That group can exist as well. Honestly these two people are just making music they want to make and playing the shows they want to play. The empowerment side of it is a byproduct of some of the people that are into their music. It's no different than a young kid going to a DIY punk show back in the day and watching a band like Dirt Bike Annie play a small club and be like, "I can do that" and starting their own project. That's a net positive to me if it happens. I'm not really sure how they are preventing other artists from exposure or empowerment since they are still relatively small in scale.