Why Sharing Your Creative Process Is Important [Video]

While many perpetuate the idea that entertainment consumers only want to experience a refined final product, the reality is that fans and customers often wish to understand the creative process. Continue reading

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Instagram Shopping Expansion Available For Musicians, Creators

In an effort to allow more businesses and creators to sell on the platform, Instagram is expanding its eligibility requirements, meaning more bands and artists will have the ability to. Continue reading

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400+Brands (But No Major Music Companies) Begin Facebook Ad Boycott

Ads from more than 400 brands including Coca-Cola, Verizon and Starbucks vanished from Facebook yesterday after last-ditch talks to stop a boycott over hate speech failed. The NAACP and Color. Continue reading

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5 Ways To Show Up Other Than Just Instagram Live

Although Instagram Live has certainly been a boon to artists during this time of quarantine, the platform has become somewhat as a result. Here we look at five other ways. Continue reading

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Musician’s Guide To Getting Featured On Podcasts

Social media can be great for promoting shows or your actual music, but when it comes to sharing the story behind the artist, there’s no better platform than the ever-increasingly. Continue reading

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Communicating With Your Fans During A Crisis

With so much going on, and the US facing multiple crises at once, it can be an awkward time for artists. Is it appropriate to plug new releases? How do. Continue reading

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Guide To Optimizing Your Songwriting For Sync

A sync license for film or television can be very rewarding for a songwriter. Unfortunately, a lot of what makes a song great and personal doesn’t always translate well into. Continue reading

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5 Things Artists Do That Stall Their Careers

Even when you pour your blood, sweat, and tears into your career as a musician, you can still hit a brick wall, usually as the result of one of five. Continue reading

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Dixie Chicks Drop The Dixie

The Dixie Chicks have changed their to just The Chicks. “We want to meet this moment,” reads a message signed by members Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines and Emily Strayer. The. Continue reading

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Spotify says Fans 2.2x More Likely To Save, Playlist After Paid ‘Marquee’ Release Marketing

Spotify has opened its Marquee paid new release marketing program to all artists and labels in beta and offered stats as to how the streamer says it is working. How. Continue reading

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