This project is currently run by Keith Helt. I started this project in the Fall of 2016. I had been thinking about documenting and archiving netlabels, the culture of netlabels and the work that goes into them. After struggling to come up with a perfect solution I finally decided to abandon the perfect and just start with some questions. A text based interview is better than nothing and much more realistic in terms of what I have time and capacity to do.
Both the site and the project are works in progress, so if you have any suggestions about either, please let me know.
One disclosure note – I run the pan y rosas discos netlabel, but this project is unaffiliated with the label and although I answered the interview questions I will not use this site to promote my label.
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