So there's been a lot of talk lately, both in this USAToday.com article http://www.usatoday.com/life/music/news/2003-02-27-community_x.htm
and in this week's issue of Entertainment Weekly about musicians against the war. Each article brings up the Grammys, and what a weak representation of dissent there was (Fred Durst's infamous 'agreeance', Sheryl Crow's guitar strap that said 'No War,' Chris Martin of Coldplay singing "We're all going to die when George Bush gets his way.")
However, there's been no mention of Ted Leo's latest album, where many of the songs are about the post Sept. 11 world, and the realities of war.
So the question is, what other indie or little-known bands or artists are out there, voicing their opinion about the war?