MOLSI Productions Release Musical Album "DIY Newspeak"

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On March 20th, 2018, MOLSI Productions released "DIY Newspeak"--its 4th musical album release since the start of 2018.

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MOLSI Productions' music album "DIY Newspeak" voices the opinion that the "free market" system is entirely an illusion, and criticizes the unfortunate "DIY" culture that the elites have pushed on everyday people, namely artists and small business owners, for their own financial gain.

On March 20th, 2018, Jack Molsi, and his media company "MOLSI Productions" released its 4th musical album since the start of 2018. When asked what inspired the new album, MOLSI said "My last album 'Outside Forces' was a flop because it was actually honest and I think only 1,000 people listened to it because it didn't advocate politically correct narratives, and it spoke about meaningful things like curing cancer, and apparently absolutely no one thinks curing cancer is at all a priority or that the subject is even worth thinking about. Censorship killed my last album so I figured I needed to go back to the basics.

This latest album "DIY Newspeak" started off innocent enough but was also sabotaged from day two onward." MOLSI continued, "None of my technology (hardware or software) worked properly, wires would go missing, my mail wouldn't get delivered as it was supposed to, so I couldn't replace malfunctioning equipment or needed components, my dog's hip was suddenly and mysteriously dislocated, I have gone completely under water from a financial standpoint and am living in a sea of endless overdraft fees and unpaid student loans.

Also, in spite of my best efforts, my tracks continued to get ruined mysteriously in post-production and I never had a single moment of peace and quiet in the month or so it took to write and record this album even though I was recording the album in a storage shed in a very remote and rural Florida town."

MOLSI Productions' music album "DIY Newspeak" voices the opinion that the "free market" system is entirely an illusion, and criticizes the unfortunate "DIY" culture that the elites have pushed on everyday people, namely artists and small business owners, for their own financial gain. Jack Molsi continued by saying "the album is actually a lot of fun and has many humorous moments. The process may have been doom and gloom but I tried not let the process affect the output. To give you an idea, the highlight for me was ending the record with a song written from the perspective of a tear drop. I thought that moment was very pure and I'm proud of it."

When asked what's next for himself and his media company, Jack Molsi responded by saying "I think I'm getting bought out by a bigger fish. I'm in talks. I won't name names. But they're very big. It might be what's best. If that doesn't pan out, I may apply for a job as a cashier at the local Wal-Mart. But I have so many big tech ideas that the opportunity cost associated with making music may have me switch gears at least for a while. Time will tell…"

"DIY Newspeak" is available to be previewed on YouTube by searching for "MOLSI - DIY Newspeak" and will be available for purchase soon. "DIY Newspeak" was recorded entirely in a storage shed in a remote acre of land in a rural town in Florida that Jack Molsi refuses to name (at least for now).

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