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The 5 Key Fundamentals to Successfully Promoting Your Music

The 5 Key Fundamentals to Successfully Promoting Your Music

Shaun Letang April 14, 2016 0

There are a few key elements that really make your music promotion sing. Without a proper understanding of these fundamentals, you might be making some major mistakes in your marketing, and that could be

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Beat Poet Turned Mystic Saul Williams Shines on Martyr Loser King

Beat Poet Turned Mystic Saul Williams Shines on Martyr Loser King

James Moore April 13, 2016 0

Review by Jon C. Ireson With Saul Williams latest stream of consciousness, the beat poet, turned mystic, turned rapper, turned icon satire, turned crooner (whew!) has managed to coalesce his strengths in to an

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Industry Expert Interviews – Visionary Artist Shaun Friesen

Industry Expert Interviews – Visionary Artist Shaun Friesen

James Moore April 12, 2016 0

For the latest installment in our Industry Expert Interviews series we were lucky enough to speak with visionary artist/author Shaun Friesen, who has recently released The Riddle Solver, a visionary buddhapunk prayer that re-mixes technology,

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Market Saturation And Your Indie Band

Market Saturation And Your Indie Band

Matt Bacon April 12, 2016 0

Markets are an interesting thing, and I’ve only ever gotten to learn about them through direct experience in the music industry, which I think gives me a very different perspective on the whole thing.

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Record Labels And Brand Affiliation – A Primer

Record Labels And Brand Affiliation – A Primer

Matt Bacon April 11, 2016 0

Record labels these days probably are almost never going to offer you an advance, nor are they going to offer you an exceptional percentage on royalties to make up for it. Of course, they

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Handshake Deals And What They Mean For Your Music Industry Career

Handshake Deals And What They Mean For Your Music Industry Career

Matt Bacon April 10, 2016 0

So here’s a dirty little music industry secret that pretty much no one will ever tell you – not because it’s particularly important, in fact when you find it out you probably wont be

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What Copyright Law Means For Your Indie Band

What Copyright Law Means For Your Indie Band

Matt Bacon April 8, 2016 0

So, one of the things I like to write about on this blog is reflections on whatever textbook I’ve been reading (Protip: If you drop out of college to make a living in the

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Finding A Tour Vehicle – The Hidden Struggle Of An Indie Band On The Road

Finding A Tour Vehicle – The Hidden Struggle Of An Indie Band On The Road

Matt Bacon April 7, 2016 0

I’m gearing up for my first ever big boy tour, or at least the first one that I’m fully responsible for (Outside of, y’know, the nightmare hellscape that is booking) and I’m learning A

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Iggy Pop Sweats & Burns on Post Pop Depression

Iggy Pop Sweats & Burns on Post Pop Depression

Eli Jace April 6, 2016 0

Iggy Pop is the last old gnarled tree standing in the empty field of rock and roll. The flesh on his bones splits like aging oak. His low-lying bellow comes deep from the root. Last

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Why Music Festivals Matter For Your Indie Band

Why Music Festivals Matter For Your Indie Band

Matt Bacon April 6, 2016 0

Oh festival season. To go out in some big beautiful field, do a bunch of drugs, drink a bunch of awful beer, and see a bunch of bands you probably enjoy. This is what

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