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Sunland #4: Evolution

December 3, 2014 @ 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Join us for our final Sunland event of the year! What’s Sunland, you say?  It’s a salon-style discussion series we produce with Sundance Books. The 2014 Series has focused on a variety of music-themed topics, and this last one is gonna be awesome! Check it out…

Evolution: Music’s Changing Landscape

We’d like to look at musical mediums of the past, present and future—as well as how people discover and support music over the ages. Is the Gold Record dead? Is Spotify inherently anti-artist, or is that spin?  Are record stores dying, or making an amazing comeback? Where does the fan fit in on the spectrum? We want to look at music discovery and how people support the music they love (via purchasing habits, trends, new and old technologies). We also want to chat about myths, uncovering the truth behind how technology changes the way we listen and appreciate music (or does it?), and hear the panelists take on the resurgence of old technologies—records/record players, tapes, etc—and the worth of modern listening technologies. What does the future look like for music-fans, for artists, and for businesses that work in music?


Sean Bohrman, Burger Records
Steve Steveson, 1-2-3-4 GO! Records
Richard Jackson, music veteran / former Soundwave CDs

Moderators: Jacob Rubeck and Troy Falk

Related books, articles and films HERE.


December 3, 2014
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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