Coming Summer 2019
because revolution happens...
Quoting The Revolution!
Taylor Swift says Spotify doesn't pay artists fairly
"All I can say is that … the landscape of the music industry itself is changing so quickly, that everything new, like Spotify, all feels to me a bit like a grand experiment," Swift told Yahoo.
"And I'm not willing to contribute my life's work to an experiment that I don't feel fairly compensates the writers, producers, artists, and creators of this music."
“And I just don't agree with perpetuating the perception that music has no value and should be free…”
Article by Chris Welch, The Verge
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Just like the Beatles did in the 60’s, digital media, social media, & the internet have revolutionized the world of music today - changing the way we experience Media forever - including the way we discover, listen to, and buy great music, as well as attend live concert events.
Never before have there been so many tools available for Bands & Artists to make music. And never has there been so much over saturation that fans can get lost trying to find a source for the best independent music available.
Yet the music industry is still being controlled by the Mega-Corp-Media-Conglomerate Wall Street owned Major Record Labels, dictating what music they think should be heard, and which bands get the spotlight - or which ones are shelved and buried – signing bands to lopsided
360 contracts, paying bands fractions of pennies on the dollar for streaming, charging bands recoupables against all label expenditures, taking publishing and ownership of the songs so the artists can't even perform their own songs without permission, and still stealing the lions share (80-90%) of the revenue for themselves. Every serious musician simply must read our article: The Four Evil Horsemen Of The Major Label Apocalypse.
Bands can't survive under this old and dying model. It’s time to set the music free from the corporate overlords, and instead reward the individual Bands & Artists for their creativity, making sure they get paid first - not lining the pockets of some mega mogul corporation at
the top who doesn't care about the music!