Girl, Put Your Records On: Modern Music Discovery

Streaming may have made access to music easier than ever, but the subsequent demise of mixtapes, forums, and music stores has changed the way that we discover new music forever.. Continue reading

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Nick Tieder of Frontiers Music: ‘Your Biggest Problem Is Indifference’

Nick Tieder, GM North America Frontiers Music, talks with Michael Brandvold on The Music Biz Weekly podcast. They cover a broad range of topics from streaming, touring, social media and. Continue reading

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WED. BRIEF: BBC Redfines ‘New Music’ • Tech Guides Legacy, Spinnin’ Labels • Doug Morris Inks Anderson.Paak • More

WEDNESDAY 3.28.18 Music Business News From Around The Web  Updated continuously under our More News tab

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Are You Getting Paid What You Deserve For Live Shows?

Now that physical album sales can no longer be relied upon to bring in significant cash, live shows are one of the best ways for working musicians to up their. Continue reading

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MusicThinkTank.com Weekly Recap: When to Release Your Album & More

Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud David Roberts: When to Release Your Album – Month by Month Simon Tam: Band Interview Tips: How to Make the Most Out of. Continue reading

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When to Release Your Album – Month by Month

When should you release your album? It depends on several factors and the decision should include your plans after the release. Are you planning on touring to support your release?. Continue reading

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The Justin Timberlake School of Landing Pages

Justin Timberlake recently released a new song after taking an almost 7 year hiatus from music. Although the song, “Suit & Tie” has received mixed reviews, very few can argue. Continue reading

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Marketing Plans For Indie Musicians: Album Launch

Before releasing an album, musicians need to make sure that they have a good marketing plan in place. Last week, Chris Hacker of Cyber PR posted steps to take before. Continue reading

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We Need Curators, Not Gatekeepers (or) Why You Should Stop Using Pandora

How do you discover new music? Michael Epstein used to listen to radio or watch MTV. Then, Pandora came along to help by analyzing what people already like. That’s great;. Continue reading

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