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Digital Resistance

Digital ResistanceData provided by DiscogsDigital Resistance is a fiercely political band formed by academics (degrees and PhDs in Computer Science, Mathematics and Psychology) who bring their political and scientific activism into their music in an unapologetically left-wing anarchist style. Their songs are a call to rebellious action against capitalism, with lessons on how to withstand opposition. Continuously bringing awareness to known issues (human rights, climate change, social inequality), and also those lesser known outside the academic community such as the Open Access movement, and to charities such as Psychologists for Change.
DR formed in Cardiff in 2019 when guitarist Simon Thorne asked his long-term friend and co-worker Ana Carolina Calderon to write her political frustrations in lyric form. From that conversation, 4 songs were born (released in March 2019) all angry leftist rants at the status quo. They met bassist (and fellow resistance warrior) Graeme Karger mid-April 2019 and the 3 instantly hit it off, connecting on both music and issues of politics and social inclusion. In early June 2019, Simon found out drummer Josh Edwards, who had been a student of both Ana and Simon, was looking for a band, the 4 jammed and had an immediate connection. From July they started working on new material, with plans to release a single later this year and their debut E.P. "Pillars of Oppression" in 2020.
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