RedBull Gives you Music & Media
MLOVE & Reeperbahn Festival present a brand new event format:
Mobile x Music, September 20, 2012, Hamburg
Martin Brem, Head of Audio Portfolio, RedBull Media House
MLOVE: What is your favorite way to listen to music?
Martin Brem: Spotify
MLOVE: What style of music are you playing at the moment?
Martin Brem: No particular style preferences, but enjoy anything from Deadmau5 to Bernd Alois Zimmermann
MLOVE: Which format do you normally access music from?
Martin Brem: WAVs and Vinyl
It’s so bright, we gotta wear shades.
MLOVE: What is your vision for the Future of the Music Industry?
Martin Brem: It’s so bright, we gotta wear shades.
MLOVE: Is there any kind of Mobile service you wish we still used more popularly in the music industry?
Martin Brem: Nope
Another fan of Spotify…
MLOVE: How do you store, display, and share your music?
Martin Brem: Spotify
MLOVE: Do you watch music videos? If so, which channels do you frequent to view music clips (Tape, Vimeo, YouTube, etc..) ?
Martin Brem: Just professionally, mainly Tape.
MLOVE: How do you consume music via a mobile device?
Spotify, SoundHound, SoundCloud
MLOVE: Does Mobile technology give artists more independence? (control over their own branding, possibly distribution or creation, etc…)
Martin Brem: One loves to think that way, is it a reality? Well, probably.
MLOVE: In your opinion, what is the main source of income for artists today?
Martin Brem: So dependent on genre and artist status. Probably, overall income sources will still come from touring.
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