As you may have known, the legendary Ian MacKaye – who is apparently worth a shitload of money – recently delivered a speech on personal digital archiving, file sharing, the internet’s impact on the record industry, and a whole bunch of other stuff at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC.
You can check out a video of MacKaye’s full speech right here.
MacKaye might be best known for his tenure as the vocalist of Minor Threat and vocalist/guitarist of Fugazi, as well as being the co-founder of longtime DIY label Dischord Records. In November 2012 he and his wife Amy Farina released The Odds, which was their third album under the moniker The Evens.
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