10 things to do now to leverage your growth as a musician

As an artist, the way in which you market yourself and your music is much the same way as you would any product or service, in that there are key. Continue reading

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How to find your musical and fan niche

Whether you’re a musician or a creative in some other field, discovering your niche is a game changing moment in your career. Here, we offer some tips on how you. Continue reading

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Cullah’s Open Source Path To Indie Music Success

Genre-bending, Milwaukee, WI-based independent artist Cullah shares insights on his open-source approach to music, balancing branding with authenticity, and effectively engaging with audience data. Guest post by Rutger Ansley Rosenborg. Continue reading

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Create Album Art For Free With Canva In 6 Easy Steps

While album art is often more of an afterthought for producers, it plays a huge role in marketing and branding. That said, creating a killer album cover on your own. Continue reading

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Smart Tricks For Boosting Your Music Marketing

There are a myriad of resources out there when it comes to getting the word out about your music but, thanks to a new generation of smart tools, you can. Continue reading

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Musicians Guide To Using Spotify’s Canvas For Cool Video Features

As users of the platform may have seen in action, Spotify Canvas allows artists to upload 3-8 second long looping videos to accompany their music. Here, we look at how. Continue reading

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Music Career Advice For Managing A Publicity Crisis

In reality, not all publicity is good publicity, and as a band or musician, your public image is your lifeblood, and needs to be carefully taken care of. Whether it’s. Continue reading

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Musicians’ Corporate Identity Explained

While many artists might blanche at the idea of having a corporate identity, the reality is that being a musician means running a small business, and while having a CI. Continue reading

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Like It Or Not, You Are Who You Listen To

A new study from Israel’s Bar Ilan University revealed an exciting music psychology tidbit about who we listen to and why. According to the study, people tend to prefer the. Continue reading

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