I don’t think we do…
Nothing is dead.
Here are all the videos I made in regards to SXSW 2012. I saw a ton of artists, and I want to thank everyone who performed, and everyone who I met down there. Here we go:
Watch PressPausePlay here.
Of course everyone on the planet can’t be a career musician. The economy couldn’t possibly sustain such a world. However, are there just too many musicians releasing their music onto the internet right now? Could there ever possibly be such a thing as too much music on the internet? If there was such a thing, what would it look like? Do you feel great music is being drowned out by how much music is out there right now? Is the in calculable mass of music on the internet killing the art? Is it killing musical culture?
I know most of you don’t have the time to sit through a documentary of this length, but PressPausePlay is a must-watch if you’re at all interested in how the digital age is changing the world of art. Throughout this doc, people are interviewed from across the creative spectrum, touching down in the mediums of music, art, photography, films, and literature. Get more info on the documentary here.
What makes an album a 10? Is a 10 a perfect album, or is it just an album that meets your threshold of enjoyment? Does a 10 have to me game-changing? History-making? What makes an album a 10 to you?
One of my favorite YouTube channels right now is easily 5-Second Films. Thought there is a limit on time in the project’s videos, there’s no limit on hilarity.
Was that corny enough?
Music’s greatest satirist, “Weird Al” Yankovic, was actually featured in the YouTube channel’s latest episode. Yesssssssssssssssssssssss!