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“The people I worked with got laid off one by one so the whole system got completely replaced—new President, new A&R, new marketing, new everything. Suddenly there were all these new people who had no idea who I was.
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It’s no secret New York City is not the musical breeding ground of yore. Anthologized accounts of Patti Smith breaking onto the Max’s Kansas City scene, or Brian Eno recording a bunch of bands he discovered at a Tribeca art gallery in 1978 and giving birth to “No Wave”… these are hard origin stories to imagine in our fair city circa 2015. 3,035 more words
Big Record Labels in K-Pop
As mentioned in my last blog, there are different companies in K-Pop. Actually, there are HUNDREDS of them. But I picked the 3 biggest companies in K-Pop, because if I’m going to include all companies then this blog will be a whole mess. 171 more words
Being a record label executive isn’t as cool (or fun) as it used to be. Ever since worldwide sales peaked at $38 billion in 1999, the industry for recorded music has contracted to less than half of that ($15 billion in 2014). 30 more words
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Has it really been 30 years since the event that marked rock 'n' roll's passage into respectability?
It’s been sixty years since the birth of rock ‘n’ roll, and 30 years since the event that marked rock ‘n’ roll’s passage into respectability. Live Aid was held on 13 July 1985 in Wembley Stadium, it reached 1.9 billion people across 150 countries and raised £40 million. 310 more words