Artists: your audience is out there, so put some effort into reaching them
Most artists are too busy making incredible music to keep up with the industry, but knowing what’s going on generally around you can be the difference between surviving or thriving as an artist. Here are some trends to keep an eye on as you build your career in 2021.
In the past decade, social media has come to permeate just about every aspect of our lives. Now, in order to achieve even a basic level of professional success, having a firm grip on social media trends and techniques is sort of a must.
As an independent artist, it is important to get your visual game just right. It’s a way for fans to tune in to you and what you’re about, while also being a means to stand out from other people.
Eliza Shaddad is a Cornwall and London based indie singer-songwriter. She’s been using Beatchain’s Fan Builder feature to reach more of her fans.
Running a music tech company that provides free distribution to artists (among a plethora of other things), I’ve noticed that there’s a serious misunderstanding around what it takes for an artist to be successful.
Bandcamp have introduced ticketed livestreaming for artists, Taylor Swift makes a public statement about her masters after they are sold again, plus YouTube is the world’s biggest streaming platform... Here’s a catch up of the week’s news.
A new vaccine, a new US president (elect) and a whole load of related (and random) music industry news and views. Here’s what’s worth knowing this week.
Our CMO Luke joined some amazing speakers including Marshall Jefferson, David Morales and Roger Sanchez in the world’s largest virtual event for upcoming electronic music artists: Mixmasters.live.