August 22nd, 2013 by Justin Colletti
It’s been ten years since Lio and Kay Kanine put out their first release: a compilation of 20 undiscovered bands, most of them from Brooklyn, titled NY: The Next Wave.
Lio Kanine (then known by his real name, Lio Cerezo) had landed a job with the indie distributor Alternative Distribution … Read More
August 13th, 2013 by Eleanor Goldfield
You want to go see a show.
You peruse the upcoming acts at your local venues and decide that not only is there little in common from one band to the next, but a lot of the bands just donâ€™t seem very good.
So then, how do you go about … Read More
July 31st, 2013 by Justin Colletti
Spotify made big news again in mid-July when producer Nigel Godrich and Radiohead’s Thom Yorke pulled their music from the streaming service.
Their move was not without precedent. Just a few months earlier, Jeremy DeVine, head of the indie record label Temporary Residence Ltd, came on to our InputOutput podcast … Read More
March 20th, 2013 by SonicScoop
If you’re a musician, a studio geek or a music fan, you’ve probably been hearing a lot of information â€” and misinformation â€” about Spotify, royalty rates, streaming services and the modern musical economy. Input Output hosts Geoff and Eli filter out all the noise in this new three-part series… Read More
February 7th, 2013 by Justin Colletti
In this episode of Input\Output, Geoff and Eli talk to David Lowery, the former frontman for Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven, who is now an economics professor at the University of Georgia.
Last summer, Lowrey wrote an open letter to Emily White, an NPR intern who … Read More