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The Death of EDM (By Matt Dezz)

The Death of EDM (By Matt Dezz)

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Before I begin my piece, I would like to express that this article is solely my opinion, The opinions expressed by myself is not shared amongst others affiliated within Producers United.

EDM IS GOING THE WAY OF DISCO:

By Matt Dezz

It is about 10 in the morning, I have just woken up.…

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Should I Go To College Or Not? A Letter To The Music Entrepreneurs of Today

Should I Go To College Or Not? A Letter To The Music Entrepreneurs of Today

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College Vs No College

The topic of College vs. No College came up in some ProU Discussion a while back, and is still a huge nag in my thought process for my future. Is college needed for those trying to pursue a career in music production, or music in general?…

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The Zen Of The Amateur

Nobody want’s to be known as simply an “amateur.” After all, an amateur is just some wannabe who can’t seem to get a big break. If you’re an amatuer, you simply don’t have what it takes to take it to the next level and become a professional.…

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Irresistible Persons: Justin, Main, and Dujhan

Irresistible Persons: Justin, Main, and Dujhan

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I am irresistibly drawn to people who inspire me. Screw the fancy effects and expensive gear. That’s analogous to makeup on women (and sometimes men) – nice, but it won’t keep me hooked on its own. Sure, I’ll definitely appreciate when someone’s done a good job on their track.…

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Joey B’s Selfless Act: Gives Up Half His Showtime for Glasshouse Family

Joey B’s Selfless Act: Gives Up Half His Showtime for Glasshouse Family

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Recently at the R.A The Rugged Man Show in Worcester, Joey B The Soft-Hearted gave up showtime for his fellow-Glasshouse family members Token and Composition (15 and 16 years old). This was a big trip for the show that a large portion of the Glasshouse family  had made the trek up to and were looking forward to for quite some time.

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