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Why Having To Constantly Hustle Is Bad For Artists

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In this episode of the Upward Spiral, a music business podcast, we talk to Alina Simone, who wrote an op-ed in the New York Times called “The End of Quiet Music.” In the piece, she depicts the struggles that  artists face and the sacrifices they make. She has released albums sung in both English and Russian, and is the author of an essay collection called “You Must Go and Win.” We discuss the myths about the artist-as-entrepreneur and why having to constantly hustle is bad for artists.




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