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Sun, 24 August 2014
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Category:offers -- posted at: 7:20 PM
Sat, 23 August 2014
Is it me, or, do we seem to have fewer hours in a day these last few months? I could swear that’s the case because I seem to get less and less accomplished as time progresses. However, I was able to squeeze in this podcast episode just to let you know that I still speak into a mic and record it to share with the world. On this episode I play a couple of synthy tracks, a danceable one from Teeel, “Disk Go” from his recently released album “Hydrostatic”. The other song is by Kwamie Liv on a free ep she released a couple weeks ago. Her track “5am” is less dance and more moody as her voice recalls a cabaret singer from the 50’s.
On another part of the show is a conversation I had with Nik Havert talking about his time at Flashback Weekend. Nik Havert is a comic writer, scary movie host, music critic and a whole lot more, you can check all of his ongoing activities at Pickle Press. Nik had a booth at Flashback Weekend for his just released Candi 2089 comic featuring Samantha the Muscle Goddess. We talk about the festival and his Victor Von Psychotron alias that he uses in YouTube clips and Cable TV hosting classic sci-fi and horror movies. This is just a small part of a conversation that we’ll be hearing more from in future episodes.
As far as things that I am working on you can see my set of photos from the Mad Decent Block Party Detroit show on the MetroTimes slideshows page and more of my pics are featured at my MPAD Media facebook page.
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Wed, 13 August 2014
Ready for some tracks that are primed with deep beats and silky smooth vocals? Well look no further than Kwamie Liv who recently dropped her debut EP Lost in the Girl today for free download. She's travelled the world over and this first ep is already bursting with maturity and originality.
While Kwamie's down-tempo and intimate trip-hop/R&B early offerings "Follow You" and 5AM" set her out as one to watch Lost in the Girl further proves her flair for experimentation and determination to exceed expectations.
Category:blog -- posted at: 9:18 PM
Thu, 7 August 2014
Back in December I got a subscription for a few months of Spotify for half off their usual monthly price. For the first few weeks I was super impressed and interested in the service. I could easily stream endless amounts of music and create playlists for a very low monthly price. The catalog of music at Spotify is actually astounding so I can surprisingly find a lot of the music I like. Spotify suits the way I consume music as well. When it comes down to music, I’m an explorer, always willing to try different things. I’ll come across a band mentioned on a podcast or an article and look them up for a listen. I don’t repeat listen much because I’m usually moving on to the next band. I also like the community aspect to Spotify which a lot of other services are missing. I can see what my friends are listening to and they can easily share their music with me. Having recently watched the documentary Downloaded by Alex Winter, it reminded me how music Spotify compares to what I liked about Napster: easy access to lots of music with a community aspect.
However, from David Byrne to Pink Floyd, I have seen much of the artists negative response to Spotify and other streaming services. Their complaint is they make very little from these services and it would take a monumental amount of effort to get the millions of listens they need to make a decent size paycheck . I guess I look at it a little differently. I’ve reviewed music on and off for the past 20 years, so I have never paid for much of my music. With Spotify the artists get some funding from me which they never got in the past. However, that is my special circumstance. It’s different for the regular Joe that is used to paying for music. They are used to buying music in one format or another as property they keep on a physical CD or digital file.
Product by stream changes things, it makes physical space less cluttered but makes real life more complicated for the creators of entertainment. Which leaves me in a quandary because I have been trying to shift to a clutter free life. Over 25-years I’ve accumulated loads of CDs, cassettes and vinyl. I no longer have a record player and while I can admire vinyl making a comeback, I’m not about to go back to it. My car does not even have a CD player so I’m listening to those less and less and cassettes haven’t entered any conversation of mine for a couple decades. I want to stream with a good conscious. I want to sleep in my king size bed at night and rest easy knowing the artists in my headphones aren't sleeping in the streets. My compromise is to stream away and buy artist merchandise when I see them perform live. They usually get a bigger cut from their merchandise and for the smaller artists a lot of the time my cash is going straight from my pocket into theirs.
While this takes care of my dilemma, what about the bigger picture? How does having streaming services like Spotify and Google Play impact the way you buy and think about music?
Category:blog -- posted at: 1:40 AM
Wed, 9 July 2014
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Category:offers -- posted at: 3:44 AM
Wed, 25 June 2014
So much time has passed since my last podcast I’ll bet you might think you thought I podfaded. Well, you can set aside your fears as Most People Are DJs may rust but it will never fade away! This is a catch up episode to let you know all the activity I have been up the last few months, including comic conventions like C2E2 and Motor City Comic Con and Movement, Detroit’s electronic music festival. Some of the celebrities (at least in my book) I met along the way included cosplay superstar, Yaya Han, Katie Cassidy from Arrow and hipster rap artist, Riff Raff Pics.
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Fri, 6 June 2014
They started out as Lost Boys playing raw, punky music but with an occasional stroke of tender beauty. Soon they found themselves and refined who they are. They are the Prude Boys and they are coming to your town with a soaring guittar, a throbbing bass and a snappy snare.
MPAD: When did you form and why?
PB: We formed in the Spring of 2013 (as the Lost Boys), playing music in our buddy's attic to deal with being broke and bored. After playing and realizing we could all write songs together, and were addicted to playing, we got a name and a Facebook.
Category:blog -- posted at: 2:19 AM
Sun, 11 May 2014
By now all of you have to know that my two favorite things in life are indie comics and music. I get the best of both of worlds when somebody does both which is what Little Dragon has been up to lately. For their upcoming release "Nabuma Rubberband," Little Dragon is posting "Namuma Comics: The Story of Little Dragon" as a Tumblr IRL (btw, I do not know what "IRL" stands for). . You can listen to a full stream of the album right now on Amazon and at the Tumblr page. Little Dragon has always been a band I have wanted to spend more time with so this is the perfect time to delve into them. "Nabala Rubberband" is quite the jam as they pump up the funk and bring a more organic feel to their music.
In their press release it says for the album the were musically inspired by the more experimental pockets of Prince's back catalogue, club culture and the vintage Janet Jackson slow jams Yukimi used to listen to wandering around Gothenburg during the unrelenting winter, Nabuma Rubberband has a different feel to previous Little Dragon albums. "When you put some of Janet's really slow stuff on you feel like you're floating," Yukimi explains. "That feeling really influenced me and maybe that's why there are quite a lot of slow jams on the record. In the past we've been a bit self-conscious about making slow jams after 'Twice'. Then we wanted to make dance music which we did with Machine Dreams and then Ritual Union still had a dance vibe, but with this album it wasn't about that. The intention was about whatever we felt strongly about."
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