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Brian and Blake are back with another episode of the Chasing Tone Podcast.

Blake is considering a second non-guitar podcast where he just talks to people who are forging their own path. This leads to a conversation of ideas for new content creation.

Spotify, kind of a controversial source for music for some and income for others. Recently the CEO Daniel EK said that artists cannot expect to release an album every 3-4 years and find success on the platform. The guys look at the comments and dive deeper into how the “industry” has changed and what is needed to succeed in it.

it’s all in this week’s Chasing Tone Podcast.

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