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It was written, recorded, and produced by Jona Bechtolt and Claire L. Inspired by the global surveillance disclosuresproceeds from the single benefit the international non-profit digital rights group Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Stand-up comedian and podcast host Marc Maron contributed a guitar solo to the song. We live much of our lives online; we should be outraged by the extent of the NSA's domestic spying programs.
Instead, we are sinking into a dangerous indifference. Insidious forces are at work. Help us reverse the entropy. The website made for the song uses a special font designed by a former National Security Agency contractor that is supposedly unreadable by optical character recognition software. Nsq
Internet forum Big Think ' s Nicholas Clairmont found it a "fun yet serious protest song" that "features an upbeat tone and bitter lyrics criticizing the widespread domestic surveillance being done Lets go to cowboys the NSA's PRISM program, among others. The quirky urgency, oscillating synth, and forewarnings about the U.
Brian Merchant of Vice ' s Motherboard reviewed "Party at the NSA" as a "fantastically goofball paranoid dance jam" as well as "a catchy, new wavy dance tune with, you know, satirically topical lyrics.
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