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Updated: 2012-06-14T00:06:29.299+01:00

 



This is a pretty wild idea, and I really dig it. O...

2012-06-14T00:06:29.299+01:00

This is a pretty wild idea, and I really dig it. Out of the games so far, I definitely liked the M83 one the best, probably because "Intro" is such a great song to inspire a cool game. The M83 tunes that Morgan Kibby contributes to are usually my favorite and "Intro" is no exception. Cool stuff, Pitchfork now let's see if they actually develop this instead of milking it



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2010-11-02T04:27:29.207+00:00

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2010-09-10T06:48:12.140+01:00

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2010-06-08T07:42:51.647+01:00

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$800 dollars. Wow. Wasn't even such a thing wh...

2010-03-25T20:48:16.621+00:00

$800 dollars. Wow. Wasn't even such a thing when I went back in...um...let's say 1989...seems like yesterday.



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2010-03-05T11:25:50.922+00:00

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2010-02-21T05:57:33.198+00:00

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2010-01-15T17:22:27.840+00:00

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I recently came accross your blog and have been re...

2010-01-12T06:42:09.092+00:00

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Is it a full time (i.e. 35 hours a week) role?

2009-12-08T14:06:22.485+00:00

Is it a full time (i.e. 35 hours a week) role?



Sorry, I read that yesterday so I may be going off...

2009-12-02T14:24:40.126+00:00

Sorry, I read that yesterday so I may be going off-point here (or repeating somethings you already said?) - I think the problem with lists reinforcing the canonical positions of average albums is that the list-compilers ask for too many votes from the writers. My listening throughout the year is influenced a great deal by what is well-reviewed and hyped and what my friends recommend which itself



Why have so many comments on 2009's various &#...

2009-11-25T19:19:02.904+00:00

Why have so many comments on 2009's various 'Best Of' lists been mentioning race? It's appeared on so many blogs/websites recently.

You are totally correct in stating that indie, rock, folk etc simply don't have many non-white artists.

What do people expect? Are they seriously suggesting that you deliberately didn't select non-white artsits because



Bang on the money Malcolm...the perceived value of...

2009-11-17T11:35:03.655+00:00

Bang on the money Malcolm...the perceived value of live music has nosedived, and it's massively to do with the amount of mediocrity or just plain rubbishness that is being peddled en masse...
I didn't touch on that in my original point but: If the mass saturation consisted of brilliant live acts bands people would have the nice problem of deciding what to catch and would the live



Sean, as per point 4, I think you'll find that...

2009-11-17T00:56:05.242+00:00

Sean, as per point 4, I think you'll find that in these days of 360 deals, some record labels DO have a vested interest in their bands live revenues. I've heard of OTR merch sales being claimed by labels as a means to prop up tour support, or the rights owned outright as a way to offset advances. For most artists touring the UK is one of THE most expensive places in Europe and more often



I agree with much of what has been said here. I th...

2009-11-16T17:43:22.732+00:00

I agree with much of what has been said here. I think the live music industry may be setting itself up for a major fall having not learned from the mistakes the record labels made a few years back. Earlier in the year I wrote the following on the subject:

don't be a stain on the carpet<



Live music has just become a bit of a saturation p...

2009-11-16T15:32:50.919+00:00

Live music has just become a bit of a saturation point for the moment - i think a lot of gig going punters are beleaguered with the sheer AMOUNT of LIVE BANDS! that pop up...

It's no longer the bastion of credible dedicated venues, (they still exist thankfully) where promotion, handling of the night and band lineups are spot on...it's the shitty bars that buy a crap PA, 5+



I spent thousands as an unsigned artist - I've...

2009-11-16T12:14:57.951+00:00

I spent thousands as an unsigned artist - I've lost count - but I'm still high in debt. I never got paid for a festival and made minimal amounts back on merch which just covered petrol to and from the location. Still, we had a good time; and in the short term, that's what it was all for. Long-term, and somewhat ironically, it gets harder and harder for small bands to succeed as the




2009-11-15T13:20:29.187+00:00

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I had the same thought when I saw that report. I&#...

2009-11-14T19:49:25.826+00:00

I had the same thought when I saw that report. I've worked with musicians for eight years. These are, by most standards, very successful artists. They are the middle class of musicians people who have been able to make enough to do music full time.

But it's getting harder for them to make the same money from gigs that they used to make. In the past a club would have just one



Further comments from others over on DiS Music For...

2009-11-14T14:57:43.623+00:00

Further comments from others over on DiS Music Forum http://drownedinsound.com/community/boards/music/4206336



From what I saw whilst working the tech side of gi...

2009-11-14T14:28:07.332+00:00

From what I saw whilst working the tech side of gigs in Sheffield you're completely right about the smaller level gigs.

Since the Academy moved in the Students Union, where I worked, completely struggled - first to get any decent sized gigs through (SJM used to use the Octagon, but with a part share in Academys that no longer happens) and then for the gigs they did get, couldn'



I appreciate the thoughts and the link, Sean. Peop...

2009-11-13T13:48:11.390+00:00

I appreciate the thoughts and the link, Sean. People may want to know that they can read the essay in one piece here. (On the blog it's broken into two sections, with the second part, now, first, as per a blog's backward chronology. So this link may be easier.)



Thanks for the link, Sean.

2009-11-13T05:47:57.240+00:00

Thanks for the link, Sean.



interesting comments. I was at your talk in Newcas...

2009-10-09T01:23:31.364+01:00

interesting comments. I was at your talk in Newcastle tonight. I like your comments on creating a niche. unfortunatel there comes a time when an artist needs a third party. Then the industry drives that artist.

Interestingly I never set up a website first. i knocked out some cd-r promos and sent them to Radio and magazines and got lucky.

marcus h