Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Music Manumit Podcast - Stone Age Records - 120321

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In this episode: 
We talk with StoneAge Records, a netlabel from Indonesia.

Here are Doug's notes that he took during the interview.!/StoneAgeRcrds


From their website’s "about" page:
“StoneAge Records is a Jakarta based netlabel. In every its effort, StoneAge Records is a netlabel which is trying to collect all kind of audio and visual audio documentation for music in punk subculture with all the branches that lies beneath.”

Give us an overview of your project?
What are your ambitions for the project?
Just releasing what he likes.

What drew you to Creative Commons?
CC can get music to people that don’t have a lot of money.

Why do you use the the license you use?
-NC helps retain more rights to the artist.

Copyright in Indonesia was inherited from the Dutch.

What countries are some of the countries represented on Stone Age Records?
Never had a boundary. There’s a split with a German band. (among others, of course)

What other genres are there:

What is the Creative Commons culture like in your region/country?
Some bands are not CC, but people are receptive.
Indonesian netlabels are meeting in east Java.
More from the Indonesian scene:

What’s the hardcore scene like in Indonesia? We heard some disturbing news from Josh of Louis Lingg and the tragedy:

Tell us about your most popular release:
Where did the project name originate?

it was his bands name

Tell us about To Die:
Release all the live stuff
To Die has a different members each album.
It’s not a band, it’s a collective.

What are your other projects, if any?
A podcast.
A physical label!

What advice do you have for people wanting to release Creative Commons music in order to make money?
Physical products can be bought in local stores.
touring is hard because

There was a disagreement with a band on SAR 42. Can you tell us a bit about that?
It’s out now:

Another comment from me:

What are some of your favorite bands/artists/genres, CC or otherwise?
Bomb the Music Industry
Max Levine Ensemble
Something from Yes No Wave, I missed it. Something about The Misfits.

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?
Tear down the walls!