How Bands, Artists Can Beat The Isolation Of Being Quarantined

Virtually every industry has been impacted by the COVID-19 crisis, and the social nature of the music economy means it’s been one of the hardest hit. That said, DIY musicians. Continue reading

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Code Orange Draws 10,000 Viewers To Livestream Of Release Show From Empty Venue

Following the cancellation of their album releasing show over concerns relating to COVID – 19, the band Code Orange opted for a different sort of performance, instead choosing to do. Continue reading

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YouTube Pulls Live Stream Over Copyright Claim Before It Even Starts

Issues over YouTube’s handling of copyright enforcement reached a new level recently, after one YouTuber found their live stream had been taken down thanks to a copyright claim from Warner. Continue reading

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Getting It Done: The Week In D.I.Y. and Indie Music

Surviving the music industry as an independent artist is no easy task, but Hypebot did its best to help out this week by offering advice and tips on issues ranging. Continue reading

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Getting It Done: The Week In D.I.Y. & Indie Music

This week, our helpful assemblage of tips and tricks for the independent DIY musician covers topics like breaking into the industry, getting acquainted with Instagram Live, a guide to Facebook. Continue reading

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Music Think Tank Weekly Recap: Instagram Live • Don’t Scratch It! • The Release • More

On this edition of our MusicThinkTank Recap, we looked at how artists can utilize Instagram live, the best way to safely relocate equipment, and the differences between rolling out a. Continue reading

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Future Of Music Policy Summit Free Livestream Today & Tuesday [WATCH]

The Future of Music Coalition's annual policy summit tackles the big issues that matter to musicians and the new music industry.  It's happening now in Washington DC and you can. Continue reading

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Facebook Timeline Apps For Your Band’s Page: Pinterest, Livestream, MailChimp & More

Companies that make music-related apps for Facebook have updated and rebranded them as needed. But there are many more social media services that musicians use for which there are new. Continue reading

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