The creative landscape is changing. Technologies like Pro Tools, the iPod, and peer-to-peer networks have become mainstream in the digital age, creating a wild frontier of sorts in music. Independent artists can reach mass audiences once forbidden to them. These technologies are fostering the rise of “semiotic democracy”—where more and more people are no longer passive consumers of mass media, but active participants in creating culture. Cops vs Lawyers, Issue 3

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1. "Piano Sample" DJ Platurn
2. "Frogs" Alpha Zeta (MC Azeem/DJ Zeph)
3. "Balance" Crown City Rockers f. Scarub
4. "Rocksteady" Co-Deez
5. "Bird's Eye View" Zion I
6. "No More Dating Deejays" Dj Sake One
7. "Interlude" Lunar Heights
8. "Things Change" Nebulus
9. "Run the Line" Peanut Butter Wolf f. Rasco & QBert
10. "People Like Me" Joyo Velarde
11. "Rubber Glue" Alpha Zeta (MC Azeem/DJ Zeph)
12. "Half & Half" Lunar Heights
13. "Declaration" Bucc Rogers
14. "Rain Makes it Perfect" The Dime
15. "The Final Round" Co-Deez