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A guy from the UK (Jesal) and a guy from the USA (Rochard) host a podcast talking in depth about various albums, films, books and TV shows.
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Transatlantic Rebels - Music & Films: Eminem Kamikaze, Lupe Fiasco Drogas Wave, Nicki Minaj Queen, BlacKkKlansman, Drake Scorpion, Cobra Kai, Berlin Syndrome, Teyana Taylor KTSE, Cardi B, Janelle Monae, Avengers: Infinity War
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Oct 25, 2016

Meet Jesal and Rochard. We are the Transatlantic Rebels.

In Episode 11, our special Star Wars Prequels series consisting of in-depth past reviews continues with the second outing of the Prequel Trilogy "Episode II - Attack of the Clones" from 2002. We will follow this next week with a podcast for the third Prequel film "Revenge of the Sith."

We talk about how this movie is somewhat misunderstood; the essential politics of the Prequels; "Get By" and Talib Kweli; and how we don't like sand... It's coarse and rough and irritating, and it gets everywhere!

Jesal is from the UK, and Rochard is from America. We like to talk in depth about albums, films, TV shows and books.

Rochard has a background in TV, acting, writing and many other areas of art creation. Jesal has a background in music: DJ, producer, artist, critic and other stuff.

Enjoy! And follow us on Twitter - @T_Rebels

Oct 18, 2016

Meet Jesal and Rochard. We are the Transatlantic Rebels.

In Episode 10, our special Star Wars Prequels series consisting of in-depth past reviews begins with the first outing in the Prequel Trilogy "Episode I - The Phantom Menace" from 1999. We will follow this in the coming weeks with podcasts for the second and films "Attack of the Clones" and "Revenge of the Sith."

We talk about how this movie is seriously misunderstood; the curious case of Jar Jar Binks alongside racial interpretations; the midibadassian count of Darth Maul; and try to figure out how Jesal got to see this ahead of the official release.

Jesal is from the UK, and Rochard is from America. We like to talk in depth about albums, films, TV shows and books.

Rochard has a background in TV, acting, writing and many other areas of art creation. Jesal has a background in music: DJ, producer, artist, critic and other stuff.

Enjoy! And follow us on Twitter - @T_Rebels

Oct 11, 2016

Meet Jesal and Rochard. We are the Transatlantic Rebels.

In Episode 9, our special Public Enemy series consisting of in-depth past reviews concludes with their fourth album "Apocalypse 91... The Enemy Strikes Black" from 1991. (The Star Wars themed name of this album leads nicely into the next few weeks where we defend The Prequels with all of our might!)

We talk about how this album details certain historical struggles of black people in America; a wonderful tangent takes us on a trip down memory lane; Jesal concludes his Flavor Flav homage; and we also talk a fair bit about their debut album "Yo! Bum Rush the Show" from 1987.

Jesal is from the UK, and Rochard is from America. We like to talk in depth about albums, films, TV shows and books.

Rochard has a background in TV, acting, writing and many other areas of art creation. Jesal has a background in music: DJ, producer, artist, critic and other stuff.

Enjoy! And follow us on Twitter - @T_Rebels

Oct 4, 2016

Meet Jesal and Rochard. We are the Transatlantic Rebels.

In Episode 8, our special Public Enemy series consisting of in-depth past reviews continues with their third album "Fear of a Black Planet" from 1990. We will follow this next week with a final podcast for their fourth album "Apocalypse 91... The Enemy Strikes Black."

We talk about how this album shines a light on what life in America is actually like for black people; tangents include sub-prime mortgages, mentoring and the racism controversy; Jesal continues his Flavor Flav homage; and we assess why this is probably Rochard's favourite album of all time.

Jesal is from the UK, and Rochard is from America. We like to talk in depth about albums, films, TV shows and books.

Rochard has a background in TV, acting, writing and many other areas of art creation. Jesal has a background in music: DJ, producer, artist, critic and other stuff.

Enjoy! And follow us on Twitter - @T_Rebels

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