The good old proverb ‘If you want something done, you better do it yourself’ is very fitting here. Some time back I signed with Record Union and let them take care of getting my releases out on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and many other stores. One of them was LastFM. The days went by and – […]
Just a small note on a new feature here. If you look at the sidebar to the right you’ll see a new section: Shopping Zones. And besides the links to iTunes and Spotify there is a link to something called Interzone Webshop. That is just what it says. At last there is a online store fully […]
If I had a hat I’d tip it to the folks over at Record Union. They have in virtually no time at all pushed my two ambient albums onto a motherload of online stores and streams.
It is a fact that the Internet is slowly changing the way music is being marketed and sold. What really surprised me was how extremely slow the Big Record Companies were, and in a way still are, to move away from the old school of doing business. That in itself is a very good evidence of how greedy and self rewarding that industry had become.
The original plan for this place was to have all Interzone’s releases available here as MP3 files for free and easy download. But then a very interesting site came along called Gogoyoko. They are based in Iceland (Björk, Sigur Rós, et al), and they also have a some very cool polices: