Slacker Radio embraces Pussy Riot through 'Protest' station

Brian Heater
B. Heater|08.20.12

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Slacker Radio embraces Pussy Riot through 'Protest' station

There's been plenty of talk about Russian feminist punk collective Pussy Riot in the global media over the past few weeks, but the neon-ski-mask-donning assemblage's music isn't particularly easy to come by here in the States. Streaming music service Slacker is throwing some weight behind the group by adding such government-riling gems as "Putin Wet Himself" and "Kill the Sexist" to its "Protest Radio" station. The station is free and will kick off with one of four PR tracks "for some time," according to the service. You can access the offering below, just make sure you've got some ear holes cut in your own ski mask before you do.

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