The Internet creates too much content and blurs the line between legitimate and amateur work, both sold on the same retail store.
Legitimate is any artist signed to a label or publisher, with a marketing budget, while an amateur is an artist with a cheap means to create and distribute a delivered good and use the power of free marketing platforms like social networks.
There’s a lot of good and bad amateur work, just as there’s bad work coming from the legitimate artists as well.
At the end of the day, good content is good content. But we need a better way to sort out the heaps of content. That’s why 955 Dreams Band of the Day is a brilliant idea.
Download the app to learn about and listen to ONE band a day, not 10, not 20 or 30. There is focus.
Imagine how this concept can be applied to other works of art: 1 book a day, 1 article a day, 1 neat picture a day with neat and useful information provided in each recommendation.
The power of 1.