By: Anand Harsh
Jasha Tull and Aaron Triggs have not minced words about 45. The two producers' obsession with tearing down Trump has been limited to words up until this point, but now Space Jesus and Bleep Bloop take action.
One of the most sought after songs from this summer (aside from “Space Jam,” “K-9 Unit,” and the pair's “Blocc'd” remix) is “Ichabod Crane,” a bruising tune with a helluva hook. It's gotten support across the industry from artists big and small, and now the tune can be all yours for less than the price of a fancy coffee.
On top of giving fans access to the tune for just $1.50, the artists announced they will be giving all of the proceeds to the American Civil Liberties Union, which is doing its own part to give voice to the voiceless. Love them or hate them, the ACLU is fighting for you.
Gary Paintin has provided the artwork for this gem, and this month both artists wind down their big headlining fall tours with some big gigs. Let's see if they can get their cliques to run a train on Trump.
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