2 Riveting Music Business Ideas You Shouldn’t Overlook Much like any other trade, the music world is undergoing substantial changes. But two particular music business ideas are going to revolutionise the industry as we know it. If your middle name is anywhere near “entrepreneur”, you should take a closer look. Indie on The Rise: Label
Monetize Your Music: 3 Reasons Why You Should Take Advantage Of 2020 No live shows mean no performance fees means no royalties. In short, a massive income reduction. We know how difficult it is to be an artist in the current climate, so we’re always on the lookout for the next opportunity. Here are three
Diversity in the gaming industry Music & Games: In this episode, we spoke with Lucy Rissik, from Brotherhood Of Brand & Marketing Director at Women in Games. We talked about her work with games and brands, the importance of diversity and female leadership in the gaming industry as well as new opportunities for collaboration between
Playlist curation is both a science and an art, and as such, we’re here to guide you through the top three most important aspects: management, promotion and revenue.
Digital & Indie artists Music Industry Insights: In this episode, we chat with Alessandra D’Alesio, from Deezer. We spoke about her work with independent artists and the role Deezer had during the BLM movement as well as how the work directly with independent artists. About Alessandra & Deezer Alessandra is the Community Support Coordinator at
Getting Your Music Noticed: 3 Useful Questions About Playlists Streaming killed the radio star is this era’s new motto. With over 400 million global streaming subscribers in the first quarter of 2020 alone, competition is saturated. As an artist, your goal is to get your music handpicked from the crowd and onto the main stage.
Music or Money: What do executives really care about? Music Industry Insights: In this episode, we chat with John Ozier, Executive Vice President at Reservoir. We spoke about the importance of signing talent based on sound and feeling instead of just numbers as well as explored the new opportunities for music creators. About John &
Normalising Digitalisation in the Music Industry Music Industry Insights: In this episode, we chat with Marlen Huellbrock, from Music Ally. We spoke about music trends, fan retention and new opportunities for artists and their teams. About Marlen & Music Ally Marlen is a Digital Marketing expert who started her career at Universal Music Group in Germany.
Digital Bullies Musicians have taken this opportunity to offer live content as a response to not being able to perform in venues. But this comes with an added audience that aims to disturb the performance and the performer. We’ll analyse a real example of a live streaming concert where digital bullies took a leading role
Online Streaming: A New Booking Criteria for Artists Many artists have taken to online streaming to continue building their exposure and revenue. In a hypothetical (and hopeful) future, venues will reopen, and festivals will once again take place – but if artists had to rely on an online presence in the past, what criteria should