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Nvak Collective, a socially driven record label that signs, manages, develops, and empowers female and non-binary artists has announced a new standard for artists and labels. They’ve created the ‘Simple Agreement for Artist and Label’, which sets a new precedent for record deals by providing transparency, protection, and financial freedom for all involved. Most notably, this new standard provides services uncommon to artists, such as healthcare, dental coverage, and financial planning. A Schelling Point is a solution chosen by default in the absence of communication, that saves time and money because it’s agreed upon as standard by the community. Y […]

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SMASH, Seattle Musicians Access to Sustainable Healthcare, announces their incredible full lineup for Songs of Hope: A Virtual Night of Music to Support Medical, Dental & Mental Health Services for Local Musicians. This engaging event will feature performances by nine pairings of Seattle musicians, with accompanying video work by All is Well. Black Fret Executive Director Ben London (producer of past SMASH benefits) is supporting artist curation and outreach. Lineup: Dave Matthews w/Tomo Nakayama Mike McCready of Pearl Jam w/The Black Tones Chong the Nomad w/Caspar Babypants The Head and the Heart, Allen Stone & Whitney Mongé Duff McKagan w/Shaina Shepherd Ayron Jones, Cameron Lavi-Jones & Lupe Flores Naked Giants w/Mirrorgloss and DJ LBSTER de la HOYA Stephanie […]

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[embedded content] grandson knows how you feel. The artist known to his parents as Jordan Edward Benjamin isn’t going to beat himself up during the pandemic. And he doesn’t think you should, either. He explains his position on the new episode of AP Phoner with Altpress content director Paige Owens in no uncertain terms. “There’s […]