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Whats Appropriate for a Small Label to Ask of Their Artists

By Guest Post on under Record Labels, Musicians, Negotiation

Originally, I planned on calling this article “Things No DIY Label Should Ask of Its Artists.” What I realized in doing research is that, contrary to


5 Ways to Make Marketing Your Music Less Hard

By Guest Post on under Music Marketing, Marketing Tips, Musicians

My name’s Dave - I play in a Minneapolis Indie-Pop band called Whosah. Doing it all yourself is a grind, as you probably know by


How To Legally Record And Sell A Cover Song in 3 Steps

By Guest Post on under Music Licensing, Music Industry Law, Music Marketing, Legal Music Tips, Recording, Distribution, Guest Post

If the popularity of user generated content (UGC) platforms, such as YouTube and SoundCloud, has taught us anything about the music industry in the Digital Age,


4 Elements All Successful Band Websites Need To Have

By Guest Post on under Website, Band Website, Music Website, Music Marketing

When designing a website for your music, you have to keep in mind that there are three different audiences that will be visiting your site. These


Your Tour Van is a Cop Magnet

By Guest Post on under Music Marketing, Touring, Starting a Band, Running a Band

There’s a long history of disconnect between true rockers and the fuzz. Dead Kennedys wrote “Police Truck” almost forty years ago. NWA had their infamous