YouTube has released a collection of music videos, behind the scenes interviews, and other exclusive content featuring the 2015 YouTube Music Awards recipients as a part of the 2015 YouTube Music Awards Show, presented by Kia.
Berklee College of Music's inaugural Women's Empower Symposium, will welcome a host of female role models to discuss various topics, showcase entrepreneurialism in the music industry, and generate debate on the subject of gender diversity in the music industry.
Like many of you I'm off to SXSW this week! I launched my company at SXSW in 1996 with a dream to be a publicist and a stack of orange business cards. It's safe to say, seen a lot over the years...
"SXSW didn’t protect the integrity of its brand, simple as that. And now... it’s a massive free for all that feels kinda-fun (see aforementioned bands and beer) at best and obligatory at worst."
SXSW On will run for the duration of the 10 day festival, highlighting the best of original music, independent films, emerging technology, cuisine, and gaming culture in an effort to deliver the look, feel, and spirit of SXSW to audiences around the world.
Eventbrite has partnered with Next Big Sound and The Wild Honey Pie to conduct a nationwide search for undiscovered artists coast to coast. Two winners will stake claim to the prize of performance slots at the ASCAP EXPO Attendee Showcase and The Wild Honey Pie’s Beehive at Northside Music Festival.
The New Music Seminar has announced it's Artist on the Verge (AOV) Class of 2015. The 100 artists comprising this year's class have showed positive career momentum and remain unsigned to any major or major independent label.
Birdman won big last night at the 87th Annual Academy Awards claiming the Oscar for Best Picture, but many musicians made noteworthy statements on stage with their live performances. Shazam compiled data from throughout the awards show, releasing the Top Shazamed Musical Performances of the 2015 Academy Awards.
This time of year means music conference after music conference. For an indie musician, this means countless opportunities to learn and network. Singer and songwriter Elaine Romanelli shares the second installment of three on how to get the most out of music conferences with tips from our friend, publicist Ariel Hyatt.