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Budgeting And Your Indie Band

Budgeting And Your Indie Band

Matt Bacon March 22, 2016 Comments Off on Budgeting And Your Indie Band

Budgeting should really be any independent bands primary concern. Figuring out how to divvy up the money at the end of a gig and then deciding how you are going to reinvest that can,

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David Bowie’s Gone: A Tribute To The Man Who Fell To Earth

David Bowie’s Gone: A Tribute To The Man Who Fell To Earth

Matt Bacon January 12, 2016 Comments Off on David Bowie’s Gone: A Tribute To The Man Who Fell To Earth

David Bowie. Geez. While Lemmy seemed immortal, Bowie seemed indelible. Like a part of the landscape. I’d be lying if I said I was a huge fan, but I always admire his aesthetic and

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Soft Skills in the Music Industry

Soft Skills in the Music Industry

Matt Bacon December 14, 2015 Comments Off on Soft Skills in the Music Industry

One of the things that makes my life so difficult is that a lot of the services I provide as a manager, PR guy, label executive and writer are soft skills. That doesn’t mean

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Why Facebook Will Always Matter

Why Facebook Will Always Matter

Matt Bacon December 2, 2015 Comments Off on Why Facebook Will Always Matter

Facebook has gone through a lot of turmoil on the artist front in recent years – and it makes sense that it is. After all – the site has been rapidly growing, to the

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What Heavy Metal Can Teach Your Band

What Heavy Metal Can Teach Your Band

Matt Bacon September 10, 2015 Comments Off on What Heavy Metal Can Teach Your Band

The heavy metal underground is something that most people rarely, if ever think about. But – as touched on in my recent article here on the Century Media buyout there is actually an incredible

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Jordannah Elizabeth on A Rush

Jordannah Elizabeth on A Rush

Matt Bacon February 27, 2015 Comments Off on Jordannah Elizabeth on A Rush

Jordannah Elizabeth is one of the most innovative and exciting artists in the scene today. Her music never fails to please with its atmospheric and deeply emotional tones. There is something rather profound about

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How To Get Your Music Videos Seen

How To Get Your Music Videos Seen

James Moore November 27, 2013 Comments Off on How To Get Your Music Videos Seen

The following article is a guest post by Emma Owens of innovating music video app Rormix.com, whose mission is ‘to bring high quality emerging music video content on demand to the eyes and ears of

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Industry Interview with MuzicNotez Founders Nick Galien and Mike Behn

Industry Interview with MuzicNotez Founders Nick Galien and Mike Behn

James Moore May 26, 2012 Comments Off on Industry Interview with MuzicNotez Founders Nick Galien and Mike Behn

Today’s industry interview is with the very ambitious MuzicNotez Crew, Nick Galien and Mike Behn – co-founders/owners of MuzicNotez.com. They provide independent artists with a valuable community, a magazine and a dizzying amount of

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Exclusive interview with Dublin folk/rock artist Andrew Handrick

James Moore January 12, 2012 Comments Off on Exclusive interview with Dublin folk/rock artist Andrew Handrick

Today I caught up with Irish folk/rock artist Andrew Handrick. I was very impressed with the rawness of his work. Welcome to Independent Music Promotions, Andrew. Your music has that intense, isolated feel of

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Fang-I Liu follows in the footsteps of strong women with “Confessions”

James Moore December 2, 2011 1

Travelling to the tense and uncertain cityscape of Los Angeles, California all the way from Taiwan is an immensely big life change. Taking the journey to follow your music career borders on insanity. There

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