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This blog post is by guest blogger Hoatzin Aname If I wanted to stop whatever you are doing right now and make you go and buy a music album or a concert ticket for a specific artist or band, how sho...
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Nov 2020
Our last few posts on the Radio Crème Brulee blog section have been devoted to how artists and bands are reinventing their outreach to fans in the midst of the global Covid19 pandemic. Many have hit...
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Jun 2020
For some of us, it has been over six weeks since stay-at-home orders were issued. Never has our collective need for hope, optimism, and positivity been greater – as we continue to come to terms wit...
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Apr 2020
“No one listens to terrestrial radio – radio is dead! Spotify and Apple Music have rendered terrestrial radio stations in America irrelevant”. I have heard several variations of this comment d...
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Sep 2019
The symbiotic relationship between artists and influential patrons of art is an age-old one. The most noteworthy of these in history is the well-documented one between the iconic painter and sculptor ...
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Jun 2019
In the 90s, MTV Asia and Channel V were my avenues of choice for unbridled escapism. The two 24-hour music video channels were my window to a world of exotic destinations, convoluted and symbolism-rid...
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Apr 2019
Before I dive into this article, I would like to state that this is not meant to be a lampooning of Spotify – the reigning king of music streaming which is inching closer towards global dominance. T...
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Dec 2018
Public stupidity (both genuine and feigned) can be oddly seductive. The uncontrollable lure or temptation for us to repeatedly revisit something that we find utterly ridiculous is quite staggering. In...
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Apr 2016
We are over a month and a half overdue with this post – which we typically do at the end of each year. We are going to blame our prolonged delay on being distracted with the effort of migrating ...
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Feb 2016
In the past, the music industry had several sources of revenue – record sales, music licensing, radio royalties, live performances and more. For “larger than life” pop stars, product...
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Jun 2015