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Some good advice here on the following: Struggle #1: The local music scene seems cliquey. Struggle #2: You’re getting low show attendance. Struggle #3: People don’t buy records like they used to. Struggle #4: You’re reluctant to accept help. Source: Tips For Bringing A Crowd: Local Artist’s Guide To Beating The Struggle – hypebot
AWSOME Performance by all. WE don’t die. More here: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/see-living-colours-fervent-come-on-on-seth-meyers-w502481 Shade is Living Colour’s first new album in eight years; the LP was inspired by a Robert Johnson tribute performance in 2012. “I think the blues is overlooked in its complexity,” Reid told Rolling Stone. “We see it so much that we don’t even see itContinue Reading
Source: Back in 1982 I was dealing acid at Jim Morrison’s grave and that’s when I first met Vladimir Putin. A few minutes after we dropped Vlad asked how long before the effects would kick in, and I said about half an hour or so. I said he’d feel a sort of rising sense ofContinue Reading
The Kraftwerk sections from the BBC Four documentary “Krautrock: The Rebirth of Germany” originally aired Friday 23 October 2009.
1. Exclusivity 2. Time 3. Manager’s Management Services 4. Decision-Making 5. Commission 6. Expenses 7. Cash Flow Source: 7 Essential Clauses in an Artist Management Deal
Holding On Source: The War on Drugs Is Still Playing Rock the Old-Fashioned Way – The New York Times There is hope. I like what this band is doing and they way the singer/writer talks about it. This could be the future the music business has been waiting for. Back in the way back ofContinue Reading
Glen Campbell, the Rhinestone Cowboy himself, passed away the morning of Tuesday, August 8. The 81 year old country legend had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s four years earlier, a diagnosis he coped with in his later music, most notably his final album, Adios, released just two months before his death. A string of tribute covers haveContinue Reading
“The blues are some of the most iconic sounds of America. What began in the South in the late 19th century as a mix of work songs and spirituals evolved into a mostly secular, acoustic guitar driven musical embodiment of suffering, struggle and—in the best case scenarios—triumph that proliferated during the early-to-mid 20th century. ButContinue Reading
In music, as in film, we have reached a point where every element of every composition can be fully produced and automated by computers. This is a breakthrough that allows producers with little or no musical training the ability to rapidly turn out hits. Source: Brian Eno Explains the Loss of Humanity in Modern MusicContinue Reading