venerdì 24 giugno 2016

Brexit music (for a film)

Brexit music (for a film)

Qualche giorno fa era uscito un notevole articolo di Laura Snapes su Pitchfork intitolato "The UK Leaving the EU Would Change the European Music Industry". Era stata una lettura abbastanza angosciante, in cui si parlava delle conseguenze sul settore musicale della possibile uscita del Regno Unito dall'Europa, e trattava di distribuzione, booking, festival, diritti d'autore.
Se volete, trovate un articolo "gemello" anche su Dazed: "What would Brexit mean for the music industry?".
Oggi, a fatti compiuti, mentre aleggia ancora una specie di atmosfera da Black Mirror e non è ancora ben chiaro quali saranno gli sviluppi nell'immediato futuro, Billboard tenta una prima analisi degli effetti di questa mesta giornata:
The implications for the music industry are similarly grave with the decision to leave the economic stability of the EU anticipated to impact heavily on the live sector. [...] Now the U.K. has voted to leave, there is the distinct possibility that acts will require separate working visas for each EU country they wish to visit. [...] Brexit also carries serious implications for how copyright is protected and enforced throughout Europe. At present, the European Commission is reviewing copyright legislation, including safe harbor provisions, as part of its Digital Single Market strategy. The U.K. stood to benefit from those regulations and, just as importantly, have a voice in how they are devised. That’s no longer the case...

UPDATE 26/6: Here’s how the UK’s Brexit from the European Union could affect the music and film industries - via Consequence of Sound

UPDATE 28/6: Gavin Dunbar (Camera Obscura) Talks Being a Scottish Musician Post-Brexit - via The Talkhouse

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