Algiers weave sounds of the past into a soundtrack for the present
If you think that modern music doesn't "do" politics, then today's Friday Live guests may make you think again.
Algiers write songs that address Ferguson-and-Baltimore-era America. Their sound is part-industrial rock, part-punk, and part gospel.
The Atlanta three-piece join Gill Deacon in studio q to perform live from their self-titled debut. They also sit down to talk about their politically-charged, genre-blending music.