In this interview, George Howard chats with Suzanne Ciana, a musical pioneered who broke new ground in defining electronic music. Here she discusses the progression of her career, as well as the premier of a documentary about her life's work.
Drew Silverstein CEO of Amper Music, a music composition platform run entirely by artificial intelligence, shares his thoughts on the future of AI in music, and how it will continue to shape the music industry as we move forward.
In this interview, Danny Ross speaks with music industry success story Peter Hollens on his already impressive career, from staring in The Sing Off, to using Patreon as a way innovating the music business, to the popularity of his self-produced videos on social media.
Walk Off The Earth acheived the marketing dream of many, creating compelling low budget videos and uploading them for consumption by what grew into an army of fans. In this interview, founding member Gianni “Luminati” Nicassio discusses how the band approaches online video.
As an unsigned artist, you may be struggling to work past the <1000 play count on Spotify. Luckily there's plenty you can do to grow your following on the streaming service. In this interview, unsigned Norwegian rapper Endless shares how he grew a massive following on Spotify, sans label.
Here progressive composer and instrumentalist Adrian Belew shares the process behind his construction of the score for Pixar's recent animated short film Piper, as well as his unique approach to instrumentation and music tech.
Gasparilla Music Festival has been seeing steady growth over the past several years. Here Executive Director David Cox sat down to share the festival's vision, as well the challenge of putting on a festival as a non-profit.
Here DJ, producer, nightlife entrepreneur, and Turbo Recordings founder spills the beans on his twenty-five years in the rave industry, discussing how his career has changed, the technology he utilizes in his work, and the role humor plays in his life.
In a continuation of the "address unknown" issue whereby streaming services where able to exploit songs for free. Here Chris Castle speaks with Rightscorp CEO Christopher Sabec, about how his company is working to sort this royalty mess out through the implementation of a proprietary database.
[UPDATED] In this interview Senior Vice President of A&R at North Star Media John Sepetys offers artist advice on how to approach music supervisors, and what they are looking for in music to sync to television and advertising in the current climate.
Here we hear from Luke Combs, a North Carolina-born country singer who has been enjoying a meteoric rise to country success on Pandora. In this interview he speaks about his music and how he has adapted to his rapid rise up the charts.
Is there a gender problem in the music industry? How can it be solved? Here Rhian Jones travels to the Association of Independent Music to gain further insight on the issue from some major industry players.
[UPDATED] In this installment of the 'Women in Sync' series, the good folks at Synchblog sat down with the all-female Manners McDade sync team about the work they do and how the organization came into existence.
In this interview Rick Goetz discusses his work as the Chief Creative Officer and head of A&R at ReverbNation, an online connection and career development source for over four million bands and artists around the world.
In this interview we hear from Janet, drummer, backup singer, co-songwriter, and setlist maker for a variety of different bands, most notably Sleater-Kinney and Quasi about her preferences for hardware, software, and setup.
A new record pressing plant out of North Texas, Hand Drawn Pressing is just getting started, but have plans to churn out almost two million records by the end of the year. Here two of the company's top executives weigh in on the logic of opening a vinyl company in the digital age.
A professional recording and performing artist Rudy Sarzo has had a lengthy career of performing across the world with Ozzy Osbourne, Quiet Riot, Dio and others. Here he reflects on the many changes that have taken place in the music industry and offers advice to other performers in the business.
In this interview Brad Auerbach speaking with singer-songwriter and proud Austin resident James McMurtry about the rapid evolution of the music industry, and his thoughts on digital "tip jar" and artistic philanthropy in general.
In the digital age, the way in which beats are made, bought, and sold in the music business has changed in recent years. One company capitalizing on this is the startup BeatStars, a digital marketplace founded by Abe Batshon.
Charles Caldas discusses Merlin, an organization which works to help the independent label community battle for maximum compensation from digital streaming services like YouTube and Spotify, as well as combat online music piracy.
In this edition of In the Hot Seat with Larry LeBlanc, he speaks with Ariel Hyatt, the founder and owner of Cyber PR, a boutique public relations firm working to help artists and business entrepreneurs with their social media and content strategies.
In this interview Andrew Tenenbaum the co-founder of Future Beat, accompany which deal providing mega-fans with a range of specialized concerts and events. Here Andrew discusses the company and what he's learned from two decades of experience in the industry.
In this recent Q&A, electronic pop musician Rod Thomas of Bright Light Bright Light answers a series of queries regarding being an independent musician, successfully building an audience, and how he works at connecting with fans.