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The DIY Daily Podcast #156 - June 28, 2012

Brian Thompson Podcasts on June 28, 2012 15:26

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Episode #156 of The DIY Daily Podcast:
Inspire. Educate. Motivate.

Today's topic?
Living The Life Of An Ostrich: The Denial Of A Digital Lifestyle (With Your Head In The Sand)

Today's Featured Song Of The Week is Dead Like Me from Ryan Cook.

This podcast is brought to you by: MusicXray: 21st Century A&R and Tunecore: Music & Video Distribution.

A spontaneously recorded episode marking the beginning of... ? Well, the beginning of something which has clearly yet to be defined.

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  • Orev Shalom
    Orev Shalom on June 28, 2012 16:10

    I was just talking about this. Someone was saying how they just give up and they wish music was the way it was. Feeling like they would have a deal right now in the older model of the industry. They love music but are giving up because they are staying mad about the industry instead of adapting and finding out how they can fit in. I'm 32 and I have been rapping looking for deals since I was 18 and now I'm glad at the changes because I'm doing more now than I ever could then and its liberating. Great to hear confirmation of our discussion on this podcast. Keep it up :)

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