Running a festival with young people aged 13 – 17 years old attending?
Learn how movements like punk, reggae, house or grime unify people and have created social and political change from the 1950s into to the future!
jim8track (Camp Bestival, 8track) provides the tracks that timeline popular music, while educator and activist Malcolm Richards speeds through the social and cultural impacts on us over the decades. Our student-led sessions involve debate and discussion, and sometimes even our legendary impromptu jam sessions.
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At a festival session, we met Ben, who loved music but had never performed before. During our session, he performed for the first time.
A year later, after Camp Bestival 2017, he sent us this tweet and a link to his first single. We heard from Ben in early 2019 and he was making music like this.
We were quite emotional about his feedback – and are very proud of his achievements.
About Rebel Music Time Machine
Malcolm Richards is a senior leader and educator who also runs The Road School, where young people use dialogue, culture and creative arts to learn.
Jim8track runs music company 8track and DJs everywhere from basement raves and radio to proper posh film parties.