Street music: Why face-to-face mixtape selling still matters

Street music: Why face-to-face mixtape selling still matters
 

It's a freezing Thursday night in London, with snow blanketing much of the city. Hip-hop heavyweight DJ Premier is headlining Fabric, but not even his presence can guarantee a full house, with many fans opting to stay home and avoid the weather.
A couple walks up to the small queue outside the club, both wrapped up tight against the cold. As they near the entrance, they're approached by a man wearing a black hoodie over a matching cap. "Hey there. Going to Premo?" he says, and holds out a CD. "You should check out our album. It's real good hip-hop, dope punchlines. Only five... read more

 
13 January 2011 in Art & Culture, Views: 5
Source: Guardian
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