The usual culprit for clone songs are advertising companies. Not wanting to pay the original artist, but still use their funky tune, they usually resort to making something so similar to the original, you’d think it was the same song with a few notes out of place. It happened to Eminem, Sigur Rós, REM and […]
B-sting is a producer/musician, a blogger and an ICT-pro to pay the bills. He has been active on the web as B-sting since 1995, when the web was still filmed in black 'n white. He's been making music on his own and in various bands for even longer than that. He's quite the nerd when it comes to the origin of samples and talks a lot about that.
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Nope, working on new stuff at the moment. No gigs planned.
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