I read some stuff this week. You can read it too!

  • Two pieces about indie music labels this week: one by Ryan Bassil of Noisey, and one by Allyson McCabe of NPR. In an increasingly fractured and digital music market, major labels have less clout than ever before. With the advent of small “label services” companies, some artists are even opting to self-release their music. The Internet has made discoverability less of a problem for independent artists. It’s a bright new future in the music industry, and I couldn’t be more excited.

Alright, that’s enough for this week. I’ve got laundry to do. Of course, if you’re working for the NSA, you probably already knew that.

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