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63 minutes | 4 days ago
Spot Lyte On...Mr. Soul
From 1968 to 1973, the public television variety show SOUL!, guided by the enigmatic producer and host Ellis Haizlip, offered an unfiltered, uncompromising celebration of Black literature, poetry, music, and politics—voices that had few other options for national exposure, and, as a result, found the program an improbable place to call home.The series was among the first to provide expanded images of African Americans on television, shifting the gaze from inner-city poverty and violence to the vibrancy of the Black Arts Movement. With participants’ recollections and illuminating archival clips, Mr. SOUL! captures a critical moment in culture whose impact continues to resonate, and an unsung hero whose voice we need now more than ever to restore the SOUL of a nation. Stream MR. SOUL! on PBS today.Melissa Haizlip - director/producerBorn in Boston and raised in the US Virgin Islands, Connecticut and New York, director, Melissa Haizlip attended Yale University. After a 25-year career as a professional Broadway stage performer and film and television actor, Haizlip moved to Los Angeles to work in development at the American Film Institute and began casting for independent features. Her film 40, a multi-storyline, international thriller set in Turkey and Africa, premiered at Toronto International Film Festival 2010. Currently a fellow in Stanley Nelson’s Firelight Media Producers’ Lab, Haizlip participated in the Producers Guild of America Diversity Workshop 2011.She founded Shoes In The Bed Productions, an independent film production company producing cinematic works of non-fiction with an emphasis on diverse new voices and filmmakers of color. Haizlip has received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Black Programming Consortium, and ITVS’ Diversity Development Fund. Currently, Haizlip is in production with Mr. SOUL! and has several other projects in development.Ed Gerard - Music Supervisor Ed Gerrard is a Grammy winning Music Supervisor and current Board member for the Guild of Music Supervisors. The Guild consists of Music Supervisors in the world of Film, TV, Games, Commercials, and Brand Marketing. Ed has also managed artists such as Jon Cleary, Dr. John, Eliane Elias, Gogol Bordello, Hugh Masekela, Ike Turner, Angelique Kidjo, Cassandra Wilson, Deee-Lite, Lisa Fischer, Teddy Pendergrass, Bang Tango, Marcus Roberts, Cheb Khaled, Michelle Shocked, Simi Stone, and Thomas Dolby. Learn more about Lyte
58 minutes | 11 days ago
Spot Lyte On...Barrett Martin (Screaming Trees + Mad Season)
Latin Grammy-winning producer, composer, percussionist, and writer, Barrett Martin, has been playing music professionally for over 30 years, including work on over 100 albums worldwide. His work can be heard on albums by REM, Queens Of The Stone Age, Mad Season, Screaming Trees, Tuatara, Blues legend CeDell Davis, and recording sessions that range from the Peruvian Amazon, to Brazil, Cuba, the Palestinian West Bank, the Mississippi Delta, and the Alaskan Arctic. Barrett also holds a master’s degree in ethnomusicology and linguistics, and has practiced Zen and various martial arts for over 25 years.Barrett has taught at several universities across the United States, and has written essays for The Huffington Post and Riot Material. In 2014 he was awarded the ASCAP Deems Taylor/Virgil Thompson Award for excellence in writing, and in 2017 he won a Latin Grammy for producing the Best Brazilian Rock Album (Nando Reis, “Jardim-Pomar”). Barrett’s first book, “The Singing Earth,” was released in 2017, and his second book, “The Way Of The Zen Cowboy,” was released in 2019. His solo band, The Barrett Martin Group, has released 9 studio albums to date.His essays for Huffington Post can be read here: Huffington PostHis essays for Riot Material can be read here: Riot MaterialScattered Diamonds is the 9th studio album from Latin Grammy-winning producer, composer, percussionist, and writer, Barrett Martin. This time around, Barrett is featuring his collaborations with artists from around the world, from countries such as Iraq, India, Senegal, and Ghana, and including well-known rock and jazz musicians from Seattle, WA and Santa Fe, NM. These songs are as diverse as the guests themselves, and feature Barrett’s original compositional style, built around his visceral drumming and global percussion techniques. As Barrett describes it in his own words:Scattered Diamonds is a collection of my best songs and collaborations with friends from around the world. The album represents my global musical influences, and it seems particularly timely now, because they feature musicians and singers from the Middle East, West Africa, and India, as well as several jazz and rock musicians, who I have worked with over the years. Scattered Diamonds encapsulates all of these special guests and their immense talents, organized into one concise album. Each of these songs is a diamond in their unique example of how music can be expressed globally, and I think it’s my favorite album so far – it’s certainly the most adventurous!”Barrett has also been promoting his 2 books, The Singing Earth and The Way Of The Zen Cowboy (both available as audiobook, paperback, E-Book, and Kindle), and he will be embarking on a One-Man Storytelling Tour in 2021. At the shows, he will be telling stories from his books, performing on drums and multiple percussion instruments, and presenting a slideshow of his photos from 6 continents, over the course of 30 years.Learn more about Lyte.
57 minutes | 18 days ago
Spot Lyte On...Dr. Lisette Garcia
As a Latin percussionist with a PhD and the General Manager of Sunyata Records & Books, Dr. Lisette Garcia has carved out a wide path in her formidable artistic and academic career. Dr. Garcia recently recorded percussion on the 3 most recent albums from the Barrett Martin Group: “Transcendence” (2017), “Indwell: Music For Movement” (2019), and “Songs Of The Firebird” (2019), which also includes performing with this modern jazz ensemble. She recently returned from a recording project in the Peruvian Amazon where she helped to record and translate the healing songs of the indigenous Shipibo Shamans for their newest album, “Woven Songs Of The Amazon II.” Dr. Garcia just finished her book, "Poderosas: Conversations with Extraordinary Ordinary Women" sharing stories of the powerful women around the world with whom she has worked. Earning a Ph.D. from Tufts University in Social Psychology, Dr. Garcia lived in New York City for 15 years where she worked as a professor before starting her own company. During that time she also deepened her studies of Yoga Asana and Tibetan Buddhism in the lineage of the Dalai Lama. She has been a prominent academic, musician, writer, and a speaker ever since.After four years of silent meditation retreat, Dr. Garcia has proven the efficacy of meditation in changing one’s mind, heart, and reality. Her goal has been to distill her knowledge into music, books, and photography to help achieve mindfulness, happiness, and success.Learn more about Dr. Lissette Garcia here and tune in next week to her a conversation with her husband, Barrett Martin. Share, rate, review Spot Lyte On here. Learn more about Lyte here.
62 minutes | 25 days ago
Spot Lyte On...Art Chang - NYC Mayoral Candidate
Art Chang has spent over 25 years in technology transformation for large companies and government. As an insider, he has helped design and implement technology change and as an entrepreneur and investor, led major projects that delivered web-based software solutions for enterprise and government. Art’s experience includes financial services, music, e-commerce, publishing, fashion, architecture, and government. Art believes that great software, applied intelligently, can result in positive social and economic change, and uses that philosophy to guide his teams.Now Art is running for mayor of NYC. You can read more about Art's campaign for NYC mayor here. His platform focuses on building a government that works, universal childcare, housing, small business, public safety, climate change, education, and of course the arts. Read about his plans for these issues here. And you can schedule a time to talk with Art yourself here. Listen, subscribe, review and share Spot Lyte On... with a friend here. Learn more about Lyte.
49 minutes | a month ago
Spot Lyte On...Tyler Pinckard - Coffee Shift
Tyler talks about his love of coffee, military experience, roles in engineering which eventually lead him to start Coffee Shift. Coffee Shift is a coffee company doing it differently. Coffee Shift is co-owned by the participating growers and was created to share greater benefit with the very farmers who produce our coffee, coffee that is fairer than fair trade.With corporate presence in both Silicon Valley and Chinchina, Colombia, Coffee Shift is not only sourcing and importing the finest small batch grower-sourced coffee but also developing technology to allow individual coffee growers to sell direct to consumers with the supporting supply chain to make that a reality.You can see a documentary about the Coffee Shift story here. And you can order one of their Connoisseur Kits to get a sampler of their coffee here. Rate, review and share Spot Lyte On... with a friend. Learn more about Lyte.
99 minutes | a month ago
Spot Lyte On...Michaelangelo Matos
Michaelangelo Matos is the author of "The Underground Is Massive: How Electronic Dance Music Conquered America" and "Can't Slow Down: How 1984 Became Pop's Blockbuster Year." "Can't Slow Down" is the definitive account of pop music in the mid-eighties, from Prince and Madonna to the underground hip-hop, indie rock, and club scenesEverybody knows the hits of 1984 – pop music's greatest year. From "Thriller" to "Purple Rain," "Hello" to "Against All Odds," "What's Love Got to Do with It" to "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go," these iconic songs continue to dominate advertising, karaoke nights, and the soundtracks for film classics (Boogie Nights) and TV hits (Stranger Things). But the story of that thrilling, turbulent time, an era when Top 40 radio was both the leading edge of popular culture and a moral battleground, has never been told with the full detail it deserves – until now. Can't Slow Down is the definitive portrait of the exploding world of mid-eighties pop and the time it defined, from Cold War anxiety to the home-computer revolution. Big acts like Michael Jackson (Thriller), Prince (Purple Rain), Madonna (Like a Virgin), Bruce Springsteen (Born in the U.S.A.), and George Michael (Wham!'s Make It Big) rubbed shoulders with the stars of the fermenting scenes of hip-hop, indie rock, and club music.Rigorously researched, mapping the entire terrain of American pop, with crucial side trips to the UK and Jamaica, from the biz to the stars to the upstarts and beyond, Can't Slow Down is a vivid journey to the very moment when pop was remaking itself, and the culture at large – one hit at a time.Michaelangelo has also written for MixMag, Pitchfork, the New Yorker, GQ, NPR and a variety of other publications. He lives in St. Paul, Minnesota . Learn more about Lyte. Subscribe, listen, share and review Spot Lyte On.
89 minutes | 2 months ago
Spot Lyte On...Michael F. Schein
Michael F. Schein is the author of The Hype Handbook: 12 Indispensable Success Secrets From the World’s Greatest Propagandists, Self-Promoters, Cult Leaders, Mischief Makers, and Boundary Breakers (McGraw Hill, January 12, 2021).His articles have appeared in Fortune, Forbes, Inc., Huffington Post, and Psychology Today..He speaks to international audiences spanning from the northeastern United States to the southeastern coast of China.As founder and president of marketing agency MicroFame Media, he has launched campaigns and created content for companies including eBay, Magento, The Medici Group, University of Pennsylvania, Gordon College, University of California Irvine, United Methodist Publishing House, Ricoh, LinkedIn, and Citrix.He has also recently begun practice the martial art Wing Chun, giving him yet another similarity with Robert Downey, Jr. __________Join us for a special live interview recording with "Can't Slow Down: How 1984 Became Pop's Blockbuster Year" author, Michaelangelo Matos, followed by a Q&A with our Zoom audience on Friday, January 15th at 1pm ET. RSVP HERE__________Learn more about Lyte. Share Spot Lyte On with a friend or post a review of this podcast.
2 minutes | 2 months ago
Season 4 - Trailer
RSVP HERE to join us on 1/15 at 10amPT for a live taping with Michaelangelo Matos. Michaelangelo Matos is the writer of the book, "Can't Slow Down: How 1984 Became Pop's Blockbuster Year" . The definitive account of pop music in the mid-eighties, from Prince and Madonna to the underground hip-hop, indie rock, and club scenesEverybody knows the hits of 1984 - pop music's greatest year. From "Thriller" to "Purple Rain," "Hello" to "Against All Odds," "What's Love Got to Do with It" to "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go," these iconic songs continue to dominate advertising, karaoke nights, and the soundtracks for film classics (Boogie Nights) and TV hits (Stranger Things). But the story of that thrilling, turbulent time, an era when Top 40 radio was both the leading edge of popular culture and a moral battleground, has never been told with the full detail it deserves - until now. Can't Slow Down is the definitive portrait of the exploding world of mid-eighties pop and the time it defined, from Cold War anxiety to the home-computer revolution. Big acts like Michael Jackson (Thriller), Prince (Purple Rain), Madonna (Like a Virgin), Bruce Springsteen (Born in the U.S.A.), and George Michael (Wham!'s Make It Big) rubbed shoulders with the stars of the fermenting scenes of hip-hop, indie rock, and club music.Rigorously researched, mapping the entire terrain of American pop, with crucial side trips to the UK and Jamaica, from the biz to the stars to the upstarts and beyond, Can't Slow Down is a vivid journey to the very moment when pop was remaking itself, and the culture at large - one hit at a time.RSVP HERE to join us on 1/15 at 10amPT for a live taping with Michaelangelo Matos.
56 minutes | 2 months ago
Spot Lyte On...Austin Arthouse Film Festival
We're bad at hiatuses. What can we say? But we're super excited to feature Giselle and Elizabeth on the podcast talking about the Austin Arthouse Film Festival which takes place THIS WEEK. Grab your tickets here. Spend an evening at AFS viewing work from filmmakers who "defy conventions, champion art and challenge audience expectations." Some 60 films ranging from short, mid-length and feature length will be available on Vimeo Dec. 26 through Dec. 31. Documentaries, narrative features and animations are presented. Every film will begin with a short introduction by the filmmaker.A festival pass is $25 and can be purchased at austinarthousefilmfestival.comLearn more about Lyte: http://www.lyte.com
2 minutes | 3 months ago
Season 4 - Live Taping Invite
CLICK HERE to RSVP to the taping on December 15th at 3pm PT. Michael F. Schein is the founder and president of MicroFame Media, a marketing agency that specializes in making idea-based companies famous in their fields. Some of his clients have included eBay, Magento, LinkedIn and several prominent universities. Michael’s writing has appeared in Fortune, Forbes, Inc., Psychology Today, and Huffington Post, and he is a speaker for international audiences spanning from the northeastern United States to the southeastern coast of China.Michael’s book, The Hype Handbook: 12 Indispensable Success Secrets From the World’s Greatest Propagandists, Self-Promoters, Cult Leaders, Mischief Makers, and Boundary Breakers, published by McGraw Hill, appears everywhere books are sold on January 12, 2021.Michael the ultimate master of hype. No one on earth—living or dead—understands better than he does what hype is, how it works, and how to wield its power for the good of the world.Now, in The Hype Handbook, Michael reveals all his secrets for the first time…As it turns out, this episode of Spot Lyte On will also appear on January 12, 2021 but you can hear it first, live, while it is being recorded. You can even be captured for posterity by participating in the live Q&A following the talk.Michael F. Schein is the author ofCLICK HERE to RSVP to the taping on December 15th at 3pm PT.
54 minutes | 3 months ago
Spot Lyte On...Hanif Abdurraqib
Hanif Abdurraqib is a poet, essayist, and cultural critic from Columbus, Ohio. His poetry has been published in Muzzle, Vinyl, PEN American, and various other journals. His essays and music criticism have been published in The FADER, Pitchfork, The New Yorker, and The New York Times. His first full length poetry collection, The Crown Ain't Worth Much, was released in June 2016 from Button Poetry. It was named a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Book Prize, and was nominated for a Hurston-Wright Legacy Award. With Big Lucks, he released a limited edition chapbook, Vintage Sadness, in summer 2017 (you cannot get it anymore and he is very sorry.) His first collection of essays, They Can't Kill Us Until They Kill Us, was released in winter 2017 by Two Dollar Radio and was named a book of the year by Buzzfeed, Esquire, NPR, Oprah Magazine, Paste, CBC, The Los Angeles Review, Pitchfork, and The Chicago Tribune, among others. He released Go Ahead In The Rain: Notes To A Tribe Called Quest with University of Texas press in February 2019. The book became a New York Times Bestseller, was a finalist for the Kirkus Prize, and was longlisted for the National Book Award. His second collection of poems, A Fortune For Your Disaster, was released in 2019 by Tin House, and won the 2020 Lenore Marshall Prize. In 2021, he will release the book A Little Devil In America with Random House. He is a graduate of Beechcroft High School.explores a single year: 1980 - the brilliant, awkward and sometimes heartbreaking opening to a monumental decade in popular music. He hosted the most recent season of KCRW's Lost Notes, a collection of the greatest music stories never told. This season explores a single year: 1980 - the brilliant, awkward and sometimes heartbreaking opening to a monumental decade in popular music. Learn more about Lyte.
57 minutes | 3 months ago
Spot Lyte On...Ethan Clift - Tonic Audio Labs
Ethan is an entrepreneur in his own right who has turned his natural talents to elevating women and minorities. Founder of Girl Empire, Parlor Shows, Lean Crafting and Checklet, he’s a start-up super-connector. He’s played a critical role in countless business launches and partnerships. It’s no surprise he sits on Lieutenant Governor Mark Hutchison’s Nevada Entrepreneurship Task Force.Distributed ledgers? He got in on the ground floor and has it on lock. His wife, Allison Clift-Jennings, is the founder and CEO of Filament, an IOT company using blockchain technology. They read whitepapers the way other couples read the Sunday New York Times. They aren’t just investors, they’re pioneer builders. This goes way past the theory, emerging tech is the business they’re in, and they’re committed using tech to make the world a better place. Not many know, they’ve made the final round of the Anu & Naveen Jain Women’s Safety XPRIZE.Ethan and Allison have been hard at work launching their latest endeavor with Tonic Audio Labs. The first product is called Lumos and is easy-to-use songwriting hardware that leverages AI. The product will hit Kickstarter in February and Ethan breaks down how this product will make songwriting even easier. Learn about Lyte.
80 minutes | 4 months ago
Spot Lyte On...Dimitri Ehrlich
Dimitri was raised on a macrobiotic commune. He has studied Tibetan Buddhism and Chinese martial arts for more than 25 years. He has jammed with Prince and the Beastie Boys, gotten drunk with Keith Richards. His travel writings include sojourns to Tibet, Cuba, India, Cambodia, China, Nepal, and the Amazon rainforest where he was nearly eaten by a crocodile.Dimitri Ehrlich is a television writer, author, journalist and musician. He was head writer for three years of VH1 Hip-Hop Honors. He was also a writer for many years of the MTV Video Music Awards. Other MTV credits include “The Slim Shady National Convention with Eminem,” “Vote or Die: with P. Diddy,” “50 Cent House Party,” “MTV Movie Awards Great Little Films,” and “Britney Spears: For The Record.” He also wrote the nationally syndicated hip-hop entertainment series “The Source: All Access,” "I Pity the Fool," with Mr. T on TV Land, and numerous other shows. In addition to writing, Ehrlich also appeared as on-air host of “Sonic Cinema” on the Sundance Channel, and was head writer and--along with Janeane Garafaolo--co-host of MTV's Indie Outing.He is the author of “Move The Crowd: Voices and Faces of the Hip-Hop Nation,” and “Inside the Music” Conversations with Contemporary Musicians about Creativity, Spirituality, and Consciousness.” He also contributed a chapter to “Shiny Adidas Track Suits and the Death of Camp: The Best of Might Magazine,” an anthology edited by Dave Eggers.Learn more about Dimitri. Learn more about Lyte.
50 minutes | 4 months ago
Spot Lyte On...Marc Brown - Co-founder of Byta
Marc’s deep music business background and digital audio knowledge has helped him deliver unique insights to audiences from Tallinn to Toronto.Marc is the founder of Byta / byta.com “the platform for music before it’s on streaming services”. Run as a distributed team across 3 continents, Byta enables everyone to send & receive digital audio in a clean and simple way.Marc got his start at Sloan’s murderecords in Halifax during eastern Canada’s 90s indie rock explosion, then moved to the UK to work in A&R at London’s legendary Creation Records. After falling into radio promotion Marc ran his own boutique promotion company for 14 years before starting Byta. Marc currently lives and works in Gothenburg, Sweden.Learn more about Lyte here.
47 minutes | 4 months ago
Spot Lyte On...J Scott Christianson
J. Scott Christianson is an Associate Teaching Professor in the Management Department at the Robert J. Trulaske, Sr. College of Business, University of Missouri - Columbia. Prior to joining the Trulaske College of Business, Scott was a business owner with more than 21 years of experience in video-conferencing technology, project management and information technology.You can connect with Scott on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JScottMOScott has a variety of information about AI at: http://learnabout.aiJoin his newsletter is at: http://FRT.newsLearn more about Lyte.
63 minutes | 4 months ago
Spot Lyte On...Phil Messier - Bopper
For almost two decades, Phil built a thriving career at the crossroads of music and media. As the co-founder of Apollo Studios, a globally-recognized music production house boasting an all-star team of composers, producers, and engineers, he was involved in every aspect of the work, earning recognition at the Cannes Lions, CLIO Awards, New York Festivals, London International Awards, and numerous other festivals. In 2013, Phil led a team of software developers and music supervisors in the creation of Bopper, a ground-breaking online music platform that connects brands with artists with around the world. Since then, Bopper has grown to offer music from some of the best global artists -- Little Richard, Willie Nelson, Natalie Cole, Talisco, and countless others, cleared in advance and ready to be used on brand content.Interact with Phil ( LinkedIn ) and learn more about Bopper: LinkedIn | InstagramLearn more about Lyte.
78 minutes | 4 months ago
Spot Lyte On...David Gorman - 1021 Creative
Equally comfortable working with artists and algorithms, David Gorman has made a career of cooking up new ways to connect folks to things they’ll love. Whether that means rolling up his sleeves to create Grammy-winning packages and click-worthy posts himself or commanding an army of creators and curators to put a human stamp on code-based platforms, David has spent more than twenty years turning curious fans in to profitable customers. Along the way, Gorman’s been hugged by Keith Richards, blessed by Solomon Burke, offered enchiladas by Neil Diamond, and physically threatened by Wilson Pickett. He’s been brought in to consult for the companies that shaped him as a teenager, from Tower Records to Apple, started his own label to give forgotten albums a second chance, and fulfilled childhood dreams by seeing his name on albums by Otis Redding, Willie Nelson, Sam Cooke, David Ruffin, and The Rolling Stones. David co-founded 1021 Creative, a content curation and consulting agency whose clients include Amazon, Apple Music, and YouTube. A Detroit native, Gorman is currently hiding out in Topanga Canyon, where he remains a fanatical record collector, reluctant audiophile, and amateur automobile design critic.Check out this recent article David wrote talking about 7 of his favorite album covers. A nearly complete list of his music credits can be found here.Learn more about Lyte.
54 minutes | 5 months ago
Spot Lyte On...Isabella Kelly - Kingdom of Mind
Kingdom of Mind, founded by Isabella Kelly, is an event production and promotions business. Kelly's past promotions work has focused on secondary/tertiary markets in California and will be expanding moving forward to the Pacific Northwest. Kelly has produced benefit concerts as well as events for universities and colleges. The focus of Kingdom of Mind is to curate unique events that bring talent to cities they might not have visited on a typical tour route. She was awarded a Women Nation Fund grant from Live Nation. The Women Nation Fund continues to accept applications on a rolling basis. To learn more about the Women Nation Fund or to apply, please visit womennationfund.livenation.comIsabella recently launched a podcast too where she holds conversations with music and entertainment professionals exploring the mentality and journey of individuals who are doing what they love everyday. Listen and subscribe on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.You can follow what Isabella is up to with Kingdom of Mind on Twitter, Instagram, and on Facebook. Learn more about Lyte.
56 minutes | 5 months ago
Spot Lyte On...Marco Collins - Radio DJ - KEXP
Marco Collins is a Seattle radio personality best known as the flagship DJ and Music Director at Seattle’s 107.7 ‘The End’ during the 1990’s grunge explosion which landed him a spot in The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame. Although he worked at a number of radio stations on the West Coast, VH1 and several record labels/management teams, the role he played in the 90’s is what made Seattle synonymous with grunge music. Marco was instrumental in breaking artists such as Nirvana, Beck, Weezer, The Presidents of the United States of America, Foo Fighters, Garbage, and Harvey Danger. He also championed little known bands, often being the one to break them into the mainstream. The bands that Marco broke went on to international stardom, which helped establish him as one of music's most influential tastemakers. Learn more about Lyte.
54 minutes | 5 months ago
Spot Lyte On...Dmitri Vietze - Founder/CEO of rock paper scissors
Born in Nashville, Dmitri moved to NYC as a teen where he busked in the subways while studying music at “the Fame High School” for Music and the Arts. After earning his business degree, he leaned into his entrepreneurial bent and launched rock paper scissors in 1999. His vision was to combine cutting edge technology and deep organic storytelling to help clients crystallize their missions in compelling ways and amplify them in innovative ways. He continues to lead the company from music to tech and into other fields that are changing the world every day. When others told him that the company he envisioned would not succeed in college town Bloomington, Indiana, he took that as a challenge and has built a collaborative team that leans into the Midwestern ethic of hard work, warmth, and caring. Dmitri can also be found speaking on stage at conferences ranging from SXSW to Music Biz on new approaches to publicity, innovation, and resourcefulness.Learn more about rock paper scissors, inc. Get your passes for Music Tectonics. Learn more about Lyte.
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