Moose & Dews catch up again this week for what accidentally turns into an extended discussion on the state of the live music industry after Brexit, Covid and now cost of living crisis, during which we discover that neither of them is ever likely to make a career as an epidemiologist.
There’s also an explanation for any spam email you may have received from us recently, and the guys share their thoughts (and concerns!) over the increasing use of AI.
Don’t panic, this article was written by a human ! But if we asked the AI bot to write a website post based on “the state of the live music industry after Brexit, Covid and now cost of living crisis”, this is what it has to say on the matter :
The live music industry has faced a number of challenges in recent years, including the impact of Brexit, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the rising cost of living.
As a result of Brexit, many artists and industry professionals have expressed concerns about the potential impact on their ability to tour and perform in the European Union. The uncertainty surrounding Brexit has also led to financial instability for some, as the value of the pound has fluctuated.
The COVID-19 pandemic has also had a significant impact on the live music industry, with concerts and festivals being cancelled or postponed worldwide. This has led to financial struggles for many artists and industry professionals, as live performances are a crucial source of income.
Furthermore, the rising cost of living has also had an impact on the industry. As the cost of rent and other necessities continues to increase, many artists and industry professionals are finding it difficult to make ends meet.
Despite these challenges, the live music industry remains resilient. Many artists have turned to online streaming platforms to connect with their fans and perform virtual concerts. Additionally, some have begun using innovative technologies, such as AI, to create unique and engaging content for their websites.
Overall, the live music industry continues to adapt and innovate in the face of challenges, and remains an important and vibrant part of the cultural landscape.
Scary ! But the one thing AI can’t do is have a bloody good catchup with friends over a beverage – so a date for your new 2023 calendar is the Primordial Meet-up at Tom’s Tap and Brewhouse in Crewe on January 14th – all the details for the #prfam rock and metal community meetup are here
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