If you asked me 2 years ago if I thought Live venues would close and concerts would be no longer experienced in person, I would have said no way. Still, here we are, with venue doors closed, concert promotion companies out of business, and the world still in lockdown for the 3rd time.
The pandemic has changed the music world by closing music venues. This has left artists and music fans longing for those fun times where the music becomes that connector between musician and listener in a live setting. …
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At some point, you have to respect yourself enough to walk away from a relationship that no longer fits.
Realizing that you can’t force something that is not meant to be is the hardest part because it feels like you’ve lost or given up. That’s when the mindset has to change. To face the truth is difficult but hold your head up high, smile, and walk away to a brighter future.
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2020 was full of surprises. The biggest music shifts that we watched this past year included plenty of revivals from the 70’s, 80's and even the 90’s. Music creators combed old albums for what they use to admire and seemed to fall in love all over again with electronic synths, pop melodies, R&B vocals and plenty of spaciously wet vocals.
Sydney based singer songwriter growing up with global influences that he weaves into his sound.
Ryan Lafferty and Charlie Maynard electronic pop soul project that infuses unique dark sounds with sentiment and vulnerable lyrics.
A beautiful voice that floats over easy R&B melodies. …
2021 has brought us many things. I, for one, am especially thankful for surviving the year. As I was browsing through hundreds of new singles in my first week of January, I realized that our new music creators had a lot to say about their year.
Here are 11 new singles just released that tell a great tale.
Nashville-based singer-songwriter, Brandon Calano, writes and performs under the alias Becoming Young. A name he says represents the journey to let go of everything we are not, so we can become who we were meant to be all along.
Becoming Young deftly fuses, pop, folk, and narrative singer-songwriter genres with authenticity and swagger. The urban flavored, electro-pop artist recently released his debut pop album, Feeling Single…
Anyone serious about turning a music hobby into a music career knows that success in this industry isn’t just about making good music. Talent is just the core of a successful music career.
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With 40k songs being launched daily online and over 35 million songs on Spotify alone competing against yours for streams and fans, you must understand how a music marketing team can help you stand out. …
This last year has been an educator for people. Due to social distancing and quarantines, people of all ages were forced to learn how to live stream.
That movement has been impactful for social media as more people all over the world now understand how to use the tools. This is bringing even more fresh content to TikTok, Instagram, Twitter and facebook.
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Why is Universal Music Group building content creation studios in London and LA?
One simple reason. They discovered how to reach fans post -Covid19. One of the biggest changes in the music industry 2020 is the shut down of music venues. Artists have not only suffered the massive loss in revenue but they also lost that deeper connection to their fan base that those concerts provided. Then something remarkable happened. Musicians started to adapt. I would expect nothing less from this beloved and resilient industry.
TikTok was just one of the incredible outlets that revealed itself as a connection point for artists and fans after Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours became the top 10 album this week more than four decades after its release thanks to a viral TikTok video that had everyone vibing along to “Dreams.” …