EX.483 The Hour: The Changing Economics Of Electronic Music pt.2

  • Published
    7 Nov 2019
  • Filesize
    170 MB
  • Length
    01:14:00
  • Patrice Bäumel, Gunnar Haslam and Telefon Tel Aviv discuss the financial challenges facing music producers.
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  • This week's Exchange sees DJ, producer and journalist Angus Finlayson continue his investigation into the changing financial situation of underground producers. In part one, we heard about the impact of emerging technologies and streaming services on producer revenue and explored how the industry and community might work toward a fairer model. This month, producers like Patrice Bäumel, Gunnar Haslam and Telefon Tel Aviv reflect on the revenue streams, or lack thereof, available to producers today, along with perspectives from journalists and experts such as Liz Muirhead, Cherie Hu and Mat Dryhurst. First up, we look at the situation of producers trying to earn money from live performances and the complex world of performance royalties. Later on, we cover the divisive topic of brand sponsorship and the struggle facing producers who don't DJ. You can read a written version of the podcast in today's feature. The RA Exchange is also available on Spotify. Producer / Martha Pazienti Caidan
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      Adriaan de Roover -​ Confidence Gap​ [LEAVES] Telefon Tel Aviv - ​a younger version of myself ​[Ghostly International] Mårble - Berlin Actapulgite - ​Le Piege​ [Eclipse Tribez] Florian T M Zeisig - ​Personal Attention​ [anòmia] Holloway - ​Kelter​ [RE:Sources] Topdown Dialectic - ​A1​ [Peak Oil] Gunnar Haslam - ​Azote Du Guano​ [Delsin] Wun - ​Torus​ [Jelly Bean Farm] Radio Etc - ​Oasis spring​ [RESources] Shanti Celeste - ​Voz instrumental​ [Peach Discs] Ross Alexander - ​A3 Call Super and Parris - ​Chiselers Rush​ [CANUFEELTHESUNONYRBACK] Fairmont - ​Gazebo (Patrice Baumel remix) ​[Sapiens] Topdown Dialectic - ​B1​ [Peak Oil] Holloway - ​Kelter​ [RE:Sources]