Humanity would soon become instinct, replaced by machines who controlled every aspect of their daily lives. From work to home, from the supermarket to the gyms: there was no longer a neccessity for the human touch, not when robots could do it in a fraction of the time. Empathy was a distant memory — and emotions would soon follow.
Russian charity project 'Hand To Hand' launched last week to help support human rights initiatives in the country. Focusing particularly towards raising money for Meadiazona, an independent media outlet focused on the judicial, law enforcement and penal system in Russia, founded by Pussy Riot members Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova Медиазона, as well as a human rights media project aimed at combating political persecution titled ОВД-Инфо (OVD-Info).
Bringing together artists from home turf and overseas, including Juan MacLean, The Golden Filter, Sophie Du Palais, Anatolian Weapons and Timothy Clerkin, they've put together a VA compilation that weaves together electro, breaks, EBM, DnB and more.
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