Rosie is one half of the undeniably fun and extremely talented electronic duo ‘Feels’. Rosie is also a co-founder of WOMPP. We discuss the lack of Female representation in the music industry, lost luggage, SXSW showcases and much more. You can find more information about Feels @feelsofficial_ on Instagram and WOMPP at wompp.com.au
JoeySuki had a tremendous career as a Producer and touring DJ but realized this lifestyle was no longer for him. In this interview we talk about his personal struggles within the music industry and how he is helping other artists through his Artist Coaching podcast and program.
Follow @joeysuki and visit his website ArtistCoaching.nl
Nick is one half of the chart topping duo The Disco Fries, manages a pop artist, runs a label and is a touring DJ. We discuss focus, sample packs, collaboration, feedback and even DM's with Tiesto.
Follow @thediscofries and @dicknitri on Instagram to keep up with Nicks latest adventures.
Vianney Ausseil is the founder of Let Me Hear It. An independent record label with a strong focus on streaming services. In this episode we discuss release strategies, editorial pitches, health, work ethic and so much more.
More information on Vianney and Let Me Hear It can be found at LetMeHear.it
I wanted to give my two cents on playlist pluggers and what to look out for to make sure you don't get burned. I also discuss the importance of pushing your music everywhere and not just focusing on one service.
This may come as no surprise but the Work Hard Playlist Hard e-book was already falling out of date. Listen to this podcast and get in touch with your feedback to potentially see it included in the next update!
Do you use Facebook Messenger for your communications and find yourself distracted from the news feed and frequent notifications. Here's a productivity tip that may just save you from hours of scrolling and help you to be more productive while still being connected on Messenger.
Have you ever wondered how some artists seem to have millions of streams on their songs the day their album drops. Why do some artists release compilations of previously released material? How do all the stream counts for the same song across multiple albums, compilations or re-releases count towards one single combined total?
Listen to this episode to learn how The Chainsmokers have applied this with their single 'Sick Boy'.
Does the related artists section of your artist profile seem a bit off? Here's a tip for how to correct it by connecting your last.fm account to Spotify.
Shout out to Vick and Grady from almost awake for the question, check out their music on your favorite streaming service.
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Got some old bootlegs and unofficial remixes that keep getting ripped offline and blacklisted. Let's talk about a site called MixBank that is allowing artists to upload their bootlegs, get them cleared, added to streaming services... and even pay them a cut for their efforts!
Chances are you've gone through a gate and never even realized. Gates help to grow an artists or curators following by offering something in return in the form of a submission or a free download. Services mentioned include show.co and toneden.io