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Spotify For Artists Launching New Feature For COVID-19 Fundraising

With artists facing dwindling revenue sources, and all shows and tours currently on hold, these are tough times indeed for the music industry. In an effort to alleviate some of. Continue reading

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The Lost Art of Listening: Attention [Volume 3]

In this third installment of The Lost Art Of Listening, we look at the challenge and importance of disciplining oneself to properly focus on music, and the layers and details. Continue reading

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All ASCAP Payments Delayed 3 Weeks Due To Coronavirus Cash Crunch. Is BMI Next?

Many songwriters and music publishers already struggling from the economic impact of the coronavirus were dealt an additional blow yesterday with news that ASCAP was delaying all payments. ASCAP payments. Continue reading

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Goal-Setting Planner I Made To Make It Through Quarantine (Template Included)

With working musicians now in self-isolation, some are finding they can easily self-motivate and continue on in secluded productivity, while others find their sudden solo time a little harder to. Continue reading

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YouTube’s New Shorts Feature Could Be Similar To TikTok

YouTube has had little real competition since its inception, and while there are plenty of other video platforms out there, none of them have seriously threatened YouTube – until TikTok. Continue reading

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FREE WEBINAR TODAY: How Musicians Can Get Help From CARES Act Stimulus Bill

MusiCares and The Recording Academy are hosting a free webinar today on how the US CARES Act stimulus bill affects musicians and the music industry. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and. Continue reading

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What Should You Release? Singles vs. EPs

With the music industry in a constant state of change, artists are constantly trying to keep up, as people’s listening habits are continuously reshaped by new technologies and tastes. Here. Continue reading

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Music Copyright Infringement Is Starting To Make Sense Again

Once upon a time, most of the high-profile lawsuits in the music industry made sense, with the average listener able to detect similarities between songs like “My Sweet Lord” and. Continue reading

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Amazing Radio To Revive CMJ Music Marathon [UPDATE]

UPDATE: UK based Amazing Radio has announced that it is reviving shuttered US indie and college radio brand CMJ. Amazing Radio launched in the UK in 2009 as a platform. Continue reading

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Bandzoogle Members Have Sold $60M Of Music, Merch Commission Free

Lost in the recent torrent of corona virus-related news, was the very positive announcement that Bandzoogle members have sold more than $60 million in music, merch, and tickets commission-free. The. Continue reading

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