Digital music labels today – almost a pattern, with the universal access to the Internet, as a means of quickly obtaining music. Around the world, in the course of several years of the development of digital distribution of music files, the number of digital labels has gained an incredible scale – hundreds of thousands of them, from releasing one release throughout their existence to releasing releases weekly. Russia boom of digital labels also did not pass. Having your own music label in the careers of DJs and musicians was just as necessary a continuation as, for example, writing and producing music.
The reasons for the mass use of the opportunity to open your label are quite understandable and justified: many have gone through refusals to release their music on major labels, many lack the musical material that would meet the requirements and match the musical taste to play, many just want to control their profits from sales of their creativity. Continue reading
Many musicians who have never worked in the accompanying compositions of national pop stars naively believe that for the musician this is an undoubted success, contributing to further professional and career growth. Speaking at the stadium, in the spotlight, surrounded by cameras is considered more prestigious than playing in a restaurant or a small club. Yes, it is worth adding to this, many people think that the musicians of the “star” groups receive some exorbitant salary. As a result, they have the opportunity to buy expensive instruments, professional equipment, as well as apartments, cars, etc. Of course, it is quite logical to conclude that working with stars is beneficial because the musician of her team gradually acquires acquaintances, connections that give hope for the future. Continue reading
“Thank you … Of course, my father – for the fact that he bought me a guitar, with which it all started …”
Ritchie Blackmore’s thanks to
last disc Rainbow
“Stranger In Us All” (1995)
Richard Hugh Blackmore was born on April 14, 1945 in the English town of Weston-Super-Mare. The first instrument – an ordinary acoustic guitar – was presented to Ritchie at the age of ten by his father, and it was his father who insisted that Ritchie not only learned to strum on six strings, but also take classical guitar lessons. Continue reading