"Daniel Glass" is an American music industry executive whose output has included work with artists Billy Idol, Wilson Phillips, Sinéad O'Connor, Jon Secada, Warren Zevon, Blur (band)/Blur, Huey Lewis and the News, Goldfinger (band)/Goldfinger, Reel Big Fish, Erykah Badu, Baha Men, Kurupt, The Pretenders, Sugarcult, and, in 2007, the launch of Glassnote Records/Glassnote Entertainment Group artists – Secondhand Serenade, Justin Nozuka, Grammy Award winning Phoenix (band)/Phoenix, Grammy Award winning Mumford & Sons, The Temper Trap, Two Door Cinema Club, Kele, Givers, Oberhofer, Little Green Cars, Daughter (band)/Daughter, Robert DeLong, Flight Facilities, Half Moon Run, Jeremy Messersmith, Foy Vance, Chvrches, Childish Gambino, Panama Wedding, HOLYCHILD, Tor Miller, Son Lux, Aurora, Flo Morrisey and Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear. In 2011 Rolling Stone magazine named Glassnote "Best Indie Label." In 2013 and 2014 Glassnote won the A2IM Libera award for Best Label of the Year.

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I think mistakes are made when we don't embrace technology centers, like Napster wasn't embraced. I think if you just negotiate with people, you can do something constructive, because I think the intent [of P2P] is to create an exciting village of people sharing music from all over the world. And I think it sets up an artist's career and gets you in bed with a fan base.

If something's that exciting, we should go towards that epicenter rather than sue it.