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Science Inc. is getting into the music business with incubator Heavy Sound Labs

  • Jason Geter, who previously co-founded Grand Hustle Records, told me that he’s looking to “redefine what a record label is today” with his new startup Heavy Sound Labs.
  • — as an extension of the work he’s been doing for decades: Before co-founding Grand Hustle with T.I., Geter signed on as the rapper’s manager back when T.I. was only 18.
  • Of course, the music business has changed dramatically since Grand Hustle was founded in 2003, a change that’s only accelerating as the coronavirus pandemic has brought in-person concerts and tours to a halt.
  • Those Crew members gets access a special Slack channel and to industry talks, and they’re then called upon to help promote Heavy Sound artists.
  • As for how Heavy Sound became part of Science, Geter said he met the startup studio’s co-founder Peter Pham at South by Southwest last year, who quickly suggested that Geter meet with Science co-founder and managing partner Mike Jones.

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Coronavirus: Which country got it right?

  • These reports use anonymous data gathered from apps such as Google Maps in order to measure percentage change in mobility patterns.
  • The number of visits made to pharmacies or retail stores in January gives a baseline value of mobility against which we will compare other days.
  • Best case scenario: a country that went into heavy lockdown and saw a huge decrease in mobility would have bounced back and have an almost normal mobility pattern today.
  • Worst case scenario: a country that went into heavy lockdown and saw a huge decrease in mobility but still has not managed to reduce coronavirus cases to lift quarantine.
  • Countries have very different ways of measuring the number of daily new cases and quantifying deaths which in my opinion would cloud the universal and homogenous data provided by Google’s Mobility report.

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Coronavirus: Which country got it right?

  • These reports use anonymous data gathered from apps such as Google Maps in order to measure percentage change in mobility patterns.
  • The number of visits made to pharmacies or retail stores in January gives a baseline value of mobility against which we will compare other days.
  • Best case scenario: a country that went into heavy lockdown and saw a huge decrease in mobility would have bounced back and have an almost normal mobility pattern today.
  • Worst case scenario: a country that went into heavy lockdown and saw a huge decrease in mobility but still has not managed to reduce coronavirus cases to lift quarantine.
  • Countries have very different ways of measuring the number of daily new cases and quantifying deaths which in my opinion would cloud the universal and homogenous data provided by Google’s Mobility report.

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Coronavirus: Which country got it right?

  • These reports use anonymous data gathered from apps such as Google Maps in order to measure percentage change in mobility patterns.
  • The number of visits made to pharmacies or retail stores in January gives a baseline value of mobility against which we will compare other days.
  • Best case scenario: a country that went into heavy lockdown and saw a huge decrease in mobility would have bounced back and have an almost normal mobility pattern today.
  • Worst case scenario: a country that went into heavy lockdown and saw a huge decrease in mobility but still has not managed to reduce coronavirus cases to lift quarantine.
  • Countries have very different ways of measuring the number of daily new cases and quantifying deaths which in my opinion would cloud the universal and homogenous data provided by Google’s Mobility report.

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