Update: It's fascinating that within a month of writing this Update, I got recruited for a job based in part on my work at Rhythm Changes. I didn't have any idea that would happen when writing the following.
Talking on the Strong Towns Podcast (STP) with Chuck Marohn was the widest distribution of Rhythm Changes ideas to-date, with over 6,700 listeners at the time of writing:
The reason I came on was that I previously wrote this, and Chuck wanted to discuss it.
Having faith in local music
Strong Towns is about building wealth in local communities, rethinking civil engineering to be more people-first and sustainable, and making reasonable choices in municipal politics. Chuck is a former civil engineer turned non-profit leader.
But I came on to talk music scenes, so I ended up with probably my most concise statements about having faith in local music: