In mid-February, Alec Empire of the iconic digital hardcore band Atari Teenage Riot got a call from Sony. The company was creating a commercial for their new handheld game console, the Sony Vita, and they wanted to use the song Black Flags from ATR’s most recent album Is This Hyperreal? for the score.
ATR tricked Sony into basically donating money to a legal defense fund for Anonymous members. I haven't listened to ATR in years so this connection is interesting.
ATR describes their new album as "a protest album for the Google age".
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