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Occupy Radio mixes

we did some mixes in support of the occupy london movement. we don't see it as left versus right or anarchy versus order. but people taking action and applying pressure on a problem that politicians are unable to fix as they are also the shareholders. look forward to your comments and criticisms. robert Listen to Occupy Radio mixes on Soundcloud...

Four Walls - Massive Attack vs Burial ltd. edition 12"

four walls - massive attack vs burial ltd. edition 12" now available - buy from here... Artwork by Robert Del Naja Screen printed with gold glitter Each edition hand numbered 180-gram heavyweight vinyl Crafted by The Vinyl Factory

International Alert film featuring Angel

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Robert's blog

We had the unexpected honour of receiving the inaugural 'bands' band award at the Music Managers Forum and Featured Artist Coalition last week. It happens when you get to our age. Was made more special to us by the fact that it was presented to us by the great drummer and Pink Floyd maestro, Nick Mason. Then there was a Pink Floyd night on the BBC at the end of the same week..and as I settled in, the lingering tipsy glow of the awards ceremony was replaced by one of immense humility at what I was seeing and hearing. The unending greatness that is Pink Floyd..a band that still sounds and looks more modern and original than most of today's brave attempts at experimental and progressive music. Thanks again to Nick, a true genius.

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Media Reaction to the Riots

In context with the complicit support of the government, the banks looted the nation's wealth while destroying countless small businesses and brought the whole economy to its knees in a covert, clean manner, rather like organised crime. Our reaction was to march and wave banners and then bail them out. These kids would have to riot and steal every night for a year to run up a bill equivalent to the value of non-paid tax big business has 'avoided' out of the economy this year alone. They may not articulate their grievances like the politicians that condemn them but this is absolutely political. As for the 'mindless violence'… is there anything more mindless than the British taxpayer quietly paying back the debts of others while contributing bullets to conflicts that we have absolutely no understanding of? It's mad, sad and scary when we have to take to the streets to defend our homes and businesses from angry thieving kids, but where are the police and what justice is ever done when the mob is dressed in pin stripe. YouTube

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