Tuesday, April 2, 2013

CHANGE OF PLANS RE MUTANT AND THE FMA

After much discussion and debate, it became clear to both the Mutant brain trust in VDO and to WFMU that the particular requirements of the creative commons licensing used by the FMA would be too complex and slow down the process of getting material posted on Mutant too much to make sense in our unique case. Mutant and WFMU still have plans in the works for future activities together, but for now, the files that we share will remain housed on our own Dropbox accounts, and as with the first set of posts on the new Mutant, only be shared after gaining the clearance of the artist(s) involved.

7 comments:

  1. a band you may want to check out
    www.primitiveagriculture.bandcamp.com

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  2. WHAT IS YOUR DROPBOX ACCOUNT THOUGH

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  3. Would you mind sharing my solo project (now defunct), Unlife? It's dark, industrial, electro, ambient, synth experiemental music.

    http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?jzbhcowe3hzmh30

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  4. Does this mean you could get all of the AMANDA tapes from WFMU and post them here?

    Thanks, Mutant!

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  5. Hello Mutant!
    Can you reupload this album?
    http://mutant-sounds.blogspot.com/2007/03/reportaz-stlp1987poland.html

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  6. lol at you calling someone else a "faux mutant", on twitter no less. zero great posts since jim cc'd those thousands of usenet rips back in 2007. the "mutant dynasty" was built on reblogs of other peoples' rips and now you want to hate on someone else? très wic

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  7. only shared after clearance of the artist(s) involved.

    what if they're dead ?
    guessing no more long lost little known forgotten relics

    how did sharing become illegal enterprise, if artists should get paid for every copy, how come plumbers, carpenters, electricians, etc don't continue to get paid everytime 'artists' shit, walk on stage, turn on a light or plug in their equipment - they could not produce anything without work of others. I'm not against royalties but $15-30 for a 10 cent CD is a bit much. What about shows, don't they get paid fairly for their time? better than most workers get toiling for minimum wage?

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