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Management

How to Tap Into Creativity When You’re Uninspired

If you’ve ever sat down to get some work done and been suddenly hit with a mental roadblock, this one’s for you. We all have moments where we feel uninspired no matter how hard we concentrate, and it can be…

3 Ways a Mailing List Can Get Fans To Your Show

Getting people out to your shows can feel like a losing battle. First of all, it’s difficult just to get people to care about your show, and then getting them to care enough to actually drag themselves out on a…

Forming Your Own Artist Development Team: The Music Producer

Part 2 of our Artist Development Series  In the first installment of this series, we established the function and importance of creating an artist development team for individuals aspiring to a successful career in the Music Industry. We listed the…

3 Creative Strategies For Finding Cold Contacts

If you’re just starting your journey into PR, booking, or even licensing inquiries, odds are you’ve run into the dreaded silence that comes from hundreds and hundreds of emails going unanswered. In fact, it can feel downright discouraging to take…

8 Things Your EPK Must Have

Electronic press kits changed the music industry years ago, and though they’re not as popular as they once were (some musicians prefer to let their social media profiles do all the talking), they can still be incredibly useful. In fact,…

Tips for Pitching Your Music to Blogs and Writers

The 2019 internet is quite an interesting tool. As music blogs become easier to create with every passing day, the influx of pitching opportunities is overwhelming. For every five people who are really into music, I am willing to bet…

Take Advantage of Spotify Analytics for Labels

If you run a label that has music on Spotify, you can use Spotify Analytics for Labels to access a ton of features that aren’t available in Spotify for Artists. To sweeten the deal, these features are FREE. Yes, absolutely,…

5 Things You Might Want To Send To Journalists

These days, most publicity firms spend almost all their time emailing bloggers and writers non-stop, as everything seems to have gone digital…well, almost everything. There are still times when mailing something physical can not only be a good idea, but…

Forming Your Own Artist Development Team

Part 1 of our Artist Development Series. There are many decisions to make when deciding on the people that will help you make your mark in the Music Industry. You may think it’s premature, but it is wise to know…

5 Ways to Form Relationships with Bloggers and Journalists

Bloggers and music journalists receive hundreds of pitches per day, they listen to an incredible amount of music, and they meet people—especially musicians—all the time. They are constantly inundated with requests and new faces and names, so how is one…