Is Distrokid better than TuneCore?

TuneCore has been in operation for 15 years now and is one of the most established digital music distributors in the industry. Distrokid, on the other hand, is the new kid on the block. It is relatively younger because they were only established seven years ago, in 2013 but despite this, Distrokid proved that being […]

YOU DON’T NEED A LOT- Why a Few Super Fans is All You Really Need

Musicians are an ambitious bunch. It’s not that you want to be as rich and powerful as Bezos (although that won’t hurt), but generally, musicians just have this very simple wish: that everyone in the world would to listen to their music…and you know, touch people and make a difference in the world, and…well yeah, […]

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What Musicians Can (and Should) Do Right Now

I’m calling it! This COVID- 19 shift is a wake up call to all of us. As musicians and entrepreneurs, we have to embrace this new reality…and we have to embrace it fast! We’ve had enough rest, folks. Time to get back in the saddle. Make baby steps if you must because we still have […]

List of News and Tips for Musicians During the Pandemic

It’s a tough time for everyone but especially for artists and musicians as the pandemic drags on. We compiled some resources to help you navigate the new normal of music. Hopefully, this will somehow make things much easier for all of us. Stay safe and hang on tight. This is just a glitch. Meanwhile here […]

Tips for Musicians During the Pandemic

Times are still tough and it will be hardest before it gets better again so before we proceed with a long list of advice on how to get your feet back up, we’d like to tell you that IT’S PERFECTLY OKAY TO NOT BE OKAY. You can scream and kick if you want…or bake cookies. […]

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5 Ways Indie Musicians Can Influence The World

Being a full-time indie musician is already tough and yes, it is very fulfilling. However, after reaching a certain level of success, you want to do more than just music. You want to do more and contribute more as an artist as a human being. Here are some of the ways you can be more […]

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5 Things that Helped Me Get Through the Pandemic Blues

It’s half of the year 2020 and we’re still here– and we’re all feeling the covid pandemic blues. How are you guys holding up? It’s a little silly to ask this question because we know nobody is beaming with happiness these days but I really do wish you’re doing just fine. Lots of questions pop […]

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COVID Pandemic Mental Health Resources

Last month, roughly 70% of Americans experienced moderate-to-severe mental distress—triple the rate seen in 2018, according to a new study from researchers at San Diego State University and Florida State University. Twenge, the coauthor of the study, says the severity of the mental health discrepancies her study revealed probably shouldn’t have come as a shock. “In […]

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11 Things No Artist Should Live Without

Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been around for decades, there are essentials that you should not live without especially if you want your career to progress (who doesn’t?). As they say, artists cannot live with talent alone.  You need to be able to sell yourself to all the people you meet may it […]

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8 Artist Tips on How to Not Give a Damn and Just Do Your Own Thing

Making uncompromising art is tough so we collected some artist tips from some of the greatest artists in our time. It’s hard not to follow trends and worry about marketing if you’ve been doing this for quite a while. It’s hard to make any kind of art especially when the world sees artists as simply […]