Dancespace Project hosts a live recording of musician and comedic performer Morgan Bassichis‘ first album More Protest Songs! Bassichis and band return for three evenings of music and stories. Says Bassichis, “The songs fall somewhere between adult lullabies and practical spells, and will not include concrete policy recommendations but maybe they should?” More Protest Songs! Morgan Bassichis Live at St. Mark’s Church, recorded October 7, 2017, will be available for purchase.

Album sales will be donated to Survived & Punished--a national network of activists working to defend incarcerated survivors of domestic and sexual violence--and Palestinian organizing for the historic Great Return March in Gaza. Find out more at and #GreatReturnMarch.


released April 19, 2018 - available here on bandcamp 
Written and performed by Morgan Bassichis 
Accompaniment and arrangements by: 
Kyle Combs (percussion, vocals) 
Elizabeth LoPiccolo (flute, percussion, vocals) 
Sam Greenleaf Miller (percussion, vocals) 
Rhys Ziemba (bass, vocals) 

Recorded by Eli Crews on October 7, 2017 at St. Mark's Church, 131 E 10th St, New York, NY 10003 
Mixed and Mastered by Michael Coleman at Figure 8 Recording 

Album artwork by Nicole Eisenman and design by Carl Williamson 

Special thanks to SO MANY FRIENDS, as well as BOFFO, Danspace Project, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Art Matters, and Portland Institute for Contemporary Art for their generosity and support. 

Photo by Drew Kaufman
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