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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 Comments Off on What Copyright Law Means For Your Indie Band

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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On Discipline

On Discipline

Matt Bacon July 17, 2015 Comments Off on On Discipline

I was taken with inspiration to write this particular article due to some ideas I think I’ve hinted at in other pieces I’ve written in recent months. One thing that I think I’ve already

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Video of the Day – Kimbra “Settle Down”

James Moore April 21, 2012 Comments Off on Video of the Day – Kimbra “Settle Down”

Kimbra is a singer/songwriter from New Zealand who has been gaining a lot of attention lately on the merit of her spellbinding voice and uniquely passionate music. Much like Carina Round, Kimbra is part

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CD Review – Scott Alan Simmons “The Life & Death of Warren Peacemaker”

James Moore April 13, 2012 Comments Off on CD Review – Scott Alan Simmons “The Life & Death of Warren Peacemaker”

Rock/alternative singer songwriter Scott Alan Simmons is unassuming in the best of ways, with his modest and honest take on classic 90’s alternative a la Sunny Day Real Estate and hHead mixed with a

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Introducing singer songwriter Alex Nackman

James Moore April 1, 2012 Comments Off on Introducing singer songwriter Alex Nackman

Alex Nackman is an New York-based singer/songwriter/producer (Brit-Rock/New Wave influenced pop/rock). His current album is “This Revolution”, and it’s been well-received internationally, even making the rounds on MTV, The CW, BBC, and NBC among

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Interview With Gifted Singer Songwriter Sierra Hurtt

James Moore March 7, 2012 Comments Off on Interview With Gifted Singer Songwriter Sierra Hurtt

Today’s exclusive interview is with up-and-coming singer/songwriter Sierra Hurtt, who has an incredibly beautiful voice that I’m predicting will be taken very seriously in the music world. Welcome to Independent Music Promotions, Sierra. You’ve

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Exclusive Interview With “Gypsy Poet” Folk Artist Annalise Emerick

James Moore March 6, 2012 Comments Off on Exclusive Interview With “Gypsy Poet” Folk Artist Annalise Emerick

Popular independent folk artist Annalise Emerick has been gaining many new fans across the globe thanks to her beautiful voice and engaging lyrics. She stopped by to share her thoughts on her music, her

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Tony DeSimone Impresses With “The Second Time Around”

James Moore March 5, 2012 Comments Off on Tony DeSimone Impresses With “The Second Time Around”

Tony DeSimone is a very talented singer/songwriter with his own take on pop and Americana music. His new release “The Second Time Around” reveals a storyteller who is both hopeful and determined. Welcome to

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Phil Jones plays “wisdom rock” for fans of Leonard Cohen, Mark Lanegan

James Moore February 18, 2012 Comments Off on Phil Jones plays “wisdom rock” for fans of Leonard Cohen, Mark Lanegan

Phil Jones is a lyric-driven rock singer/songwriter who hails from Kauai, Hawaii. He’s the type of artist I instantly respect because of the genuine nature of the music and the lyrics. He is naturally

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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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