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T H E

B L AC K K E YS

STAND AG A I N S T S POT I F Y

“...and that’s the bottom line. You can’t

according to a recent Billboard study.

really trust anybody like that. The idea

Even users who pay for the service with

of a streaming service, like Netflix for

unlimited or premium accounts are still

music, I’m not totally against it. It’s just

only making up for a fraction of the

we won’t put all of our music on it until

potential revenue an artist could be pull-

there are enough subscribers for it to

ing in. “For a band that makes a living

make sense.” Carney’s statement should

selling music, it’s not at a point where

come as no surprise to Black Keys fans

it’s feasible for us,” Carney continued.

who looked to streaming services like Spotify, Radio, Rhapsody, and MOG to

In an interview with WGRD after a show in Grand

hear the duo’s latest album, El Camino,

Rapids, MI last week, The Black Keys drummer

and found it missing. It was a planned move by Carney and bandmate Dan

Patrick Carney, in typical Patrick Carney fashion,

Auerbach, who withheld the record from

expressed his continued frustration with the popu-

such services for financial reasons, with

lar music streaming service Spotify. “If it was fair to the artist, we would be involved in it,” Carney told the station. “I imagine if Spotify becomes something that people are willing to pay for, then I’m sure iTunes will just create their own service, and they’re actually fair to artists.” When asked about Napster founder and current Spotify board member Sean Parker’s claim that within two years Spotify will be generating more revenue for the music industry than iTunes, Carney put it bluntly: “He’s an asshole. That guy has $2 billion that he made from figuring out ways to steal royalties from artists...”

I imagine if Spotify becomes something that people are willing to pay for, then I’m sure iTunes will just create their own service, and they’re actually fair to artists.”

Carney telling VH1 Spotify is “set up to be a little more fair for the labels than the artists.”

In the past, the Black Keys famously refused to allow their El Camino album to stream on sites like Spotify. And though the debate over Spotify’s royalty payments to artists continues, Parker has yet to respond to Carney’s barbs. Several other artists have sounded off about streaming services hurting the music industry. Since Spotify launched in the United States in July, Adele, Coldplay,

The subscription-based Spotify would

Tom Waits, Kanye West/Jay-Z and a host

have to really churn and burn if it wants

of other spotlighted artists have kept

to catch iTunes in terms of revenue

their latest releases off the service.

(iTunes sells individual tracks, and controls roughly 70 percent of the U.S. download market). As Spotify currently operates, it takes about 64 streams to equal one 99-cent iTunes purchase,

Mike Skinner of The Streets applauded this practice, tweeting, “I’m saying that because of Adele, Coldplay, Black Keys, etc going into next year people, are going to think about not allowing streams.”

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serious intellectual with a deep sense of the traditions, and latent possibilities of the modern musical vernacular. time following his subjects back to their roots, a fascinating journey into the musical past during which some notable commonalities emerge. Mr. Page, the Edge and Mr. White all honed their art in reaction to what they perceived as the dominant styles of the time.

He proves himself to be, along with everything else, a serious

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latent possibilities of the modern musical vernacular.

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a peppy, folk-inflected genre that ruled British pop in the 1950s. After a successful stint as a studio session prodigy, he made his way to the Yardbirds and then to Led Zeppelin, where his interest in the blues, Eastern music and in the nuances of amplification reached full, thundering fruition. Mr. Page, the Edge and Mr. White all honed their art in reaction to what they perceived as the dominant styles of the time. The Edge, growing up in the downtrodden Dublin of the 1970s, discovered punk as an antidote to the arena rock and shiny pop that saturated the airwaves. And Mr. White, in 1980s Detroit, wondered if hip-hop would permanently eclipse the instrumental sounds he cherished. Mr. Page came up playing skiffle, a, folk genre

that ruled British pop in the 1950s. After a successful stint as a studio session prodigy, he made his way to the Yardbirds and then to Led Zeppelin, where his interest in the blues reached full fruition. as distinctive as his guitar playing, is a bit more voluble. As the junior member of this august delegation, he may also have the most to prove. He proves himself to be, along with everything else, a serious intellectual with a deep sense of the traditions, influences and latent possibilities of the modern musical vernacular. ship to the musical past, and also to technology. Mr. White, a traditionalist wary of digital effects and innovations, is nonetheless as much given to tinkering as the Edge, who finds lyricism in complicated sonic treatments and modifications, or Mr. Page, famous for playing a double- necked guitar and recording John Bonham’s drum parts in the echoey atrium of a big, old house in the country. For rock geeks of any age or taste, the lore in this documentary will be catnip. But “It Might Get Loud” is more than a narrowly focused fan artifact. It gives those of us with tin ears and clumsy fingers a chance to linger in

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