I’ve posted my June essay on Barclay press if you care to have a read (it’s nice and long!). Here’s and excerpt:
This past April Radiohead did another thing that sparked imaginations and challenged the preexisting structures of the music industry, yet again. They setup a website and invited people to remix one of their singles, “Nude.” Along with the invitation, they released the audio tracks containing the guitars, strings, drums, bass, and vocals through the iTunes music store. They invited people to participate in a contest to see who would make the best remix of their song, all the votes would be made by Radiohead fans (the winning remix received 38568 votes). By looking at remix culture, I think the church can learn something about how creativity and imagination interacts with existing ideas and structures and builds off those resources while also moving beyond them in new ways.
2 responses to “Remixing Faith in the 21st Century (Barclay Press)”
Barclay press, eh? Big pimpin. Well done.
Jenelle, yes BP, could stand for Big Pimpin’ as well. Hadn’t thought of that… 🙂