diDocumentaries : The Evolution Of Bahamian Music explained via Island 102.9 FM radio interview w/ Keith Rolle Nov. 11, 2012
Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012 (Music Business blogger) PJ Sands and I woke up the Bahamas via Inspiration with Keith on Island 102.9 FM. During the show we discussed the diDocumentaries series The Evolution of Bahamian Music , touched briefly on our collective experiences and the business of music in the Bahamas.
The Evolution of Bahamian Music : DI Documentaries A 3 part documentation series shot primarily with mobile and wearable cameras. The documentary captures the subjects in their elements and allows viewers to truly experience them as they exist in their craft.
Explore how international & digital influences have changed the sound of Bahamian Music.
The project will be aired the second week of Jan. 2013 via DIRadioCast.com as well as pitched to other music blogs for airplay.
All supporters of the project will be listed in the credits and have and opportunity to be interviewed by our network . The interviews will be aired as audio lead pieces for the project. Interviewees will share their reasons for supporting the making of the documentary and have a chance to promote any project they are working on.
The main goal of the documentary is to show how social and cultural influences have changed the sound of Bahamian music. Our objective is to use this product to help identify selling points for global consumption of Bahamian music.
DIRadioCast New Media Network
DIRadioCast is a new media network that focuses on Music, Technology and the implementation of technology in small Business.
DistinctiveImpression Multimedia Group is the parent company that manages the DI (Distinctive Impression) Brand. Under this umbrella DI along with our, brand partners support , create and develop new media products and campaigns.
The DS3 Group
The premiere entertainment boutique agency of its kind with offices in the Bahamas, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Houston, Miami and the United Kingdom , The DS3 Group offers Booking Assistance, Contract Review, Copyright Processing, Consulting, Artist Development, Distribution, Event & Conference Services, Legal Services, Management, Production, Public Relations and Publishing Assistance.
Six Rules to Live By (How we rate music)
- Song must be memorable [it sticks in your mind.accomplished by use of a hook / catchy phrase/something repeated several times]
- The Song has immediate appeal.
- Uses some kind of special imagery.
- Song is well crafted [ It has a beginning, middle and end]
- Everything lyrical and musical hold to a central theme [no digressions]
- elements of mystery[It transport the spirit]
David Baskerville, Ph.D
Music Business Handbook & Career Guide 7th Edition, Sherwood Publishing Partners 2001, pg 25
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