Rock Pop Music Recording Artist Disputes Misconceptions On Simplicity Minimalism

12 June, 2015

melodic DIRT’s latest article published 6/11/15 takes on misconceptions about simplicity and minimalism in music vs selling out and sets the record straight with several useful insights for people inside and outside the music industry regarding the music of melodic DIRT. The article, Simplicity and Minimalism in Music vs Selling Out, sheds light on the most important aspects of staying true to oneself as a music recording artist by using the story of melodic DIRT to drive home valid points of important discussion. Interested individuals can view the full article at:

In discussing the article’s creation, Joe, the Recording Artist for melodic DIRT said:

“I think that there are a lot of misconceptions and misunderstandings that exist among musicians that strive for a high level of advanced skill that leads towards a sort of condescending arrogance towards music that seems to have been ‘dumbed down’ to appeal to the masses.”

He goes on to say:

“It is my belief that it is through the space that simplicity allows to create complex ideas in ways that are both easy to listen to and intriguing enough to challenge the mind in ways that fulfill the soul.”

There is a short YouTube video embedded within the article which shows Joe recording himself on the above quote. It is obvious that he is making a statement that is somewhat defiant against the negative condescending arrogance that can sometimes be launched against music of simplicity.

The article and video comes at a time when melodic DIRT actively pursues internet radio play opportunities. Music Reviews are also welcomed and any challenges to the article regarding simplicity and minimalism are also welcomed.

Both people inside and outside the music industry can find the most up-to-date version of the article at Anyone who has specific questions about past, present, or future articles can contact melodic DIRT via their website:

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