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It does seem a bit like sour grapes tbh.Oh right, thought you misunderstood, dint read the sarcasm.
Not sour grapes, more relevance. I mean he's done a few good remixes or whatever, but I dunno whether his opinion on what's going on has any bearing on things.
Apart from him being a proper working musician I suppose.
I mean that question has to come up in all this surely: the live show is where it's at for everyone in terms of Getting paid, but maybe there's a gap there in terms of audience and expectations. Like everyone listens to the mixes off the Facebook event, then they go along, and they hear it. Like there's no difference. Actually I've lost whatever point I was trying to make. Just that factor really, which isn't addressed in the article either. Like club spaces matter maybe. Dunno, I don't know what I'm writing here
That first label he mentions - GD4YA - is one he's involved in.CHAL IS A GREAT WRITER! BUT NO GD4YA, NO HOLDING HANDS, NO SNEAKER SOCIAL, NO INSTINCT, NO MORE TIME, NO UH...
THESE ARE THE LABELS AT THE FRONT OF EVOLVING UK MUSIC AND EASILY SELLING THE MOST RECORDS, WE NEED TO SUPPORT THEM NOT WAIT FOR THEM TO COME OF SOME USE TO A PLATFORM