If you’re a musician at all involved or familiar with online tools, then you know what SoundCloud is. You know SoundCloud is a great place to store your creations online and share them with the larger SC community. You also know that their audio player makes you a little hot and bothered at times.
Lists: Musician-curated tips that a Google search won't answer, like where to park near the venue or grub it up after your show.
Whether you’ve finally booked that show at the club that’s been turning you down or are planning an album release, it’s imperative to have documents on hand that finalize these developments and advance your career.
We wanted to build an updated version of the press kit for new-age professionals; the multitasking, tech-savvy creator who is always on the move. Our kits are multi media friendly, work across all devices, and breathe new life into an old market.
If your band is based in any city, let alone New York, rehearsal space is an absolute must and unless your label is picking up the tab, it doesn’t hurt to exercise some frugality when selecting a practice studio.
I'm sure that every band has heard their drummer say, "I should have played the flute" during a load-out at some point in time. It's no surprise that musicians need ample space to to house their equipment and rehearse, so living in a city can pose a problem.
All music blogs are different, but one of the best parts about them is that, due to the restrictions of their full time jobs, most bloggers are music lovers that only have the time and desire to write about the music they love.