“Should I play or should I close?” — is the question everybody in the club music scene is asking themselves these days, or if they’re not, they should be. But is it really a black-or-white kind of question? Any shades in between? Here are some suggestions on how you can be responsible without totally sacrificing your social life.
Budapest Music Scene
Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Queen, Paul Mc Cartney … to name only a few, all used Rotosound strings for their instruments. Here we are now, sitting in the meeting room of the Rotosound booth at the most important music industry trade show in the world, the NAMM in Anaheim / Los Angeles, and I have the distinct privilege to interview the present owner of this prestigious company, Jason How, the… Read More »A Truly Unrivaled Heritage: Interview with Jason How, owner of Rotosound Music Strings
Part of the criticism for open mics revolves around the very fact that too many people get a chance, which inherently invites less-than-qualified performers, lowering the overall standards within the club music scene. On top of this, there’s also a concern that too many open mics might simply spread the community too thin.
Considering that just a few years ago there were no regular open mic events in our beloved city, one can be quick to observe that they’re now spreading like an infectious disease. The only question is: how long will they keep breeding like rabbits? (Credit for the expression goes to Winston Churchill, in reference to the people of East India.) And let’s face it, we do hear many comments to… Read More »Are there too many open mics in Budapest? (1)