by Daniel Bean, Circa NewsSub Pop's founder says streaming services ‘devalue’ the thrill of finding new music. (Bruce Davitt)WASHINGTON (CIRCA) - "As a teenager, I would take the train into Chicago ... tracking down one or two singles. I would have invested an entire day tracking down a song, so I have a deeper relationship with that song. "Click here to read the full story at Circa.com.
Bruce Pavitt is the founder of Sub Pop records, an indie music label that released its first LP vinyl in 1986 and then went on to give Nirvana and Soundgarden their starts.Today, the grunge founding father is co-founder and Creative Director of a new digital music remix app called 8Stem.We sat down with Pavitt to ask him about the good and bad of the record industry going all in on digital download and streaming.Do you think vinyl records still sound better than digital music? "Frankly, I do.