Good music longreads
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Making clean versions of explicit songs means taking advantage of every possible revenue stream.
— The New York Times
Over the last decade, the language and aesthetics of social justice have become the social currency of the music industry
Twenty years later, versions of Clint Mansell's 'Lux Aeterna' can still be heard in sports games, trailers, and ads
Brassland co-founder Alec Hanley Bemis explains what he's learned during almost two decades of running a label.
— The Creative Independent
Composers are ditching blockbuster films to take on the challenge of video game music
This paper was initially presented by the author at the Wired Society Electro-Acoustic Conference in Toronto in 1985