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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


How to Trademark a Logo - A Step-by-Step Guide

By Nicholas Rubright on under Trademark, Starting a Band, Legal Music Tips, Music Industry Law, Logo

You've designed an awesome logo and want to have it legally protected. We've discussed trademarking a name before, but logo rights are a little different. Before


6 Essentials for Your Band's Website

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

It's important to get your band's website right. This list of website essentials was put together by Robert Lantern of Hidden Home Records I recently bought


How to Get Signed By a Record Label - The Ultimate Guide

By Nicholas Rubright on under Music Marketing, Starting a Band, Running a Band, Record Labels, Getting Signed

Have you ever wondered why some artists get signed to big labels, while others fail to even get through to A&R? If you've progressed


8 Things to Have in Your Band's Press Kit

By Nicholas Rubright on under Music Marketing, Running a Band, Starting a Band, Blog Outreach, Get Your Band on The Radio, Publicity, Press

If you're attempting to reach out to blogs and magazines for reviews of your new music, it's likely you've come across requests for an EPK. When