Don’t imitate, just innovate!!

Once again, chip- and micromusicians have been plagiarized. This time it's Laromlab aka Brandon Harrods who have been ripping off music by artists such as Crazy Q, Dubmood, Lotek Style and Dma-Sc (and released a full album with their songs!), but also Ikuma, Goto80 and myself... My song (Project24) was only used in a really shitty movie review podcast called "Popcast", but Laromlab clearly claimed in a myspace blog post that it was his composition. Read it here.

He has now posted an official excuse on his myspace page, but the ripped material, including the podcast episodes, are still floating around on the Internet.

To read the full story, and more detailed description of which songs have been plagiarize, please visit this page: http://technopolitan.se/~crazyq/dontcopythatfloppy/

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3 Comments

  1. Posted April 5, 2008 at 4:59 am | Permalink

    Project24! :D
    I'm 27 now so the track must be 3.5 years old.
    Listening to it again as I write stuff at home.
    I love it, thank you!!<3

  2. Posted April 5, 2008 at 6:59 pm | Permalink

    ale: Hehe, yep! Time flies, doesn't it? I listened to it again now for the first time in long, and it's brought back some memories :)

  3. Posted April 9, 2008 at 6:17 am | Permalink

    Wow, I really can't understand people that would rip music off like this. They must appreciate its quality, but just completely disregard that when they claim it as their own.

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