Adam Blye of Mutiny on the Microphone talks about his desire to transition the podcast to an Internet broadcast, benefitting local charities, his thoughts on radio's role in the future and more!
Ever wonder how a publisher thinks or what a music supervisor looks for in a song? What about what it takes to be a music supervisor? Continue reading to see what Michele Wernick of Secret Road Music Services has to say.
On May 29th, RIBS released their second proper EP Russian Blood to a packed house at TT’s. I followed up with Keith Freund and Chris Oquist to talk about how their music business acumen is affecting this release, their online strategy, the success they’ve had with bandcamp and much more.
I learned a couple things through the event’s planning and execution that I’d love to share with you. Hopefully these lessons learned will better prepare you to host your own DIY gigs!
The reason you should go see Against Me! is because they are a radical band with a penchant for putting on high-energy, intense shows. But how the media is starting to spin it is a little different since Laura’s coming out.
You may have heard of the reality show Shark Tank, where entrepreneurs present their ideas to a panel of investors, or 'sharks.' These 'sharks' decide whether the entrepreneurs' ideas are worth their investment. Tom Callahan, manager of southern Californian rock band Cab 20, saw this as an opportunity to explore an alternative way of funding the band's music.
Studio 52 is a newly renovated community artist space located in the heart of Allston. Unlike some facilities in the area, Studio 52 provides a clean and inspiring space for artists to practice their craft and hone their creativity.