The beautiful resistance
Love Music Hate Racism will bring together musicians, local groups, campaigners, world renowned record labels, music managers, artist agents, promoters, live music venues and media outlets in the pursuit of one underlying goal; to use the unifying power of music against bigotry and hostility. The beautiful resistance.
Love Music Hate Racism hosts and supports nationwide events; we run peaceful marches, host gigs and concerts with likeminded artists, as well as support local groups and communities nationwide in raising awareness of racism.
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Former Chelsea football player Paul Canoville, is delighted to have become an ambassador for LMHR. It’s a campaign very close to his heart and with recent incidents of racial abuse resurfacing in football stadiums as well as broader society, he was eager to roll his sleeves up and get involved. The Paul Canoville Foundation, which […]
Huddersfield Love Music Hate Racism braved freezing temperatures to hold a successful event at The Parish venue on 24 January. The night was aimed at celebrating the town’s rich cultural diversity. It was much needed against a backdrop of recent events such as the shocking phone footage that came to light of a young Syrian […]
Love Music Hate Racism’s positive campaign ‘Beautiful Resistance’ will run for a fortnight between the dates of 8th – 22nd March 2019. These dates coincide with the UN Anti-Racism Day international demonstration on 16th March 2019. The fortnight begins on International Women’s Day with an inspiring video interview featuring Ray BLK, Grace Carter, Lianne La […]
Elise Quartey caught up with talented 14-year-old indie singer/songwriter Noah Evans. The young performer generously decided to donate all proceeds from his debut EP, “See It Through” to “LoveMusic HateRacism”. Noah is a Suffolk native and has already performed at loads of festivals and music events, despite his young age. Elise reached out to Noah […]
Plan B talks to LMHR, as part of the #BeautifulResistance Campaign 2019 What music inspires you and why? B – Angry music that ultimately comes from a good place What makes music such a powerful tool in spreading goodness? B – Music unites people that would never usually mix with each other. The 90’s rave […]
Who were your influences, were their any cultural differences to yours? A – I grew up listening to a lot of India Arie, Erykah Badu, Nina Simone, a lot of really powerful black women that used their art and platform to empower us. In this case, I would say that as black female creatives […]
All day takeover from 3pm 3rd November at The Junction, 6 Mutley Plain, PL4 6LA, Plymouth.
Join us for a launch party from 8pm 30th November, 4 Karamel Club, 4 Coburg Road, London.
Holocaust Memorial Day (27 January) is a national commemoration day in Britain dedicated to the remembrance of all those who suffered in the Holocaust, under Nazi Persecution and subsequent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur. In order to mark HMD this year Zak Cochrane from Love Music Hate Racism was honoured to interview […]
In support of our #beautifulresistance campaign, join us on the 8th March at Five Miles club in Tottenham for a night of good music and positivity. We will be fundraising for both Love Music Hate Racism and ROOT 73, and we are proud to present a majority female line up of talented artists who have […]