Eoin and Alex from The Mayflower Collective come by to talk about the changes the big changes they've made to their company.
In the five years Mayflower Collective has existed, they’ve run shows, released music, video sessions, and more. Recently they’ve shifted over to focusing more on press and management.
We talk about the collective's history, the exploitative nature of the music industry that can water down a scene, the ambiguity of “collectives”, the best type of bands to work with, Eoin’s experience as a head music director for a college radio station, my experience talking to someone who worked for a big booking agency (it was bad), pay-to play shows, maintaining DIY ethics over everything, and more.
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