4 Signs You May Be Sabotaging Your Band’s Chances For Success

1 (1)For any new band, how they handle the opportunities presented to them will typically make or break the band's chance of success. Here we look at four indicators that your band is shooting themselves in the foot when it comes to making strides in the industry.


In this recent post to MusicThinkTank, Paul Corsi, points out some traps up-and-coming artists should avoid falling into that will likely damage their chances of finding and kind of success within the music business.

"You look at bands who appear on Consequence of Sound and think all you need to do is mimic their success Radiohead style. This may work if you started exactly where they started and built from there. Instead you try to do exactly what a band is doing now with a lot of buzz or at the height of their success."

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  1. “[I] need money first” -John Lennon
    As Ben Franklin taught, a penny saved is a penny earned, FIRE THE BAND! Flip them into your liability. This is the miracle of DAW. SELL your darlings.

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