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Stefan Goldmann | music | 01.02.2011
EVERYTHING POPULAR IS WRONG: HOW TO MAKE IT IN ELECTRONIC MUSIC DESPITE DEMOCRATIZATION
Stefan Goldmann on why Web 2.0 can work for you but won’t for most, where all the money went and how working against the market consensus can be a winning strategy. Electronic music. What we believed for a long time was that anyone with a bit of talent had a chance at a career of about ten years before eventually retiring from the circuit. Of course there are exceptions to whom this does not…
Suburban Punk Michael Bracewell | music | 01.02.2011
SUBURBAN PUNK
“and the Serpentine will look just the same and the gulls be as neat on the pond and the sunken garden unchanged and God knows what else is left of our London             my London, your London” Ezra Pound, from Canto LXXX The house was semi-detached, with three bedrooms, a pleasant, cottage style garden and a grey wooden fence overhung at one end by a lilac tree.  Built of Dorking brick in…
The sugar greek of music and the vain yearing for hierarchy Petr Ferenc | music | 01.01.2011
THE SUGAR GREEK OF MUSIC AND THE VAIN YEARING FOR HIERARCHY
Sugar Creek was only two inches deep and fifty yards wide at the bend. Now they had put the Mildred Barry Memorial Center for the Arts there. It was beautiful. Sugar Creek flooded now and then. In a land so flat, flooding was a queerly pretty thing for water to do. Sugar Creek brimmed over silently, formed a vast mirror in which children might safely play. The mirror showed the citizens the shape…
Music whose gestures cannot be seen  but that everyone wants  to listen to Jozef Cseres | music | 01.01.2011
MUSIC WHOSE GESTURES CANNOT BE SEEN BUT THAT EVERYONE WANTS TO LISTEN TO
There are, by far, not as many ways of understanding contemporary music, within all its twisting labyrinthine expressions, as there are manifestations of this music, and yet there exist important signs (or rather tendencies) that we can use to roughly describe and differentiate today’s music from that found in preceding decades. It is definitely characterized by an intermedia orientation and by…

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