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citizen dolly bitch-hog
United Kingdom
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Electronic : Breakbeat
Take old skool rave, add indie/punk sensibilities and anarchist politics, shake vigorously, then see what happens...
Instrumentals : Beats General
These beats kick back.
Instrumentals : Beats General
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Instrumentals - Hip Hop
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Instrumentals - Beats General
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Recent Activity
Liked Dollar Bill and the Unmentionables's song Bing. Aug 6, 2017
Liked The ELIZA Effect's song De-centralization. Dec 10, 2016
Liked Ayentee's song 1. 99% Peasant. Oct 4, 2013
Liked Road Apples's song Why. May 29, 2013
Liked Throwaway Folk's song Parasite. Dec 3, 2012
Liked Overclocked Mind's song Preamble. Nov 19, 2012
Yo Ho Ho And A Bottle Of Snidey Vodka   In recent years, record labels have taken to complaining vociferously about music piracy and MP3 freeloaders. According to figures being thrown about, the industry is losing around $4 - 5 billion a year due to piracy. (Note that the RIAA claims the global music market generates $40 billion per year, yet the the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry – a global organisation set up by the RIAA - claims piracy accounts for fully a third of the market.)

I don't intend to argue about the accuracy of those figures – even if the maths obviously doesn't add up. My concern is with the ...
The Indie Network   The demise of the record industry has become something of a hot topic over the past year or so, and suddenly there seems to be a lot of people interested in the emerging opportunities for indie artists. While things are bubbling away deep down in the depths, a number of major artists, of which Radiohead are just the best known example, have been experimenting with different ways of selling their work. Things are changing in the music industry and I get the sense that there are plenty of people who are willing to try experiments of their own.

While all of this has been going on, I've been busy...
A Few General Observations On The Record Industry   The record industry is f***ed up. It produces crap, boring, stupid music which challenges nothing and it's only apparent purpose is to make money for the swine in suits. Yet music is a wonderful thing: it's ability to communicate thoughts, feelings and ideas is perhaps unrivalled. It is one of the key elements in our culture; it's something that helps define our personal identities in a way which no other art form does. It's the basis of the lifestyle and even world view of tens of millions of people round the world. It means something.

But the music being churned out by major record labels ...
RJchoice Hey Dolly! good to know you're still making the cool chunes.
and sticking it to the man every chance you get.

sospiro last edited on Tue Jul 21, 2009 @ 04:29 PM hey bro, just saw a post of yours on the forums and was wondering if you had any music i can listen to...I dont see any link on your page but then again im not that used to using soundclick so maybe i just cand find it. would appreciate it if u check my tunes out too.

edit- never mind man, i see your links....i dunno how i missed em haha

peace love and music
raf21 Thank you for your message about "Orpheus and Eurydice".
I'm always surprised when people appreciate my music, especially "classical music"
See you soon ! Cheers !
koolau subs Cheers for the listen and time with strange days dolly sorry i didnt reply in the thread , Have give up with it and saved the slap bline for ron ; ) . I just thought it was sh***e the more i listened to it the worse it got .
Lou Quarmwater Thanks Dolly,
I found if I add more words then I don't have to learn to play the guitar better.
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