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8 Creative Techniques For Promoting Your Music On Spotify

As Spotify continues to gain popularity among music consumers, it has become an important platform from which artists market and share their music. Here we look at eight creative ways artists can promote their music on the streaming service. _____________________ Guest post by Ta'Rikah Jones of the Symphonic Blog Spotify...Read More

Record Labels Are (Kind Of) Dead. Long Live Label Services!

As the role and relevance of record labels has changed over time, new opportunities have also emerged in the music business, something which these two ex-major label guys are using to their advantage - and helping out their clients in any way they can along the way. _____________________________ Guest post...Read More

Be Bold. Pile On. Stay Punk. Reunion Tour [INTERVIEW]

Here Katy Otto speaks with the members of a group of reunited punk bands who recently went on a reunion tour across the East Coast in hopes of building energy to boost grassroots community-centered organizations. ____________________________ Guest post by Katy Otto of CASH Music I had the distinct pleasure of...Read More

How Music Conferences Perpetuate The Industry’s Gender Parity Crisis

Although conferences present an opportunity to improve on the issues of gender parity that permeate much of the music industry, this close look at the numbers presented by Cherie Hu demonstrates that this is sadly not the case. ___________________ Guest post by Cherie Hu on Medium [Due to the granularity...Read More

Music Think Tank Weekly Recap: Music Lessons • Did Led Zeppelin Steal? • Mess With Song Form • More

This week on MusicThinkTank we looked at ten ways to engage and motivate students, whether or not Led Zeppelin stole Stairway to Heaven, how to mess with song form, and more. Sudhir Singh | 10 Ways To Engage And Motivate Students In Music Lessons Andrea C | Did Led Zeppelin...Read More

More Than 50% Of Americans Check Facebook “Several Times A Day” [CHART]

American's check their Facebook page many times each day, according to a new survey. Only a single social network - a messaging app - even comes close. AudienceProject and Statista Related articles Twitter Paid $30 Million For Vine, Now It's Shutting It Down REWIND: The New Music Industry's Week In...Read More

5 Tips For Making, Marketing, Monetizing Holiday Music

With the arrival of crisp October, the holiday season is officially kicking off, meaning the airwaves will soon be crammed with public domain classics, as well as seasonal originals. Regardless, here are some tips for achieving musical success this holiday season. _________________________ Guest post by Dae Bogan of Dae Bogan...Read More

4 Indicators K-Pop Band K.A.R.D. Is Bound For Worldwide Success

The past months have seen a number of shake-ups in the music charts; with Despacito dominating the summer, and Cardi B bumping out Taylor Swift. Now, a new player is entering the game in the form of K.A.R.D.; and if stats are any indicator, this is just the beginning of...Read More

5 Things Musicians Who are Killing It on Social Media are Doing Now

Social media has become an essential part of how artists connect with their fans, as well an easy and efficient avenue through which they can share their work and harness the power of the personal brand. But how? Here we look at five artists crushing it on social media. ________________________________...Read More

One London singer-songwriter uses AirBnB to play to a new audience each night

Musicians can use AirBnB to make new fans. Jay Johnson is a young singer-songwriter in London, and he’s taken a clever angle on concert booking and promotion: AirBnB. The online hospitality marketplace recently started offering “experiences,” fun events that travelers can take part in while they’re visiting a new city. Jay saw an opportunity for …

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