@skopemag Q&A Featuring Ryan Redemption

Thunder Bay Ontario Canada – Covers Ryan Redemption bass player/ editor of bassguitar.com member of the Bay Street Bastards:
@skopemag: Where are we talking from today?
Hey there Skopemag,  I am located in  Thunder bay Ontario, a smaller city with a thriving art and music community, where a couple of hometown gems like Coleman Hell, and Paul Schaffer came out of.
@skopemag: What is the most current project that you are working on at the moment? 
What I’m currently up to is doing my monthly video uploads to https://www.facebook.com/ryanredemptionbass/ running bassguitar.com, as well as “bass videos” page on facebook (https://www.facebook.com/bassistvideos/)  also playing with “The Bay Street Bastards” a Celtic punk group  here’s a teaser clip of our new video coming out soon this will be the first place its leaked too its technically still a “private video” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmxn05t1xpI&feature=youtu.be
@skopemag: Got any music posted that we can stream and check out?
Place to find my bass videos is on Facebook
The Bay Street Bastards band I currently play with u can find on bandcamp
@skopemag: How much time per week do you devote to music & social media marketing
Well outside of playing shows , making videos and social media,  pretty much all of my time is spent on trying to get out to the world in different ways, hence why i took on the Job editor of bassguitar.com also created Bass Videos(https://www.facebook.com/bassistvideos/) for more ways to get out to a generalized audience as opposed to just having https://www.facebook.com/ryanredemptionbass/  to get out to
@skopemag: Should I feel guilt as an industry insider for paying $10 a month for Amazon Music Unlimited and having access to all music as I please?
I don’t believe you should feel guilty because  your paying for music unlike most of the world who simply steals the music and never gives a cent towards the cause which is something I just cant get behind, its been great talking to you guys today without magazines like yous it would be a lot harder to get out to the world.