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David Rovics (born April 10, 1967) is an American indie singer/songwriter and anarchist. His music concerns topical subjects such as the 2003 Iraq war, anti-globalization and social justice issues. Rovics has been an outspoken critic of former President George W. Bush, the Republican Party, John Kerry, and the Democratic Party. By the early 1990s he was a full-time busker in the Boston subways. Rovics supports file sharing of his own work. In his song, Steal This MP3, encourages listeners to steal the very track and is a critique of copyright and the record industry. He is a Wobbly- a member of the Industrial Workers of the World.
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The Movement is a power-trio from Copenhagen/Denmark.
They play mod-rock with elements of ska. Their sound is influenced by The Jam, The Who and The Clash.
The Movement is a well dressed band who always wears suits, they know the old mod-slogan: “clean living under difficult circumstances”. The Movement is strongly committed to serve the working class. The main goal is to encourage young people to resist and question everything. In that matter The Clash has been a great influence: “Politics and poetry”.