missed the boat. Counter culture is now the Alt Right. Heehee. It gives me great joy because as a politician, Garrett was a complete failure. He should have stuck with Rock.

  5. ItDoesn'tGetAnyBetter

    Further to the great Aussie rock bands. Australian Crawl, The Angels and others have reformed to a degree and are performing all round the country in pubs and clubs. The Angels and Jimmy Barnes performed at the Big Red Bash in the Outback town of Birdsville last year to an audience of 7,000+ in a town that normally has a pop. of 89. Cold Chisel is reforming for a major performance at the V8 Supercars Race in Newcastle in November. Long live RocknRoll. Get your guitar out. There may be hope yet.

  6. The Angry Outernationalist

    All I want is a reunion album from This Is Serious Mum. 🙂

  7. The Sage

    Rock is still out there, it just gets relegated to niche outlets. Around the turn of the century when DAB radio launched here in the UK, the only thing that attracted my interest was Planet Rock, a station aimed at those born c1960 for whom the Golden Age of Rock and Roll (=14 years old) was indeed the Golden Age of Rock and Roll. At the time I said “this radio station is made for me”, and these days, it’s the only radio station I bother with, and I use radio loosely, as it’s playing off the internet by my bedside at the moment, the broadcast reception being patchy where I live.

    While there’s a lot of old stuff played, and the old rockers (which these days includes the NWOBHM bands) who didn’t die before they got old still putting stuff out, there’s actually a lot of new acts who fit the mould too.

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