Imaginative contagion: how a RPM Challenge spread to St. John’s

Imaginative contagion: how a RPM Challenge spread to St. John’s

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Over 1,400 records of initial music were recorded by Newfoundland and Labrador artists, mostly in St. John’s, all in just one of the coldest, darkest months of the season: February.

Elling Lien may be the executive director of Unpossible NL, an organization that is non-profit to organizing innovative challenges and occasions with little to no or no barriers to entry. Among the annual activities is the Record manufacturing Month (RPM) Challenge, which includes produced that aforementioned hill of tracks.

“We had 22 records presented that very very very first 12 months and (we thought), ‘Wow, that’s a large amount of records, that is a large amount of paying attention (plus it involves) music that didn’t occur ahead of the start of the thirty days,” Lien stated. Continue reading “Imaginative contagion: how a RPM Challenge spread to St. John’s”