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Free Music Archive: A talk about the future of music and art on the internet - Tom Ray's Art Podcast 210110

One of my favorite music sites is opening again, the Free Music Archive

I talk with  Hessel van Oorschot from the Netherlands who's company Tribe of Noise bought the site after it was shut down a few years ago. We talk about his plans for the relaunch of this site.

But we also talk about the future of art and music on the internet. How different organizations like Coil and Grant for the Web are trying to find ways to help creators, artists, and musicians build their work outside of an ad-based revenue model.

This conversation isn't just for musicians it's a discussion about what the future of art on the web could be and what some of these organizations are trying right now.

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Links

Free Music Archive https://freemusicarchive.org

Tribe of Noise http://tribeofnoise.com

Coil https://coil.com/creator

Grant for the Web https://www.grantfortheweb.org

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