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After Getting Dropped By Your Record Label...

1While getting picked up by a label can seem for many artists like the be all and end all, the honeymoon phase following a signing doesn't always last. Here we look at how to handle the situation when things go south, and how you can bounce back.

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Guest post by John Oszajca of Music Marketing Manifesto

In Part 2 of the “On Getting Signed” interview I talk about what happened after I landed my deal with Interscope Records and how things eventually took a turn for the worse and I was dropped by the label. In the interview you’ll hear what that’s like, and how I eventually turned things around.

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In this episode I also mention my new music marketing agency, Direct to Fan International(DTFI). To secure a spot as one of only 10 initial clients we will be taking on over the next few weeks, submit your details here.

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