It’s a bill tailored by the the entertainment industry to try and stop pirating of music and movies on the web, but is positioning itself to disrupt how we use the internet day to day…
What our generation does on a daily basis would incur huge penalties, fines, and possibly jail time for simply trying to spread the music we love to the masses. Trying to hype new songs, artists, and albums would be infringements that give private corporations the ability to block OUR blog(s). It’s an unprecedented bill that is being fast-tracked through Congress in the dark of night and should be spread through the same facets that it’s trying to hinder!
Some more food for thought on this disturbing topic:
According to the Congressional Budget Office, this bill would cost us $47 million tax dollars a year — that’s for a fix that won’t work, disrupts the internet, stifles innovation, shuts out diverse voices, and censors the internet. This bill is bad for creativity and does not protect your rights.
We can’t just stand by, like the corporations are expecting us to… let us stand united and fight this together! Go to the website below and fill out the information it needs to help support the cause.
I had to post this song/video the moment I found it. ‘Worlds Apart‘ is absolutely and completely one of the most beautiful songs I’ve heard in a while. Huge props to tyDi for an amazing start to what is bound to be a promising album.
tyDi: “Shooting Stars’ is everything to me. It’s been my dream project for the last two years and words cannot express just how excited I am to see this come to life, finally.”
The video perfectly accompanies the song, catapulting you into a stream of loving memories.
If you want more like this from tyDi‘s dream album ‘Shooting Stars’ check it out on Beatport here:
We will never forget when this track was first dropped. This is one of 2011’s EDM anthems and even though it was released a while ago, the music video is fairly new. We love Nadia Ali, Starkillers and Alex Kenji‘s perfect compilation of sound. The wind tunnel, lights, shadows and of course, Nadia Ali combine perfectly.