To you, what is a “hipster”? What do you think of the word’s usage these days? Are you a hipster? Do you hate hipsters? Do you like them? Do you secretly admire hipsters, but then hate on them in a public setting? Is “hipster” a term that accurately defines a group of people, or has it been turned into a cultural slur?
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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?
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?
What are some of your favorite music movies? Why? Why do we feel the need to play out the lives of some of our favorites artists and musical movements in film? What’s your favorite music documentary? Would you like to see your favorite music artist(s) in a movie? Have you already? What’s your favorite soundtrack? Has your favorite artist ever composed a soundtrack? Do you own tons of DVDs or Blu Rays? Are any of them music movies? Are you tired of reading questions? OK, I’ll stop. Love you
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Will music eventually become free? Will it cost little to nothing for listeners to hear any album they want? Will buying physical releases and supporting artists become old hat? Has the price of music fallen because of piracy? Has it fallen because of the enormous amount of albums out there right now? Have you heard any free albums this year that you loved? What have been some of your favorite free releases? Is putting out free music the best way for artists to spread the word about their material? Is this a business model musicians and the industry can sustain? Will this hurt physical releases? Tours? PR firms? Booking agents?