We asked our friends at Notetracks to provide a handy beginner’s guide to getting new clients for music work if you’re just starting out.
The music industry is notoriously hard to crack into, but there’s literally hundreds of doors to sneak in through… Here are a few to try.
Without live gigs and conferences meetup events, how do musicians get to network with one another online? Here are some thoughts.
The year’s half over but tons of great conferences are still ahead. Here are our favorite North American music gatherings that you need in your calendar.
Meeting new people can be frustrating and nerve-wracking. Here are some tips for when you’re stuck at an event and want to make the most of it.
Get into the writing room with confidence and excitement next time you’re working with a total stranger on a co-writing song project with these 7 tips.
Alright, you’ve finished your latest musical project, and it rocks! Now, how do you market it so that it satisfies old fans and tantalizes new ones?
Invited to play on a bigger stage, opening for a bigger band? Here’s a guide to help you nail that support set to keep them coming back!
Open mics make lofty promises about what they’re able to offer songwriters of all levels. I’m here to tell you that they’re still a waste of your time.
We dropped by famed Reykjavik recording hub Greenhouse Studios to talk about what makes Iceland’s music community so strong.