With more and more music flooding the internet, artists, labels, and entrepreneurs are looking for new ways to engage fans. Many look to a subscription model as a way to provide listeners with a unique, niche experience. On this episode we hear from Patreon’s Jack Conte, Vinyl Me, Please founder Matthew Fiedler, Kevin Duquette (Topshelf Records) and Karl Hofstetter (Joyful Noise Recordings).
Jack Conte (Patreon)
Matthew Fiedler (Vinyl Me, Please)
Kevin Duquette (Topshelf Records)
Karl Hofstetter (Joyful Noise Recordings)
Colin Meloy “Here I Dreamt I Was An Architect”
Harvey Danger “Little Round Mirrors”
Elliott Smith “Angel In The Snow”
Delta 5 “Mind Your Own Business”
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