Eli Anderson was addressed with how he decides to choose acts for shows and the CHBP. Generally the way he discovers music through mediums like Spotify, SoundCloud, Youtube, and other mediums. Long gone are the days that music buyers were sent music by emerging artists. Eli said
“I actually wished more bands would send me records.”
Kevin talked about how music was exchanged in the 90’s. He pointed out that the Seattle grunge scene was a relatively cheap market to work in because there were so many eager young bands. Kevin helped start 107.7 The End and talked about how the radio actually created an emotional connection with the audience.
“It was this thing that nobody knew what it was until it actually happened..” he said “…kids actually listening to the music they loved but they actually had to dig to share it, and suddenly there it was”
This is very important to recognize that essentially we are experiencing the same thing right now in our music industry. The only difference is that everyone has recognized that it has happened.
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