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Improvise, Improvise, Improvise: The Music Industry In A Nutshell

Improvise, Improvise, Improvise: The Music Industry In A Nutshell

Matt Bacon May 27, 2016 Comments Off on Improvise, Improvise, Improvise: The Music Industry In A Nutshell

Improvisation is the word of the day. Actually, it’s been the word of the day for the past ten or eleven days that I’ve been on tour, and it seems like it will only

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Another Record Store Day Article

Another Record Store Day Article

Matt Bacon April 20, 2016 Comments Off on Another Record Store Day Article

Yep, this is another lame Record Store Day article. The trend his year has apparently been to say that Record Store Day is negatively impacting the music industry and should be cancelled. This is

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Albini Was Right About The Music Industry – We’re Not Screwed After All

Albini Was Right About The Music Industry – We’re Not Screwed After All

Matt Bacon December 3, 2014 Comments Off on Albini Was Right About The Music Industry – We’re Not Screwed After All

The music industry – We’re not really that screwed. Sure thing seem bleak, and yes, nobody actually buys music anymore, but 15 years or so into the age of piracy, I don’t really get

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Music Marketing And The Illusion Of Optimal

Music Marketing And The Illusion Of Optimal

James Moore March 2, 2014 Comments Off on Music Marketing And The Illusion Of Optimal

Music Marketing and the Illusion Of Optimal Music marketing is often misunderstood. This article presents a fresh perspective on music marketing in order to aid the efforts of independent musicians. There are many differing

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New Music Video – “Little Prince” by Debbie Chou

New Music Video – “Little Prince” by Debbie Chou

James Moore January 22, 2014 Comments Off on New Music Video – “Little Prince” by Debbie Chou

Musician/songstress extraordinaire Debbie Chou has been a known figure in the NYC indie rock scene for years, having lent her talents to indie/psychedelic group The Barrens. There’s no sense of predictability in her work, which

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Chords Of Truth Releases New Collaboration Music Video For “The Power To Be Alive”

Chords Of Truth Releases New Collaboration Music Video For “The Power To Be Alive”

James Moore October 22, 2013 Comments Off on Chords Of Truth Releases New Collaboration Music Video For “The Power To Be Alive”

Independent Music Promotions friend and favorite Chords Of Truth, who began his musical path with the well-received debut acoustic/folk EP “Reflections of Reality” before venturing into unknown territory with his extremely extensive “folktronica” collaborations,

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UK Rockers Black Circles Release “Playing Games” Music Video Featuring Animated Bears

UK Rockers Black Circles Release “Playing Games” Music Video Featuring Animated Bears

James Moore October 5, 2013 Comments Off on UK Rockers Black Circles Release “Playing Games” Music Video Featuring Animated Bears

Hailing from Kent, UK, independent alternative rock group Black Circles come suited up with loud guitars and good song structure on their new single “Playing Games”. The trio is certainly solid, taking cues from

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Unsigned Music Video Roundup

Unsigned Music Video Roundup

James Moore July 31, 2013 Comments Off on Unsigned Music Video Roundup

Recently I posted on the Independent Music Promotions Facebook wall asking for official music video submissions from our audience. The idea was to consider anything of high enough quality to recommend to the public.

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17 Ways To Self-Promote And Distribute Your Music Video (If You Must)

17 Ways To Self-Promote And Distribute Your Music Video (If You Must)

James Moore March 11, 2013 11

The following article is an excerpt from “Your Band Is A Virus – Expanded Edition”, and it covers 17 ways to self-promote and distribute your music video…if you must. I add in the “if

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Tom Dyer Covers Captain Beefheart’s “Smithsonian Institute Blues”

Tom Dyer Covers Captain Beefheart’s “Smithsonian Institute Blues”

James Moore March 6, 2013 Comments Off on Tom Dyer Covers Captain Beefheart’s “Smithsonian Institute Blues”

The strange and wonderful Seattle rock/blues/crossover artist Tom Dyer has shot a video for one of my favorite cuts off his latest album “I Ain’t Blue Anymore” – his gritty and groovy cover of

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