It comes as a great shock to hear of the sudden passing of the legendary Bruce Nazarian a.k.a. The Digital Guy. Some thoughts and words on his passing behind the link.
Den Branchenprimussen geht es inzwischen wieder gut – im Gegensatz zu den Künstlern. Die Musikerin Imogen Heap möchte dies mit einer offenen und fairen Plattform ändern
Ja!!! Das könnte funktionieren! // Yes! This might actually work!
Source: Subscriptions | Bandcamp
It’s my feeling that these Bandcamp guys are really more in the artist’s corner than any other platform. Sure, they need to make money, too, of course. Server farms, hosting, insurance – the whole nine of an enterprise. But the deals always sound a tad bit more fair than with the other guys. Go Bandcamp!
I enjoyed how Nils put things in perspective for independent artists and mentions great examples of what can be accomplished today using technology in ways we might not have thought of before. WTG and thanks, Nils!
“I (George Clinton) want to be known as the man who brought to the attention of America the copyright issues. That’s what I would like my legacy to be, to have turned people on to the fact that they need to fight for the rights to their music.”
He shouldn’t have to be doing this, nor should any artist. Sadly, though, it seems to be the only way to get what’s yours. I’m rooting for him! (probably not only for altruistic reasons, either, to be honest… )
I’ve watched this before, but even upon second time it gives me goosebumps from the cranial section of my head all over my body right down to my feet. And tears. He was the biggest, greatest artist at least in my lifetime – maybe of them all. Steve Jobs said “You’re here to make a dent in the universe”. To me, Michael Jackson left his footprint and legacy to last for all eternity. R.I.P., MJ!
Oh wie geil! Er spricht mir in so vielen Aspekten direkt aus der Seele was das Selbstverständnis als Künstler – um mal das große Wort zu benutzen – betrifft! Klasse Interview – anschauen!