Music and piracy is a bad, bad combination and if you are unlucky, might even land you in trouble with the RIAA. Unless of course it is John Mayer and Johnny Depp on each side of my bed; in which case the entire world should celebrate the coming together of music and piracy as
we they become a glorious one under the shadows of the pale moonlight…
Or you buy a CD featuring local underground bands for RM20 and with your purchase, get to redeem two complimentary tickets to watch Pirates of the Caribbean: At WorldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s End at any GSC cinemas in Klang Valley! ARRrrrrrrrr mateyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!11111111
The featured bands are 13 Tribes, Mathari, Miniature Garden, Telephony Delivery, The Basil Band, The Caylor Sisters and SkyJuiceCoffee. Judging by the very kesian-y state of Malaysian music, they probably have day jobs ( they’d better! ) and are doing this for the love of music so varied from the likes of SheilaOn7, mawisux, mawisux and mawisux. That, believe me, is the best thing since [ insert Malaysian achievement here ]. Click here to listen to the demo tracks.
The whole deal is brought to you by Tumpang.com, a new Malaysian e-shopping site where registered members can purchase discounted items ( either singular or in bulk, and in the case of the latter, more discount will be given ).
And that is how music and piracy get together
(Despite the advertorial tone of this post, I am not getting paid for it. Maybe I should start charging or something… )