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The sound,

that will be


7 techno music tracks, for people

living under the rule of dictators. >>

Full album >>

SPOTIFY (soon)

██ 7 electronic music producers 

from Vilnius, Lithuania* took on dictators

from (1) Russia, (2) Eritrea, (3) China, (4) Syria,

(5) North Korea, (6) Belarus, (7) Myanmar

and sent them to "go f**ck themselves".

For the first time since 2004

there’re more autocratic states

than democracies around the world.

 F**k you, dictators. 

We believe in the transformative power

of culture. Society activists often

represent the last line of resistance. 

 Album: Sound of Freedom 

The world is full of scum in power.  █

We wondered what the worst of the worst

looks like. We wanted to identify >>

 the face of evil. 

To do that we ranked countries using data from

(1)"Reporters Without Borders’ World Press Freedom Index" ,

(2) "Economist Intelligence Unit's Democracy Index" and

(3) "Freedom House's Freedom in the World Index".

40 countries with the worst results were picked.

Then using AI visual tool we morphed these

TOP 40 dictators’ faces into one to get >>

 the ultimate dictator. 


█ Sound bites >>

Venomous BiteAlex Krell
00:00 / 00:30
The WhistlerCalli
00:00 / 00:30
Greed TalkingNeri J
00:00 / 00:30
00:00 / 00:30
Rest In Hell, You Motherf**kerMaria Paskevic
00:00 / 00:30
Blue and YellowOBCDN
00:00 / 00:30
RohingyaDeri Dako
00:00 / 00:30



 Producers taking part:  

Alex Krell



Deri Dako

Maria Paskevic

Neri J


 Cover designed by:  

Meda Dargytė

 Face generated by:  

Pijus Čeikauskas (aka. Pidžin)

 Mural created & painted by:  


Pijus Čeikauskas (aka. Pidžin)

(Hosts) Open Gallery , Vilnius

 Project initiators, producers & directors:  

Antidote Community


If any earnings are collected, all will be transferred

to Ukraine for resistance, support, or rebuild.


We used the ultimate dictator as a base in creating the album's cover.

His face was mocked, painted over, and tagged, to show

that we are not afraid of him or any other dictator.

 100% male. 63.85 years old.  

Graffiti is often an art form of resistance. 

To embody the album's idea, a symbolic painting

on the wall was accepted in the "Open Gallery", Vilnius.

 The mural of 2 meanings. 

◤ (1) The background is a semi-stenciled interpretation 

of the "Face of Evil". A black silhouette emerges from the

brick wall, staring straight like a "big brother" from 1984.

◤ (2) Yellow markings / tags are unpolished, authentic,

and intentionally looking unprofessional. It's as if someone

quickly ran up, painted them and ran away before the

dictator's "militia" saw her/him. Resistance and
mocking of dictators do not require special skills.


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