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  • 10 social media hacks you should know

    Want to know some easy-to-do social media hacks that will enhance your posting performance? How many do you already do without knowing? 👀 1. Use the same handle across all platforms Why should you use the same handle across all platforms? So that it is as easy as possible for your audience to find and […]

    December 21, 2022
  • Revenue checklist for emerging musicians

    Money Money Money. Where can I find revenue? We all know that the lack of financial support is one of the biggest challenges every emerging and even established musician will face. When you start from nothing, it’s incredibly hard to build. Revenue in the music industry doesn’t always come via traditional routes either. Unlike a […]

    November 11, 2022
  • How to make your performances more inclusive and accessible.

    Awareness The first step to making your performances more inclusive and accessible is becoming aware of the different working parts of a performance. Think through each of the steps you take from the beginning to the end of the performance process and break down each stage to assess whether they are individually accessible. For most […]

    October 25, 2022
  • Practice Makes Perfect: Are Rehearsals Enough?

    If you rehearse and practice before a big show, does this guarantee the show will be perfect? Absolutely not. As all performing musicians know, there are so many uncontrollable moments when it comes to a live show. You can’t always anticipate a drunken audience member or your band member missing an entry that they have […]

    September 19, 2022
  • How to create eye-catching album art

    Album art is one of many crucial elements in cementing legendary albums in the music industry. They define how we look at a particular album and are key to first impressions and music discovery. The most notable album artworks have earned their rightful place in music history. The Beatles’ Abbey Road album cover made St […]

    September 16, 2022
  • How to deconstruct constructive criticism

    What did that punter mean when they said the show was good but the guitar was too loud? How do you listen and deconstruct constructive criticism and use that to improve? Criticism is the act of giving your opinion or judgment about the good or bad qualities of something or someone. Remember that criticism and music are subjective Firstly, there is no […]

    September 14, 2022