Listen to Bones' new project. Continue reading… … Read More Listen to Bones’ New Project ‘Unrendered’
Here Bas Grasmayer explains why he believes online music may be on the verge of another Myspace style implosion, and why this could open up new opportunities for those operating and innovating in digital music. ______________________________ Guest post by Bas Grasmayer of Music Tech Future An emerging void signals new… … Read More Will The Online Music Experience Another Myspace Moment?
Lil Bibby is gearing up to drop his major debut project this year.
Continue reading… … Read More Lil Bibby Goes In on New Song “Thought It Was A Drought”
In this interview Nora Germain, a seasoned violinist and veteran of the stage, shares her extensive DIY knowledge, particularly when it comes to the running a PledgeMusic campaign, as well as advice on cultivating a successful career in music in general. _______________________ Guest post from PledgeMusic News Nora Germain is… … Read More Nora Germain Shares Advice, Inspiration For Artists
This week Jon Ostrow of Bandsintown joins Michael Brandvold and Jay Gilbert on our Music Biz Weekly podcast. If you are not using Bandsintown to distribute and promote your tour dates, you really are missing out. Listen and learn. Related articles How To Get People To A Show In A… … Read More Why You Should Be Using Bandsintown [Music Biz Weekly Podcast]
My journey to a life in the music business began as an intern in the A&M Records Boston office. I’ll always thank Billy Gilbert and Barry Korkin for giving me a chance. But how can you snag the internship that launches your career? The Cyber PR team offers some stellar… … Read More How To Get An Internship In The Music Business Without A Single Contact [Cyber PR]
Christian Science Monitor
March for Science: Can political activism and science coexist?
Christian Science Monitor
Many scientists say they feel compelled to march in the name of science. But for others, the foray into activism runs the risk of worsening the polarization the march is meant to ease. Amanda Paulson. Staff writer | @AmandaPaulson. April 21, 2017 …
What's A Scientist To Do? March!
'Assault on facts' energizes global March for Science
Rogers: Earth Day, the climate agreement and march for science
ASCAP’s 12th annual “I Create Music” Expo took place last week in Los Angeles. The national conference dedicated to songwriting and composing provides a unique opportunity for songwriters, composers, artists, producers, publishers – and those in the industry that support them – to come together to share their knowledge and… … Read More Music Publishing Update 4.21.17: ASCAP “I Create Music Expo” Recap
Choosing to play at the Staples Center instead of the Forum can have consequences for artists in an increasingly competitive Los Angeles market. William Morris Endeavor’s head of music Marc Geiger told Billboard that he was compelled to move two dates by his client Neil Diamond from the AEG-owned Staples… … Read More The Battle For Concerts In LA, NYC: Azoff, AEG Go To War
In the digital age, having a slew of physical material on hand is no longer the necessity it once was, but having an electronic press kit has become essential, particularly when it comes to promoting, branding, and demonstrating your band’s accomplishments. _____________________ In this new post on MusicThinkTank, Joe Pacheco… … Read More 5 Reasons Having An Electronic Press Kit Is Important