Tag: Music

Tag: Music

Riverside: Essential reading for music lovers everywhere!
January 16, 2012 Music @lordlancaster

‘Riverside: Newcastle’s Legendary Alternative Music Venue‘ is a must-read for anyone who has ever been to a gig, been in a band (or dreamt of being in one) or has any interest, love or passion for the music industry. Lovingly compiled by former employee Hazel Plater and fanzine writer/avid gig-goer Carl Taylor, the book takes

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First mover advantage (& disadvantage)
January 12, 2012 Inspiration, Music, Nokia, Windows Phone @lordlancaster

Most businesses are obsessed with being the first to do something or release a product. However, it’s been proven time and again throughout history that coming second or even later in the list can be an advantage as you improve on what came before you. As Anil K. Gupta and Haiyan Wang remind us in Wired magazine (Feb 2012), it

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My music on SoundCloud
January 4, 2012 DJing, Music @lordlancaster

Something I’ve been meaning to do for ages is to upload some of my old music productions and remixes from my former life as a DJ/producer (2003-2006) to SoundCloud and here they are! Paul Lancaster – ‘Don’t Stop Burning’ (Sabotage Systems 2003) Thrill Kill Kult – ‘Leathersex’ (Paul Lancaster’s Wipeclean Mix) (Red Ant 2004) Paul Lancaster

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6 Tech Predictions for 2012
January 2, 2012 Bambuser, Foursquare, Music, Nokia, SoLoMo, Windows Phone @lordlancaster

Some tech / digital predictions for 2012 from me: SoLoMo (Social Local Mobile) apps like Foursquare will really start to take off as more businesses start to see the benefit (and necessity) in offering useful and relevant deals and discounts to loyal customers. Foursquare has been around for a while now but heavy investment in the company, sharp

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