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Category Archives: Music
Peter Asher’s name might not be in your mental database, but if you attended his interview with Kevin Bowe at DIY you can now add his name to your list of “Seminal People in Pop/Rock History That I Have Met.” … Continue reading
If you dream of Moog and smokey jazz-halls, ambient, synthesis, drone, you have to check out what RPE Duo are making. Doctors Matt Postle (trumpet/synths) and Radek Rudnicki meld synthesis and heavily manipulated/sampled live trumpet to build some amazing soundscapes.
I like Bob Lefsetz. He lets the music business have it! He speaks whatever he feels, he never holds his “tongue” for anyone just so they’ll like him, and he puts himself in a tough spot from time to time … Continue reading
By Cheyenne Brandt Friday, January 20th 2012 – Music Business DIY’r and award winning singer/songwriter Dan Israel offered DIY onlookers an acoustic set featuring songs spanning his 15 + year career. Not only is he unabashedly honest in presentation, Israel’s songs pair … Continue reading
By Cheyenne Brandt Friday, January 13th – Today’s music business installment, filled with rock hair and loud guitars, shook the walls of Robinson Hall to the sound of Minneapolis rock ‘n’ roll quartet, Black Church Service. These rockers pull from … Continue reading
On Friday, October 28, The Institute of Production and Recording welcomed hip-hop artist Kristoff Krane to DIY-360. To intro the day, Host Adam Levy read Krane’s bio; it’s something he typically doesn’t do for DIY guests, but he found it … Continue reading
I’m finally tired of it all, but I’m going to write another piece on it, because it’s still relevant to the current music business landscape. Even at IPR there are those who believe that digital distribution is evil and those … Continue reading
On Friday, October 21 country artist The Cactus Blossoms joined The Institute of Production and Recording for the first DIY-360 of the new quarter. Beginning with a song that resembled old country blues, members Page Burkum (guitar/vocals), Jack Torrey (guitar/vocals), … Continue reading
Just when I think I’ve got it figured out, something changes my mind. And, because of IPR, I’ve got to think about this stuff everyday: the headache continues… According to an article I connected with via digitalmusicnews.com, Cold Play is … Continue reading