INDIEcent Exposure #1 — Munk Duane, “Argue With Gravity”

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Munk Duane talks with INDIEcent Exposure about Life, Music, and more Life on our first episode

Munk Duane, 2015; photo courtesy Munk Duane

Munk Duane, 2015; photo courtesy Munk Duane

I really can’t thank Munk enough for his generosity and honesty during our conversation. I can’t think of a more ideal guest to kick off this show—his experience, talent, and attitude are all examples of the traits an entrepreneur musician needs to survive and thrive today. Give a listen to the show, and if you have any musician friends who could benefit from Munk’s tale, send them our way…

Munk, a pioneer of podsafe music, achieves new levels of sophistication, but somehow manages to keep the emotional truths deliciously raw. With a “just-tapped” sense of honesty, “Argue With Gravity” presents listeners with a hard-won wisdom that is matched by an absolute mastery of the craft.

Argue With Gravity, by Munk Duane. Click on the album artwork to buy this release through our affiliate link from Amazon.com.

Argue With Gravity, by Munk Duane. Click on the album artwork to buy this release through our affiliate link from Amazon.com.

 

Here on the “Will Call,” we spin “Where Is My Ever After?” Check out another track from this release, “Stupid Pride,” on the Greylock Glass’s news podcast, the Top Left Corner.” Then, once you’ve gotten completely hooked on the sound, head on over to iTunes or Amazon.com (through our affiliate link) to pick up your copy of the CD or digital download.

 

 

 

 

Links mentioned on the show:

I Respect Music — Website supporting a new bill, Fair Play Fair Pay Act of 2015, that would update the law to ensure that artists are fairly paid on digital and AM/FM radio. The United States is the only democratic country in the world where artists don’t get paid for radio airplay.

The short list of countries that share the United States’ position on this issue includes Iran, North Korea, China, Vietnam, and Rwanda.

As a result of not paying their artists for radio airplay here in the United States, other democratic countries aren’t paying American artists in their countries.

Munk Duane

Munk Duane

 

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