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Mar 3, 2017

Moose is back on podcast duties this week with the latest update on how we're doing, what we're doing, and why we're doing it. There's exciting news on the official set-up of the company, and a chat with Matt Young to find out how we did with our first merch preorder (SPOILER: quite well). We also get to meet the latest addition to the team; John Hamelink, our new business consultant. We need someone who knows what they're doing to advise us... Oh, and a Yorkshire Yeti makes another appearance as well.

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3 Comments
  • almost five years ago
    Wayne
    John Hamelink summed it all up in one sentence.As long as the future of Primordial is steered by the community and not outside influences, then it's all good.
    Please tell me that you will not consider audio advertising. Sure it's a moneyspinner but boy does it get on people's tits!
  • almost five years ago
    Mark Gregory
    Guys, I would happily listen to these podcasts like... forever, they are incredibly informative and entertaining. The path you are taking is fascinating and extremely well advised. Please let me know if there's anything you think I could help with at some point. Oh, Moose, your stories of the disconnect between music journalists and their actual job made me smile. Took me right back to my fleeting (non) career, writing a few gig reviews and features for Kerrang! I think my downfall was always staying for the whole event!
  • almost five years ago
    Mark Gregory
    Guys, I would happily listen to these podcasts like... forever, they are incredibly informative and entertaining. The path you are taking is fascinating and extremely well advised. Please let me know if there's anything you think I could help with at some point. Oh, Moose, your stories of the disconnect between music journalists and their job made me smile. Took me right back to my fleeting (non) career, writing a few gig reviews and features for Kerrang! I think my downfall was always staying for the whole event!
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