If you’re an apple, don’t compare yourself to an orange. If you’re an orange, don’t hold yourself up against an apple. You are what you are and that’s okay!
Probably one of the strangest mental leaps we’ve made here on Flypaper to date, but Caleb Murphy makes a solid argument here. Do you agree?
A refined meditation on the subtle importance of artistic taste from a veteran music producer known for crossing aesthetic styles in unique ways.
In the Age of Affordability, recording live drummers in session is a mammoth, complicated, and unnecessary task – will electronic drums ultimately prevail?
A heartfelt OpEd by the director of the music documentary, “16 Bars,” on the challenges, solutions, and revelations of producing in a prison.
Announcing Behind The Bars, our week of unified, curated content that seeks to spread awareness of and active engagement with music programs in prisons.
A dual historical and contemporary editorial thinking through the blindspots and newfound responsibilties of curating in today’s cultural economy.
A seasoned veteran of the Nashville live music and recording session scene shares some thoughts about how the city has been affected by COVID-19 pandemic.
A concise meditation on growing up listening to DIY, lo-fi artists who experimented with their sound so that I could incorporate that ethos into my songs.
What’s more important than finding success in music? Find out in this thoughtful OpEd written by a musician, husband, and father in 2019.