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Joining me for a chat about the music industry, is Eleftheria Kalampali, or Ria to her friends, manger of POEM and owner of One:Woman:Company a PR and management organization, that works with a roster of bands, including Hypnotic Nausea and Eien who we heard from in previous episodes, along with a number of others. We discuss the benefits of record deals in the wake of the DIY revolution, various business related considerations that bands need to think about, and the what the future possibly holds for live gigs and festivals post Covid. Ria also shares how and why she started the company, along with her background, some stories from the road, and why she wouldn’t consider running her own record label.

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Topics discussed in this episode : Poem | Hypnotic Nausea | Eien | Mother Of Millions | Groove Therapist | Pulse R | Devil Made Me Do It | Mask Of Prospero | Marios Politis | Rotting Christ | Greek Financial Crisis | Fallen Abyss | White Walls | Damnations Day

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Here are some videos of the Van Halen show I mentioned in the intro to this episode.

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