Like many aspects of the music industry, effective publicity is about teamwork and good communication. There are many great music publicists out there (and many more not-so-great ones) who’ll work independent releases, but that doesn’t mean just any publicist will do. You’ve got to find the one that feels like the right fit for your goals, budget, genre, and more.
So here’s our 16-point band website assessment checklist to measure how your website is doing (download the checklist here):
16-Point Band Website Assessment Checklist
Section 1: Design
1. Does the imagery represent the band’s style?
You’ve finished your best album yet. You’re excited to get your CDs or vinyl back from the manufacturer. You book an album release party. You tell all your fans about the new recording and your upcoming concert. You pack the house, put on an unforgettable show, and sell a bunch of merchandise. Good for you.
By Disc Makers
A portfolio music career can include a combination of jobs and activities, and it can bridge your love for music with a variety of other interests
We’re halfway through the year. If you haven’t been paying attention to the following ideas, it’s time to start.
1. Stop trying to do everything yourself
If you’re a performer and songwriter, of course you want to record and perform your own songs…
But you might be missing out on a very effective and easy way to take your music career to the next level: Cover songs!
Here’s why cover songs are great if you want to:
1. Be More Liked