Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Music 2.0: The quick hit mix

Regular FasterFuture visitor and contributor Jamie Burke has just had his Music2.0 slidedeck featured on the homepage of Slideshare.
It's a pretty cool fast-track through the shifting sands of music and its value chain.
Take a look below:
Music 2.0
View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: music 2.0)


  1. admirable stab at it but could do with laying off the kool-aid a bit. and looking further back than 2005 ;)
    jeez...yoof today. it's like punk never happened...

  2. Yes I think I've heard of this 'punkd' stuff your talking about. Isn't it a show with Ashton Kutcher on MTV ;)

    Whilst you can almost definitely trace the origins of Music 2.0 back to punk and beyond I'm not sure my music client would appreciate my giving them a lecture on music history given we are a UK social media agency. Hence I began with The Libertines.

    However would love for you to help evolve it further.

  3. @jamie
    i'm a bit bitter cos i used to run some labels back in the early 90's and got caught out by p2p etc. we didn't have the foresight at the time
    to see which way the wind was blowing.
    i guess my argument is, yes channels and distribution has changed but the notion of 'ground-up' is the same as it ever was.
    happy to chip in if i can help/provoke ;)
    eaonpritchard at

    good luck,

  4. I'm so glad you posted this because it is so relevant to our life right now. It's a pretty cool fast-track through the shifting sands of music and its value chain.

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