Friday 31 January 2014
Vigilante is stepping up to release the single “It’s Our Time” in an effort to raise funds for the members of the hacktivist group Anonymous currently facing prosecution. We offer him our sincere thanks and appreciation for, once again, thinking of us and going the distance for FreeAnons. “When Internet activists are getting longer prison sentences than rapists, you have to wonder what kind of world we’re leaving for our kids.” In a world where we see every day how goverments, banks and corporations strip away our privacy and freedoms in the name of greed, power, and control,
Activist, musician, DJ, producer, and steadfast supporter of FreeAnons, Ivan Munoz aka Vigilante has announced an upcoming tour in which he will raise awareness about issues surrounding whisteblowers and hacktivists. He’s one of the most important electronic music artists & Djs in South America. With his mix of electronic and metal, Vigilante has conquered audiences from Chile and all over the world.
With 6 international tours, Vigilante has brought his music to many countries: United States, Russia, Germany, Netherlands, Peru, Argentina, Chile, Czech Republic, Poland, Denmark, Belgium, France, Portugal, Switzerland, Italy, Norway, Spain, and many more.
He’s launched a crowdfunding campaign to take action to the next level and start a new tour, #opOurTime 2014, to promote his last single “It’s Our time” and to spread awareness about the Bradley Manning, Julian Assange, Edward Snowden and FreeAnons cases.
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