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“Scott M.X. Turner spent seven years on the front lines of the battle against Bruce Ratner's Atlantic Yards, so it is no surprise that "Amalgamated Saboteurs Local 21," the new album from his one-man band RebelMart, is full of songs about doom and defeat."Strength in Numbers," a rocker that would have fit in on the Clash's "Give 'Em Enough Rope.”
“RebelMart is the one-man band of Scott M.X. Turner. He’s a fiercely political songwriter who frenetically flays a frayed-paint Telecaster [electric] guitar. An Irish-American Joe Strummer might be a good place to start your imagination. The music leaps eclectically but cohesively, from ’77-punk blast to driving acoustica to dubwise groove to Celt-flavored balladry. The album encompasses Americana from the 7 train to the Dust Bowl.”