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pyrdiscos on 04/13/2018 at 03:17PM

netlabel interview project update - march, 2018

Hello netlabelers and everyone interested in netaudio, free culture, open culture, etc.

I just wanted to let you all know that I have begun adding the interviews from this project here: 

https://netlabelinterviewproject.wordpress.com/

There are 34 interviews there as of today, including the following labels: 45 Echoes Sounds, 56kbps, Absence of Wax, Anything Records, Audiotalaia, Avantwhatever, Boltfish Recordings, Breathe Compilations, Carpal Tunnel, Coma Recordz, Comfort Stand, Control Valve, DMT Tapes, Dusted Wax Kingdom, Electronicgirls, Etched Traumas, Impulsive Habitat, Kahvi Collective, M.I.S.T. Records, MuteAnt Sounds, Nebular Silence, pan y rosas discos, Pause, Plus Timbre, Spettro Records, Sucumusic, test tube, Ton Doigt Dans Mon Cul, Treetrunk, Underpolen, Urbsounds, Vulpiano Records, Vuzh Music, Webbed Hand.

The project is ongoing and there are no deadlines. If you run a netlabel, I would love for you to particiapte. You can find the questions here. Feel free to copy, paste, answer and send them to me at pyrdiscos@gmail.com

I appreciate everyone who has taken the time to participate, to read, and to share. Thank you!!!

Best,
Keith

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pyrdiscos on 02/01/2017 at 05:40PM

netlabel interview project update

Hello netlabelers and everyone interested in netaudio, free culture, open culture, etc.

I just wanted to let you all know that I have begun adding the interviews from this project here: 

https://netlabelinterviewproject.wordpress.com/

There are 18 interviews there as of today, including the following labels: 45 Echoes Sounds, 56kbps, Absence of Wax, Anything Records, Audiotalaia, Breathe Compilations, Comfort Stand, Control Valve, Dusted Wax Kingdom, Etched Traumas, Impulsive Habitat, M.I.S.T. Records, Nebular Silence, Spettro Records, Treetrunk, Underpolen, Vuzh Music, Webbed Hand. 

If you would like to participate, there is still time. This is an open-ended project without any deadlines. You can find the questions here. Feel free to copy, paste, answer and send them to me at pyrdiscos@gmail.com

I appreciate everyone who has taken the time to participate, to read, and to share. Thank you!!!

Best,
Keith

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ange on 10/24/2013 at 09:38AM

Interview: Future of Music Summit 2013

My Music Thing/Flickr

The Future of Music Summit is coming up on Oct 28-29 in Washington DC. I’ll be there tweeting updates, but first I wanted to chat with their Interim Executive Director Casey Rae about what topics will be on the mind of musicians, policy makers, and others involved in the music industry at the summit this year.  

Think of this interview as a quick study, so you’ll have smart things to say between summit sessions, or while following along online. In addition to a bit about Casey himself and the history of the FMC, we also discuss low power FM, the economics of cultural production, voluntary agreements in copyright enforcement, preliminary steps towards copyright reform, and the arrival of iTunes Radio in the digital music landscape.


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bronwynbishop on 07/12/2013 at 08:30PM

Eclectic Composer Monk Turner's New Album of Instrumental Songs Inspired by His Friends

Demented Dustin and Monk Turner

Monk Turner is a Los Angeles-based composer and musician best known for the concept albums he’s been putting out for over ten years. These include Kaleidoscope (2012), an album about color that Monk produced in collaboration with over 40 artists from all over the world, and Calendar (2007), which features a song for every month of the year. He also won a little contest we held trying to overtrow the most popular song in the world.

For his latest release, Instrumental Friends Part 3 (2013), Monk wrote and performed twelve instrumental pieces about twelve of his friends. We caught up with Monk to chat about the album and his inspiration for the project. 

Fill in the blank: ____ Monk

Musical Monk

Are the people in the track titles (eg. Demented Dustin and Kind Katie) inspired by real friends of yours? 

They are friends of mine who took the time to fill out a questionnaire about themselves. They were asked to choose their adjective and musical selections. Other information biographical obtained from the questionnaires has been listed on my blog. On every post is a YouTube playlist for each Instrumental Friend that includes the tunes that their song is based on.

How does being a musician affect the friends and relationships in your life?

I have a joke amongst my friends that if you know me long enough, you’ll end up on a concept album. Many of those close to me have ended up on my albums including my parents! Also, many of my friends are gifted musicians and I see this as a fun way to showcase their talents.


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bronwynbishop on 07/12/2013 at 08:30PM

Eclectic Composer Monk Turner's New Album of Instrumental Songs Inspired by His Friends

Demented Dustin and Monk Turner

Monk Turner is a Los Angeles-based composer and musician best known for the concept albums he’s been putting out for over ten years. These include Kaleidoscope (2012), an album about color that Monk produced in collaboration with over 40 artists from all over the world, and Calendar (2007), which features a song for every month of the year. He also won a little contest we held trying to overtrow the most popular song in the world.

For his latest release, Instrumental Friends Part 3 (2013), Monk wrote and performed twelve instrumental pieces about twelve of his friends. We caught up with Monk to chat about the album and his inspiration for the project. 

Fill in the blank: ____ Monk

Musical Monk

Are the people in the track titles (eg. Demented Dustin and Kind Katie) inspired by real friends of yours? 

They are friends of mine who took the time to fill out a questionnaire about themselves. They were asked to choose their adjective and musical selections. Other information biographical obtained from the questionnaires has been listed on my blog. On every post is a YouTube playlist for each Instrumental Friend that includes the tunes that their song is based on.

How does being a musician affect the friends and relationships in your life?

I have a joke amongst my friends that if you know me long enough, you’ll end up on a concept album. Many of those close to me have ended up on my albums including my parents! Also, many of my friends are gifted musicians and I see this as a fun way to showcase their talents.


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