Music Promotion

How Contests Are Killing Your Band's Career

And Why Bullshit Prizes Make You Lose Out On Real Opportunities… Not a week goes by where I am not inundated with breathless posts and emails from bands and artists spamming me with requests to help them win some contest or another. It’s gotten to the point where I actually think differently about an artist […]Read More »

Who's Accountable When Bands Bail on Crowdfunding Promises?

Crowdfunding is a relatively new process, but it’s simple; an artist puts out the request for fans to pre-pay for their next project in an effort to fund the aforementioned project. It’s been done for not just music but movies and even inventions. To contributors it’s basically layaway; pay now and when the project is […]Read More »

Switchcam: Your Band’s Automated Social Media Guru

A Conversation with Brett Welch, Founder and CEO Your band is killer, and your live show is hot. You know this because you can see your fans whipping out their phones taking pictures and videos. But what happens to those posted pictures and videos? What if you could gather all of that content, and automatically […]Read More »

How to Make Money on YouTube with Audiam

An Interview with CEO & Founder Jeff Price There’s a music site with 30-35 billion “spins” of music a month. It has over a billion users each month, 40% of those listen on mobile, and 80% of them are outside of the U.S. It’s not Spotify, or Pandora, iTunes, or any or the newcomers. Guessed […]Read More »

How the F@#% Does A Small Label Operate?

An Inside Look at Blood Drunk Records, Atlanta’s Rising Indie Label Blood Drunk Records is a label from Atlanta founded and owned by Brandon T. Pittman (pictured above). This interview’s purposes is to provide an inside look at how a small label owner makes decisions. When was Blood Drunk Records established? Blood Drunk Records was formed […]Read More »

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