And home taping is killing music.
Record companies are big business, and of course they want to scare us into thinking that their needs are in fact ours as well. This is obviously a simplification of a very complicated problem that is affecting all sorts of people in different ways, but this much is true: music [...]
I’m still in Austin for another full day of panels and parties, but I wanted to take a minute to post about my interivew with Matthew Shipp, which has just gone live on At Length today. We started talking about his new album but the conversation quickly got deep and awesome.
Shipp talked to me about [...]
A couple of quick notes.
First, I never blogged about it, but I read a short piece of memoir for the Soundtrack Series, a new reading series put together by Dana Rossi and Sean Williams in which people tell a personal story based on a song. I read at the inaugural event, held at the Waltz [...]