5 Ways Artists Can Make Money During A Pandemic

While many major acts are reeling from huge losses in ticket sales, some smaller DIY groups and artists are finding ways to pick up the pieces and generate some revenue.. Continue reading

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What Indie Artists Can Learn From A Classical Conductor

While indie and classical music are often thought to occupy different corners of the music world, certain principles and practices are universal when it comes to putting on a good. Continue reading

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Be Ready For Differences In On-Stage Sound At Bigger Venues

When your performance career starts to take off, there are a number of adjustments you’ll need to make, including adapting to playing larger venues. Here we look at how to. Continue reading

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Bright Light Bright Light On Being An Indie Artist and Building An Audience [INTERVIEW]

In this recent Q&A, electronic pop musician Rod Thomas of Bright Light Bright Light answers a series of queries regarding being an independent musician, successfully building an audience, and how he works. Continue reading

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Why You Still Should Register A “Copyrighted” Work

While many creatives in the entertainment industry believe (and are partly correct) that a work is copyrighted as soon as it is fixed in a tangible medium it still pays,. Continue reading

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Apple Connect Unpopular Among Artists

Apple, in an attempt to provide artists with yet another outlet for engaging with fans, introduced Apple Connect. Unfortunately for Apple, artists don't seem especially keen on the service.

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Welcome Our New Community Manager Owen Davie

Please join me in welcoming our new community manager, Owen Davie. He's been toiling behind the scenes on both Hypebot and MusicThinkTank for several weeks now, and it is time. Continue reading

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5 Tips For Improving Your First Live Shows

Live shows are important at every stage of most musician's careers whether or not they are touring artists. Live shows are where musicians and hardcore fans fall in love, break. Continue reading

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Musicians: Why Your Self-Presentation Is An Important Part Of Your Music

A recent study showed that volunteers could more accurately identify the winners of music competitions by watching video without sound rather than video with sound or audio alone. It raises. Continue reading

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The Rise of the Musicpreneur (Part 2/3)

Earlier, Tommy Darker wrote part 1 of the rise of the musicpreneur which covered the business and online assets a musician should have. He follows up with part 2 on. Continue reading

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