Posts By: Jakob Kuznicki

Know What You Can Do for A Good Cause with Acantha Lang

It’s been almost two months since New Orleans born singer/songwriter Acantha Lang has released her first-ever original single “Know Your Name,” inspired by a homeless young man in London, reflecting her thoughts on watching the daily struggle of this poor soul representing a large number of homeless people all over the world. In her ongoing effort… Read more »

To Point Fingers and Claim Responsibility… Or Not

Last month in Germany, the Federal Court made a ruling which moved to limit the liability of parents for their minor children’s illegal music sharing. The court’s decision stipulates that parents are not liable for the illegal music file sharing of their minor child if they have educated their children enough about the prohibition of participating… Read more »

Downloads, Watch Out! Streaming Is Where It’s At

As the digital music landscape continues to grow and change, streaming and downloads are duking it out for a majority stake. Of course, we hope they’ll find a way to live happily side-by-side — like cats and dogs perhaps? — but right now, they’re still feeling each other out. Watching the arena closely are Strategy… Read more »

Get Your NYCROPHONE On and Treat Your Soul to Some Sweet Sweet Music

NYCROPHONE is not an ordinary music blog. The name is an amalgamation of “microphone,” an essential tool in music, and “New York,” a major epicenter for the industry. Created in 2011 by Hauke Gahrmann, a constant fixture in New York’s underground music scene, NYCROPHONE not only provides a platform for artists whose songs and videos are… Read more »