Tom de Grunwald

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YouTube vs PRS, who wins?

Everybody wants to be the good guys! No surprises there.. Negotiations on a new deal for YouTube UK to continue to show certain music videos have broken down with the Performing Rights Society, who collect license fees for public ‘performances’ of music (including radio, TV etc) and dish them out to musicians. Interesting to compare […]

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“That Fuzzy Feeling”

Just a quick post to mention a new EP which I had a small hand (actually voice) in creating. Performed by Arctic Circle Ensemble with the Puffin Voices, That Fuzzy Feeling is a gentle and knowing nod to Christmas records from the likes of Sufjan Stevens and Low, sprinkled with snow globe scenes and antlers […]

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"That Fuzzy Feeling"

Just a quick post to mention a new EP which I had a small hand (actually voice) in creating. Performed by Arctic Circle Ensemble with the Puffin Voices, That Fuzzy Feeling is a gentle and knowing nod to Christmas records from the likes of Sufjan Stevens and Low, sprinkled with snow globe scenes and antlers […]

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The obligatory iPhone post

I’m sitting in Spitalfields drinking coffee and getting used to writing on the iPhone’s touch interface. I’m keeping it short as there’s no copy and paste, and there’s little that’s not been written already about this particular toy, sorry, piece of high consumer technology. Suffice to say I’m loving the cocktail of connectivity and syncronisation, […]

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Our film on Jay-Z

Last year one of the first films I worked on from start to finish at Isis was our Classic Albums film on Jay-Z’s 1996 debut, Reasonable Doubt. I’m pleased to say that the long awaited UK Premiere is tomorrow, on BBC Two, Friday 4th July at 23.35hrs. As far as I’m aware I’m credited as […]

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