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Marcus O'Dair - Author

About the Author

Marcus O’Dair is a freelance journalist and broadcaster, who has written for The Guardian, The Independent, The Times, The Financial Times, and magazines including Word, The Wire, Plan B, Downbeat and The Idler.  Marcus also presents The Independent’s music podcast.

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Distributed Creativity How Blockchain Technology will Transform the Creative Economy

Distributed Creativity How Blockchain Technology will Transform the Creative Economy

Author: Marcus O'Dair Format: Hardback Release Date: 20/11/2018

Blockchain technology may have first emerged with bitcoin but its significance extends far beyond the financial sector: it is ushering in a whole new techno-economic paradigm. This book provides the first critical, in-depth examination of blockchain's transformative impact on the creative industries, including music, media, art and gaming. Drawing on interviews with 10 leading start-ups and a comprehensive review of the literature, the author examines blockchain's impact on business models, addresses the barriers and risks, and concludes with policy recommendations that will help unlock value in the UK's creative economy.

Different Every Time The Authorised Biography of Robert Wyatt

Different Every Time The Authorised Biography of Robert Wyatt

Author: Marcus O'Dair, Jonathan Coe Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 09/07/2015

Robert Wyatt started out as the drummer and singer for Soft Machine, who shared a residency at Middle Earth with Pink Floyd and toured America with Jimi Hendrix. He brought a Bohemian and jazz outlook to the 60s rock scene, having honed his drumming skills in a shed at the end of Robert Graves' garden in Mallorca. His life took an abrupt turn after he fell from a fourth-floor window at a party and was paralysed from the waist down. He reinvented himself as a singer and composer with the extraordinary album Rock Bottom, and in the early eighties his solo work was increasingly political. Today, Wyatt remains perennially hip, guesting with artists such as Bjork, Brian Eno, Scritti Politti, David Gilmour and Hot Chip. Marcus O'Dair has talked to all of them, indeed to just about everyone who has shaped, or been shaped by, Wyatt over five decades of music history.

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