Sunday, June 23, 2013

David Nemeth - 130623 - Music Manumit Podcast

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In this episode:
We talk with Creative Commons music blogger David Nemeth.

Here are Doug's notes from the interview.

actsofsilence.com
theeasypace.com

Give us an overview of your website
listening to “Creative Commons” before there was Creative Commons

Suggested by C.Reider and Gurdonark

Where do you get most of the material?
twitter & bandcamp

David enjoys flickr and the CC photos there!

How do you use twitter (categories, followings)?
More RTs!

Uses the similar people function

Doug’s music twitter is @dawmusicmanumit

What about hashtags (#ccmusic)?
David searches for

Not a techno fan!

Public Enemy is doing a remix thing.

“Chuck D has always been about openness”

Why do you use the the license you use? Are there limits on your site?
Anything but copyright! Started doing some podcasts!

Do people come to you?

Sometimes!

Doug has a comment on this one: What is the Creative Commons culture like in your region?
Just started working in Philadelphia

6 year old and 15 year old keep him busy!

Delaweird concert in Newark, DE

What are your ambitions for the websites?
Cool with it the way it is...but wants to start a netlabel

C.Reider sent David a vinyl

What drew you to Creative Commons?
budget!

The Clash

Joe Strummer likes making money!

States vs. Europe CC?

Kurt Smith is CC now...from Tears for Fears

Two dogs!

How old is archive.org?
archive.org netlabel area in 2000. 1997.

Where did the project name originate?
disruptive platypus

David likes disruptive

Name change

What are your other projects, if any?
enough for now...except field recording!

released on greenfield recordings

released on C.Reider’s vuhzmusic

one album

What are some of your favorite bands/artists/genres, CC or otherwise?
experimental. noise, but not harsh noise. Not a lot of beats, but sometimes (no drum and bass or anything like that)

make it different!

Aphex Twin

Who are some people you think we should try to get on the show (aka, who are the important people in Creative Commons music today)?

PS - enough records

Richard Sanderson

Dave Keifer (KG House)

Lee Losefer

Edu Komese

Ergo Phiz Miz

Monk Turner

?

Emily Lauren...

Xilem

natural sound curator

Is there anything else you would like to say/tell us about?
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