Musicians, graft watchdog unite to fight corruption
The Jakarta Post
Aware of the power of music to influence people, antigraft watchdog Indonesian Corruption Watch (ICW) has joined forces with some of the country’s finest independent musicians to produce an album to promote its anticorruption campaign.
During the past three months, under the auspices of the ICW, bands and musicians including Zeke Khaseli, Bali-based grunge outfit Navicula, Jakarta-based r...
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