Slyck Interviews Meow Records

For some time now, the internet community has been shown many statistics on the decline in music sales. Some believe that selling music in a physical medium is a dying business.

Note: This is an article I wrote that was published elsewhere first. It has been republished here for archival purposes

A few may even go as far as to say that selling music at all is a dying business. To investigate further, Slyck interviewed an independent music store owner who opened business in 2006, who seems to wholeheartedly disagree with these notions.

The interview is part of a new feature here on Slyck. It has, so far, been named ‘The Slyck Show with Drew Wilson’. While the show in itself is straightforward for now, Slyck hopes to implement many new features to the show in future episodes. No set date has been made for the production of future episodes. The show is released under a Creative Commons 2.5, attribution, non-commercial, share-alike license. The show is edited, hosted and produced by Drew Wilson. The show can be downloaded for free here.

Show notes:

The interview was held right in the store with Bryndis Ogmundson, the owner of Meow Records. We tried to cover as many topics as possible just shortly after the store opened, but since customers started coming in, I decided not to interfere with her business, so I cut off the interview when customers started arriving.

Meow Records has a website here.

While not much is up there at the moment, the hope is that there’ll eventually be a fully functional website soon. It’s currently in development.

Drew Wilson on Twitter: @icecube85 and Google+.

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