-Observer: Musicians Mourn the Loss of Other Music, NYC's Best Record Store
Yup. Other Music is closing. "Don’t Mourn, Organize!"
"Other Music’s closing isn’t ‘nature,’ it isn’t ‘life’—it’s a small part of the entirely preventable destruction of the economy of the people who make and sell recorded music. That destruction is being carried out for the profit of corporations which sell ad space on their sites’ ‘content.’ They don’t make music. They don’t sell it. But the more files, the more hits. The more hits, the more advertising dollars. If the files are posted illegally, without the permission of the person who made it, no problem: Congress has (so far) permitted these corporate black marketeers (and yes, YouTube fits this description) a free ride, granting them a ‘safe harbor’ from liability for the harm they’ve done.
-NOISEY (EXCLUSIVE): THE BEEF ABOUT COPYRIGHT CONTINUES WITH STEVE ALBINI VS. MARC RIBOT, PART…? CRAP, WE LOST TRACK.
-Marc Ribot on Respecting Artists’ Rights at The Talkhouse
-NY Times Op-Ed - Room for Debate “If Streaming is the Future, You Can Kiss Jazz and Other Genres Goodbye
-Listen to Marc & Sarah Manning discuss Artists’ Rights on the second half of WNYU’s The Phoenix
-Newsweek: Putting a Price on Radio Play
-NPR's Morning Edition: