This Machine Kills Fascists

This Machine Kills Fascists
This Machine Kills FascistsThis Machine Kills FascistsThis Machine Kills FascistsThis Machine Kills Fascists
Release date: 2012
Run time: 00:36:05
Director: Kevin O'Dell
Country: USA

Tracklist / Soundtrack
Section: Artist - Title

  1. Intro: Josh Flowers - This Machine Kills Fascists
  2. The Bad Plus - Never Stop
  3. James Connolly And Kyle Evans - Cracked Ray Tube
  4. Woody Gutherie - Railroad Blues
  5. Andrew Bird - Spinney
  6. Cut Copy - Silver Thoughts
  7. Embrace - Do Not Consider Yourself Free
  8. Odetta - Masters Of War
  9. Bright Eyes - Time Code
  10. The National - Afraid Of Everyone
  11. Trevor Rabin - Launch
  12. Credits: Woody Gutherie - All You Fascists Bound To Lose
  13. A.A. Bondy - American Hearts
  14. Dump - Pop Life

'This Machine Kills Fascists' a film by Kevin O'Dell & Zachary Childers, showcases some of Washington DC & Richmond Virginia's most talented skateboarders. Featuring Caleb Ocasio, Ty Beall, Jack Beckett, Gilbert Crockett, Kelly O'Brien & Erich Bielefeldt, along with thought provoking imagery & commentary. The title of this video is attributed to a slogan written on the guitars of the iconic and prolific folk musician, Woody Guthrie. Much like Guthrie sought to use his artistic medium to expose corruption, promote liberty and empower people , the filmmakers seek to use the artistic mediums of skateboarding and film to express their sentiments and message of freedom.The video is, in part, a tribute to Guthrie and was released during the month of his would-be centennial. The skating, filming and editing was unabashedly inspired by monumental skateboard videos from iconic brands Alien Workshop, Toy Machine & Foundation. The majority of the video was filmed in Washington, D.C., Richmond, VA, and Raleigh/Durahm, NC. The featured skateboarders are each, in their own right, veteran institutions of the Virginia/D.C. skateboarding community. In many ways, they are coming of age video parts from guys who have been ripping in the streets in local videos for the better part of a decade.