JAKARTA -- In the Indonesian capital there are people toting guitars, singing and playing music on almost every street corner. The archipelago has a strong popular music history, and has nurtured talented groups in all sorts of genres, from hip-hop to heavy metal, and from punk rock to jazz.
But many musicians fear that their art is now under threat -- a draft bill designed to control the industry in this Muslim-majority country may end up strangling it.
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