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"band camp band camp" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:32 min | 3 weeks ago

"band camp band camp" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"88 7. For NPR comes from this station and from the NPR Wine club, bringing the wine world to people's homes with stories on each bottle and wines inspired by NPR's shows like Planet Money, Malbec. Available to adults, 21 years or older at NPR wine club dot org. And from Fidelity Wealth Management, helping clients develop investing strategies for tax efficiency more at fidelity dot com slash wealth Investment minimums apply. Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC. Hey, everyone, and Welcome to how I built this resilience edition from NPR. I'm Guy Raz. And on these episodes we're hearing from entrepreneurs and other interesting people about how they've been building resilience into their businesses during this very challenging time. And today, my conversation with Ethan Diamond, the CEO and co founder of Band Camp Band Camp, describes itself as an online record store and music community. Any band or musician can post their music on the site, sell it and also offer merchandise and tickets for live performances and the artists keep more than 80% of the prophet. Band camp had been steadily growing since its launch in 2000 and seven but last year was its biggest. Yet traffic to the site surged as concerts and festivals mostly shut down. You know, as you said, we're essentially an online record store and use a community where.

"band camp band camp" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

05:46 min | 2 months ago

"band camp band camp" Discussed on Channel 33

"Sure i feel about this new cycle but you helped a lot at one more question before we let you go and we'll stop talking about jobs reports just for for the remainder of the area. How is it. how's it white house. press briefings how. How's it been in the white house press shop since you'll by been president. How's it. how how is the the Environment changed from one administration to the next. It's a little different. I think i could fairly say i think you know. To some extent things have changed are going to be totally colored by how you feel about donald trump versus joe biden but in terms of the actual kind of physical elements of it. I think the things that are most remarkable that have changed one is that the by white house has taken our covid safe deal a lot more seriously So everybody who comes in. The press room is tested every single day. there's more spacing. There's more distance Everybody in the white house itself is wearing masks and a lot of them aren't coming in there working remotely so that's just a physical difference right where you get in the building a little bit less. You're more distance when you are. But there's a greater sense of physical safety especially before. Vaccinations really ramped up. And then the other is just in terms of You know the the press operation. I on the one hand kaley and her predecessors briefed infrequently were jen. Psaki is done it every single day or nearly every day. She takes questions from everybody in the room. It's much more. Like when i covered the obama administration Sort of regularity of that. And i think that something jen's talked about something that i think is definitely true. Is that when you have these briefings everyday and you're committed to taking questions. It forces a president administration to sort of come to answers on questions. And so there's a little bit more organization you see around around policy in that accent but on the other hand you know Sort of an amazing part of covering donald trump was nearly every day. You had a chance to shout a question at him directly and to ask him what he thought about the news of the day or frequently. Anything else he. He was interested in talking to and You know without kind of getting into whether or not that was good for the sort of political experiment as a whole it was a really unique and interesting window into a president that i think we haven't seen before and are unlikely to see again because it just kind of breeds chaos but it also gives what i think was one of his main political selling points which is just sort of that unfiltered view into him and so It it's definitely been a dramatic change a reversion a bit to how things were before and it can cut either way but i think it's a at least feels a little more normal or more what we're used to And the briefing room. Well thanks for that window inside the briefing room and inside jobs reports numbers and We're gonna have a feeling we're gonna be talking again soon. Thank you for being the sherpa on episode. One of david tries to understand economics My eleventh grade economics teacher I'm very proud of me. Justin sank white. White house correspondent for bloomberg. Thank you so much for doing this. Have good afternoon. Thanks for having me for david. Shoemaker guesses these strained pun headline yeah. Today's headline comes from garrett watson. And adam cortez its from tv. Oh dot org which is tv ontario's website. I will read you. These sub head david if summer camps. Don't get some clarity soon on whether they'll be allowed to reopen reasonably this is ontario summer camps. Here that's important. Some may never reopened k. If the summer camps can't figure out whether they're allowed to reopen a may never reopen. What was tv ontario's drained pun headline. I mean i'm trying. I feel like Immediately go into camp crystal lake or something like that is. Is it a fake summer camp. That i'm looking for now. This is going to be like a canoe pun a row fire. Campfire can't can't i start with. They've famous kind of summer. Camp or genre of summer camp. Like sleep away camp when you and i never like fat camp or no one you and i didn't go to. But maybe your sister went to appoint a girl scout camp brownies or girl camp. Ben i've known you know. What does she do. What does this do. Oh music camp which is called we call an camp band camp band camp Can't camp can't what we just spilled the word slightly differently a. n. e. d. band camp band camp. Yeah that's good. That's good question mark in the original band camp good work tv ontario. He is david shoemaker. I'm brian curtis production measured by arrogance. Avantis we are back. Thursday with nascar driver turned announcer. Jeff gordon plus more. Lukewarm takes about the media. See then david seal ryan..

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"band camp band camp" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

02:25 min | 3 months ago

"band camp band camp" Discussed on How I Built This

"And today my conversation with ethan diamond the ceo and co founder of band camp band camp describes itself as an online record store and music community. Any band or musician can post their music on the site sell it and also offer merchandise and tickets for live performances and the artists keep more than eighty percent of the profit band. Camp had been steadily growing since its launch in two thousand seven but last year was its biggest yet. Traffic to the site surged as concerts and festivals. Mostly shut down. You know as you said. We're essentially an online record store and use a community where fans connect with artists and directly. Support them and about half. The business is physical record. So vinyl cassettes cds. A lot of t-shirts as well and then half the business is a digital music. So people buying Digital and digital tracks directly from the artist and we also recently launched live streaming. So now tickets are part of it as well but You know. I would say that the thing that really sets us apart is that we just built the whole company and the welfare of the artist. So we don't we don't sell advertising. We don't really focus on subscriptions. We just help. Artists sell their music. And then we take a small revenue share on every sale. So what to say is that we only make money. If artists make a lot more money and sort of alignment of interest that we have built into our business model is really just everything about i would were. I would say an artist. I music company and something like eighty. Five percent on average of the revenue goes directly to the artist right. Yeah it's it ends up being There's payment processing fees Fee so on our and it varies by transactions is comes out to about eighty two percents that goes directly to the to the artist and then we pay that out every it usually takes about twenty four to forty eight hours. I've heard it described a little bit like esi for independent music. Is that a fair comparison. Totally yeah i and which i take is a complimentary. I think that that's i think it's a really good comparison at ca and banker both really large marketplaces that I think really focus on supporting the

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Interview With Ethan Diamond Of Bandcamp

How I Built This

02:25 min | 3 months ago

Interview With Ethan Diamond Of Bandcamp

"And today my conversation with ethan diamond the ceo and co founder of band camp band camp describes itself as an online record store and music community. Any band or musician can post their music on the site sell it and also offer merchandise and tickets for live performances and the artists keep more than eighty percent of the profit band. Camp had been steadily growing since its launch in two thousand seven but last year was its biggest yet. Traffic to the site surged as concerts and festivals. Mostly shut down. You know as you said. We're essentially an online record store and use a community where fans connect with artists and directly. Support them and about half. The business is physical record. So vinyl cassettes cds. A lot of t-shirts as well and then half the business is a digital music. So people buying Digital and digital tracks directly from the artist and we also recently launched live streaming. So now tickets are part of it as well but You know. I would say that the thing that really sets us apart is that we just built the whole company and the welfare of the artist. So we don't we don't sell advertising. We don't really focus on subscriptions. We just help. Artists sell their music. And then we take a small revenue share on every sale. So what to say is that we only make money. If artists make a lot more money and sort of alignment of interest that we have built into our business model is really just everything about i would were. I would say an artist. I music company and something like eighty. Five percent on average of the revenue goes directly to the artist right. Yeah it's it ends up being There's payment processing fees Fee so on our and it varies by transactions is comes out to about eighty two percents that goes directly to the to the artist and then we pay that out every it usually takes about twenty four to forty eight hours. I've heard it described a little bit like esi for independent music. Is that a fair comparison. Totally yeah i and which i take is a complimentary. I think that that's i think it's a really good comparison at ca and banker both really large marketplaces that I think really focus on supporting the

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"band camp band camp" Discussed on Rooks and Becords Podcast

Rooks and Becords Podcast

07:02 min | 4 months ago

"band camp band camp" Discussed on Rooks and Becords Podcast

"Cinematic mug why. They caught a break by getting a song featured in a french tv series that got some traction outside of france when i think it was netflix or amazon. What are the two sorted streaming it. What about you are tv's and movies but there's really not a lot of independent television but certainly independent films. Is that an avenue either for you or for other artists to pursue to get your music out there. I know there are a lot of people who market themselves as people who score music. They worked through fiber for for example. That's one of the places where you can find people who will make instrumental music for your project or you could offer your services as an instrumental music provider for someone's project on fiber. Those are some of the ways that musicians get their their music out there. They go through this. This online service essentially and there are some people who are veterans like liz fair prior to the fun style album which depending on how you feel is either okay or kind of a low turn for her career but prior to that. She was doing a lot of television scoring for. I believe it's a show on the. Cw i feel that four musicians sometimes. It's freeing just to be on the instrument at cow. Let the instrument do the talking. And then you don't have to worry about m. i. beating up a cliche. Am i beating up. The girl. World heart torn apart travails. That we've heard all throughout the history of music are. Are we doing something new. You just sit there and you record and you kind of let the instrument takeover but after that you have to almost put on. Because you're you're in india an independent artists. You gotta put on your other hats. Which are how do i get this music out there. How do you promote your music. I mean i know you're on ban camp but how does an independent or how do independent artists because you probably work with others. What other avenues would sort of ways. They get their music out there. So people are more aware of it. There's a lot of networking. There's a lot of getting on social media letting people know making sure that you're in groups within the social media sphere where you could tell people that it's out there. You do a lot of interviews where you can. There is a way that you can send messages to different web scenes and there are services where you essentially by credits and with the credits. You can get the sites to at least listen to them. And maybe they'll do review. Maybe they won't. I think youtube is actually a very good place for promotion. I'll a lot of people are down on youtube. And in some cases they have every right to be but with youtube. And somebody who's committed and has at least enough of the basic equipment to put together a lyric video or an image video if it's if it's instrumental or whatever you don't need to be scorsese to come up with a video to promote yourself on youtube and i think that's probably one of the number one weighs one of the other ways is like with tune core again. You have to pay to make sure. Your songs are on spotify and apple music and amazon music. But it's i don't wanna see necessary evil because i don't think it's evil but it is the necessary than if you want to record music and you don't want to be just as weird hobby do well. You're an insomniac. You're going to need to get on streaming services you will not make money off of streaming services. You just won't but if you believe in what you did you've got to take all the way to the finish line and part of that is getting it out to the public and allowing the court of public opinion big or small to pass judgment on you. That's why people make things so other people will hear them if they like it. Then great maybe you can have a fan. If they don't like it they'll probably never listen to it again. You're not gonna make money off streaming the the odds are stacked against you right and would you make money off of the physical copy of of your product. Because there's some sunk cost into that because you have to front the cost of pressing vinyl and i guess putting together the cd as well there are costs involved but again. It's one of those things that it's almost weird if you don't have it but there's a good chance that you're not going to get a huge call for it. It sounds counterintuitive especially for somebody an artist who's on a fixed budget and can't afford to go spending a lot of money to do physical product. But you have to prove that you are in all the spots because the spot you're not in becomes a glaring void. So what i mean by that is that i get most of my traffic. Most of my response from band camp band camp is probably the best most artist. Friendly thing out there but spotify is the most used because it's the most convenient and you're going to get fractions fractions of pennies for your streams if people are actually streaming you. I don't believe that it is necessarily the boon to independent artists. That some would have you believe for my perspective. Daniel act who is the ceo of spotify said in an interview recently or was a roll out of product or something. They want to start making like a level tier groupings. You will pay to be being this grouping and you will get more visibility. The old pay to play Kind it is now if you're an independent artists. You're not going to do that if you are a major label. Of course sure absolutely. You're going to do it because you're gonna carve out as much of that real estate as you can dwi. Unfortunately we're hitting our time wall. So but i wanted to thank you for being on the roofs and bekker's podcasts. And congratulations on the new album. Called charm offensive. It's available on the online record store. That dwi just referenced which is ban gap and if you want the actual full on your it's dwi dunphy that's d. u. n. p. h. y. Dot band camp dot com. Thanks w appreciate it. Thanks for having me on as episode. Lebanon of the rooks records. Podcast comes to a close. I just want to remind you to subscribe to the podcast. And if you can comment on apple podcasts about what you like a little show here. There are other platforms to carry. The roofs and bekker's podcast iheartradio amazon slash audible spotify. Google stitcher soap. Wherever you get your podcasts. What's in becker's is probably there until next time. I'm ted and i'll be back soon to talk more about books and records..

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"band camp band camp" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

GSMC Music Podcast

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"band camp band camp" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast

"It's quite sad really where he's rapping about you know he wishes he could be anybody else but himself. At. S-. It's not where you want to be I hope Kendricks. Okay Probably just working through stuff on songs But Yeah I. Don't I don't know if that means the tone of all three of these songs is sort of dark and morose. So I would not be surprised if that's what the album multiple is, but you never know with Kendrick. Lastly gotTA. Love Me. This is probably the worst of the batch, really low key. Honestly, just Generic and boring maybe fits the album and then it would make more sense in there for more interesting to listen to but on its own, it's. Completely. Just brain dead and. Utterly, on compelling. Baby King. Who is his cousin fun fact appears on the hook, but he has no versus. It seems that he's rapping from the perspective of materialists in this song. I I don't I don't really know obviously, we don't have the context. Probably the weakest song the Bunch, not gonNA listen to that one again but I. Hope we get some news on. kendricks album because We need some Kendrick in twenty twenty to improve. Things Kendrick would a Kendrick surprised drop would do a lot for over mental health. Also, on radar ocean ater things I never said. This is her debut project. And it came to my attention after reading her feature on band camp. Band Camp Dot Com way to support artists and just great. Just so much music on their check it out. Ocean. ATER has grunge in indie garage rock sound much of it explores emotional anguish through the lens of the end of the world on the sound with Song titles like a crack in the world and the sky's falling. I think the best song and it's the standout single is I would find you. Great Baseline love we sense. Sounds like a desperate struggle to find companionship before the world stops spinning as. Band camp wrote as that's great description of that song. Heartbeat, and walk with you or a bit more grounded warm and. Ends on a hopeful note with the Song Sunshine which. says. I'm going outside today are feeling like things might be okay. Know little simple victories like that. Resonate quite a lot. In our type right now and twenty twenty especially for anyone in northern. California with these fires like gin even really step outside right now I've liked him sunshine. Last lease on my radar. Taylor. Swift's folklore is still number one. Three months later. She emerged from quarantine with folklore. We covered it the very first out beside I did for you guys. It was that classic surprise release. And it isn't it six week at number one, the longest streak at the top of the charts for any albums in strikes views for years ago..

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"band camp band camp" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:43 min | 4 years ago

"band camp band camp" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Didn't i didn't go out this week and i didn't see any music i didn't do anything it was kind of a plan i was going to do nothing except be productive and that was semi successful didn't drink too much didn't spend too much and there's no way to go through life right that's not exactly grabbing for the gusto well at a great weekend it in spend too much i didn't drink too much i did have four beers at one point arizona it's i thought i it's not that great i didn't really i can i'm over that i guess i'm like have a drink now and the navy and a couple of hours i another one that's that's how i role these days did work on music okay i must tell you i well lease attracts less used to be a dj at w cnn and she's got a studio now recording studio and she showed me it and her she has a son who is involved with recording staff because they're studio family and of course i'm aware sound cloud and all that the sun use the same music production program that i do in the sense do you have your stuff upon sound clown and i know i don't and i wanted to myself why because that stupid of me not to and he said you really added do it because it's much more find the bowl and there are more ways to access it this way better thing i'm a band camp band camp seems to be old like my space seems so i got involved and spent a night unsound cloud learning it posting learning about playlists and how to promote my music and how to find other music and when i really wanted i keep thinking i i want some sort of radio station so i can turn people onto the music i like mostly you're not gonna like it so it's not a big problem but i just would like to have it available i liked postponed circus seventy nine eighty three that's my i like that a lot and you could make platelets of what you like on sound cloud a lot of you our math know i wanna turn you on how to find music spotify sound cloud pandora but have actually as my booker to get representative of sound cloud on to really drill.

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