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.
Buzz: Articles & interviews lending advice on the less concrete yet essential marketing components of your music career.
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!
So you've got 5,000 fans. Congratulations! To get to this point, you've very likely asked everyone you know to "like" your Fan Page, posted awesome videos from shows, and even given away some free CDs. So how do you up the ante?
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.
While it’s all good and well to announce things like tour dates and new releases via tweet or Facebook status, you’re selling yourself short if you don’t make a legitimate press release to send out to established media outlets as well.
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.
Whether a major label is pumping millions of dollars into a nationwide radio campaign for the next big hit or a college student is playing their friends’ band during their 1-hour radio show once a week, radio has become ingrained in the music industry’s business model.
Remember the good old days when you would gather your favorite pictures, articles and photos and stick them in a scrapbook? Or pin postcards and notes on your kitchen pin board? Well, the art of the keepsake has just gone digital.
As the digital music revolution progresses, it’s becoming increasingly apparent that the auto industry is one of the largest frontiers left to conquer. Think about it. As of July 2008, 112 million people commute to work via car, 86% (97 million) of them doing so alone in their own car.