Remember the days of good music? Music publishers have zero respect for the artist. F.U.Q.D.U.P. looks at the Grammys, a perfect example of corporate greed run amok in a world of terrible music, huge profits, and disappointed fans. .
“They promote this eardrum decaying syphilis to a generalized public, which doesn’t really care about the substance and meaning of music anyway.”
February 19, 2016
Do you remember good music? I do.
I remember the days of bands like Aerosmith, Black Sabbath, and Blue Oyster Cult. Somewhere along this road of music publishing, profits took over, and everything turned to shit.
Music publishers were never a friend to the artists to begin with. Let’s be honest, the just jumped on top of something they could exploit to make money. It’s actually a form of gas-lighting, if you think about, since so many musicians truly believe they are nothing without the publisher.
But times have changed, and music publishers have become the new “artists”, with simplistic garbage they call music and a pretty face plastered onto whatever they sell.
The Grammys are a perfect example of this corporate greed run amok in a world of bad music, huge profits, and disappointed fans.