Without live gigs and conferences meetup events, how do musicians get to network with one another online? Here are some thoughts.
It can often be the last thing you think of as a musician, album or single cover art, but it can be easy and fun to design it yourself!
We’re happy to present our thorough guide for how to get your press pitch accepted by more blogs to review your new album.
Getting on a Spotify playlist can drastically improve your chances of getting heard, here are some tips on pitching to those playlists.
Here are the 3 categories that offer the most value to followers. If your account doesn’t fall into one of these categories, that could be holding you back.
Yoga, wellness and fitness apps are beginning to dominate the digital marketplace. For musicians looking to license their music, there’s a ton of potential.
It’s hard to find time and motivation this year to work on one’s musical skills and improve in practice. We’ve got tips for self-guided learning from home.
If you’re an apple, don’t compare yourself to an orange. If you’re an orange, don’t hold yourself up against an apple. You are what you are and that’s okay!
Probably one of the strangest mental leaps we’ve made here on Flypaper to date, but Caleb Murphy makes a solid argument here. Do you agree?
Announcing the virtual, livestreamed 2020 edition of Mondo.NYC’s annual conference, of which Soundfly is a partner and panel host. Learn more here!