Thursday 8 May 2014
One of the worlds largest and longest running hacking conferences, celebrates its 20th year with an energetic and appropriately themed compilation.
Founder and head of the conference, Jeff Moss (also known as Dark Tangent), tasked DEF-CON "goon" and Muti Music artist Great Scott with cherry picking the talent filled track selections; attentively acknowledging that music is our fuel. Glitch Hop acts AMB, Mochipet and Cryptex play along side nerd-rockers Minibosses, nerdcore rap all-stars like MC Frontalot, and technoists like Highsage.
The mix of hacker artists is like riding a wave of concentration: zoning out to the ambient tones and letting the determining beats carry your energy and flow (or moving your fingers on the keyboard for that matter).
100 percent of the proceeds from the sales go to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a non profit agency advocating digital rights, fighting for first amendment rights and against egregious government bills like SOPA and the Cybersecurity Act of 2012. We urge you to purchase the DEF CON XX Compilation and spread the word to your friends and family.
[#Mirror by Team Poison]
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