Revolution & Evolution   
Paul Pi  06 Apr '05  
The communications revolution is potentially EVOLUTION for both music authors and users. Accepted values and practices are truly up for grabs. On a daily basis music 'professionals' are waking-up to the fact that their comfortable careers in other peoples talent are taking a turn for the worse. Do you think they're going to give it up willingly? Without milking the teat dry?! Yeah right...

Within five years we shall bear witness to the demise of external control of our stars of desire & their callous cobwebs of cartoon consumption. Online audio distribution and digital convergeance is going to profoundly affect the traditional relationship between author, label and consumer. WE will have the infrastructure to enable us to deliver synchroneous communication between artist and consumer, without recourse to, supervision by - or cutting a deal with - the capitalist music machine. And do you know what's got them so jumpy? Well....basically it's that hardly anybody would even care! But this will never be unless WE start making the right moves, right NOW..

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Joseph-Robert Standing    09 Nov '04   
Under estimating how verocious the corporate machine can be is a dangerous thing in a revolution. Think about punk. It came and exploded and was something new, orginal and different but it got digested by the music industry and now its pretty much a fashion of clothes. (Designer holes in jeans, expensive hair cream to for the scruffy look etc.) Busted and McFly, these are bands that some people would actually consider punk just because they wear the clothes. There aren't any punk representitives left in the mainstream and I don't really consider those NME kind of punks to be alternative (a lot of them are on Jonathon Ross!) and none have them have any real grit like the old punks.

The internet does open a lot of oppurtunities and there will be a lot of bands doing weird and wondeful things and getting there stuff out there. But in the end those corporate jerks will cash in on any kind of scene as soon as its popular, just like they made the weak, pop-sounding Nashville Sound (Ohhhhh Danny Boy) out of raw and soulfull country and folk music like the Carter family and Hank Williams.

They'll have their own internet labels and how will alternative bands get noticed when these huge co
 
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anonymous    24 Aug '05   
Records are dead and gone. That was the 1960s. Record sales have been falling since the mid sixties. Playstation is what the kids of today spend their pocket money on.

Now this revolution of which you speak isn't going to be one of the artists finding an audience, it's about connecting people up in a non-geographical communities using advanced multimedia communications. Simple. It's going to produce the darkest and most fucked up, misinterpreted and bizarre and beautiful culture yet seen in the world. A totally fractured and sprawling society, full of banality and timewasting. Read Neuromancer. The future is dark, oh yes. But there will be shining lights, and they will shine for mere seconds before being devoured by the inescapable pestering of technology. The better the gear you're using, the quicker you burn out.

Your kids, if you have them, will have the scariest technology on their mobile phones. The very scariest. But don't let governments or corporations claim they can protect you by censorship. Let the darkness out to play!
 
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Paul Pi    23 Jan '06   
Jesus fella I read all the Gibson stuff about 10 years back - and he depicts what can only be described as a superficial and impressionistic sketch of the tech-based life to come. Plus, all the 'characters' in his novels are virtually (heh) identical in tone and temprament. Yes, what a great author he didn't turn out to be.

Naturally you believe that (but of course) you're going to be on the right side of whatever shit is going down anyway. Well, let's hope so eh...

The relation between artist and record company is an abstract of a larger picture. And we in pimusic look to lead by example. And through this activity we will make a difference. William Gibson only thinks for profit and will make no meaningful difference whatsoever.

I don't have kids but even if I did, I'd be more scared about their headspace than their funky kit. And please don't go on about The Darkness - been about for too long now for a totally unfunny rock pastiche i'd say... ; )
 
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