From the forthcoming documentary Unsound, Jurassic 5’s Cut Chemist discusses ‘pay-what-you-want’ and the impact it had on independent artists.
Zoe explains her background and how she became a DIY artist. She also explains how streaming services like Spotify don’t work out so well for independent artists. RELATED: Musicians POV : 1,000 True Fans (an answer) If the Internet is working for Musicians, Why aren’t more Musicians Working Professionally? Music Streaming Math, Can It All… Continue reading UNSOUND : Zoe Keating Interview : Part 1 [VIDEO]
A new documentary takes a hard look at how the digital age has eroded the value of music and the ability of musicians to make a living. Unsound, which is currently in the midst of an Indiegogo campaign to raise $52,000 to finish an edit of the film, marks Count’s first foray into the documentary… Continue reading The High Cost of Free | Music | East Bay Express
Digital Music News’ Paul Resnikoff discusses the reality of giving away your music for free and the myth that indie artists can survive from selling tshirts and touring.
From the forthcoming documentary Unsound: Bad Religion guitarist and Epitaph Records founder Brett Gurewitz talks about how large tech corporations make millions of dollars selling advertising- essentially making people the product, without them even realizing. The promise of free or cheap music is often used to draw eyeballs to websites, apps, and social networking platforms,… Continue reading UnSound : New Film Explores Artists Rights in The Digital Age (Video Clip)