Joe from the band Vitne.
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Notes from the interview.
pronounced "Vitna" pretty much….”Vitneh”
They painted posters!
Where did the project name originate?
Tell us about your music and tell us what’s new!
5th grade violin, then band in middle school
flute or saxophone...chose flute
marching band in South Carolina
bass guitar in 5th March
Golden Palace: http://goldenpalaceband.com/
moved to Norway in 2010
2009 she found in
hair metal band because video of over-the-top hair metal
hair metal band is sorta current lineup
long blond hair
Eddie Van Halen “Jump” video
Hair metal band: Seks
retro heavy metal - Judas Priest, Twisted Sister (Under_the_Blade)
(Rock) Hart...originated from mockumentary “The Conqueror”
fan of Japanese rock. Japan is a supporter of Seks! (and Hart and Vitne it would seem)
China and Russia too...but China is interesting
studying the languages!
What drew you to Creative Commons?
Hart (retro album) wasn’t doing well
music mentor: Tom Hess: wikipedia link
2013 when Vitne started
Your Band is a Virus Book
Amanda Palmer, CC rock star
Free Culture by Lawrence Lessig
not much playing live
Why do you use the the license you use?
Kellee Maize article comes up again!
Any interesting uses?
“Destroyer” workout video
EP/mini-album: Endless Blue
intro tracks give you a feel!
Academia, California: http://www.theakademia.com/
Anything coming out?
Something out in fall 2016, perhaps
more flute! (Jethro_Tull in Russia)
lots of it recorded...at home
Full Sail in Florida: Full_Sail_University
break lasted 3-weeks
video games are not working toward something...unless you do a video game podcast
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)?
Is there anything else you would like to say/tell us about?
All albums available on CD too!
$1, $5, $10, $20
“Making A Murderer”
Closing track: "Endless Blue" from latest EP also named Endless Blue. The entire EP is CC-BY.
Inspired by the band Crumb: Seconds, Minutes, Hours: (indie rock)
lots of metal influence though. lots of guitar layers
more layers, and flute(!)
voice is not Crumb-sounding