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One Question Interviews: Big Action Records

Jason Zabby (Big Action Records, Raw Nerves)

SPB: How has the increasingly digitalization of music changed your listening habits?

Zabby: Digitalized music, especially streams, have helped me discover tons of new music. I get lost on Bandcamp for hours, just clicking my way through band after band. With that said, all of this band surfing has lined my record collection with some real gems! The best part is that I can listen to these gems anywhere, instead of only in front of my turn table.

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Words by Loren on Aug. 15, 2014, 1:55 a.m.

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