Resisting feedback, or change, can be the single biggest mindset obstacle you have to overcome in your songwriting. Don’t let it destroy yours.
Poetry offers a great starting place for developing lyric ideas, but poetry and songs don’t always flow the same way — here’s how to tell if it’s working.
How do you morph admiration into inspiration while avoiding unacknowledged theft of song ideas? Borrowing with respect and intention is how.
Making mistakes along the path of your career is part of, well, your career. But some mistakes can lead to tragic roadblocks, here are five ways to prepare.
Looking for a cure to the dreaded “Second Album Syndrome”? Look no further than Public Enemy’s brilliant 1988 sophomore release for answers.
There’s as much grammar in a tune as there is in a paragraph. Learn to harness the power of melody and your lyrical strength will follow.
We celebrate the creature our global food security depends on with a custom-made playlist dedicated to the magical bee!
People make so many excuses for themselves when they don’t feel up to writing. Here are ten common ones and why they’re all wrong.
A quick historical deep dive on the journey of the saxophone from French military pride to jazz band spotlight, but never the symphonic orchestra.
Learn the basics of what makes AM and FM radio different, and why AM is probably more desireable than we’ve been led to believe!