Tag Archives: Nine Inch Nails

Where Are My Smart Agents?

So say you want to buy music online. Why not? It’s convenient and well… convenient. Particularly if you already know what you want. Nothing beats a properly organized, well-stocked record store for finding new music. If you walk in and find music you like, then look at the albums nearby and have a high chance […]

The Fireman Has Landed

Today I got an odd-looking piece of mail: a large blue plastic bag closed by a zip tie and sporting a Swedish customs tag. Big and heavy, I wasn’t sure what was in it, mostly because it was something I ordered six months ago and was a month late – the super special super duper […]

Two Weeks

Been away on a much-deserved vacation for the last couple weeks. Brought along enough toys to blog and do some audio work, but did neither, so it’s been a little quiet around here. The content part of Music For The Monsters is just about done, I think, so I’ve been working on thoughts for the […]

Nine Inch Nails Redux

So, Trent Reznor releases an album, what – every 25 years or so? (Well, actually 5 years between the first few album, coming down to 2 or 3 more recently.) Nine Inch Nails released Ghosts I-IV in March, just a year after Year Zero. So perhaps it shouldn’t be shocking that their next album would […]

Free Music Is Not A Marketing Strategy

I feel like a zealous evangelist saying this, but the whole point of providing a free option on music distribution is to let more people hear your music, not to sell more of the non-free stuff. It’s a business model, not a marketing strategy. Some of you might say there is no difference. And you […]