McIntosh "for the love of music..." — Ben Blackwell (Third Man Records)
Publisher |
Talkhouse
Media Type |
audio
Podknife tags |
Arts
Interview
Music
Performing Arts
TV & Film
Publication Date |
Sep 16, 2020
Episode Duration |
00:44:17
In the second episode of the McIntosh "for the love of music..." podcast series presented by Talkhouse, Elia Einhorn spoke with Ben Blackwell, head honcho and co-founder of the world-renowned Third Man Records alongside Jack White, and drummer of Detroit band the Dirtbombs. In the talk, Blackwell discusses Third Man's approach to the music industry — their business model, their philosophy, and the decisions behind their curation process. He also touches on Third Man's commitment to integrity and "doing things the old fashioned way;" tells the story of Neil Young and a very old (and expensive) recording booth; and gives a full rundown on the gear that he and Jack White use to listen to records.

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