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Co-Host Jay Gilbert's Favorite Music Biz Weekly Podcast Episodes

Jay Gilbert spent 18 years at Universal Music, most recently as VP New Media and Online Marketing. He's been on the cutting edge of digital sales and marketing at Universal, Starbucks Entertainment, Fox and Warner Music. But it's his unique perspective as a musician, music executive and fan that makes...

5 Lies In YouTube's Content ID Spin [Op-Ed]

As more artists come forward to condemn YouTube's business practices, the video giant has taken to defending its content ID system, although the accuracy and honesty of its defense is questionable says Chris Castle. ___________________________ Guest post by Chris Castle of Music Technology Policy An increasing number of artists are...

Sonic Logos, Branding And The Royalty Opportunity They Provide

This article explores the value of sonic logos, e.g. the audio cues used to brand various products, networks, or companies, how they work to craft a brand's image, and the royalty opportunity which they present to the composer. _____________________________ Guest post from Royalty Exchange Not all production music is created...

7 Ways To Promote Your Music On YouTube

As a musician, standing out from the masses in the crowded world of online promotion can be challenging at best, but one of the best platform from which to cultivate a fanbase and grow your notoriety remains YouTube. Here we look at seven of the best ways to promote your...

How Kendrick Lamar Achieves Mainstream Appeal Using A Complex, Innovative Approach

In this piece we take an in depth look at how Kendrick Lamar is able to craft tracks which have achieved such prominent mainstream appeal, while still remaining deeply personal and specific to Lamar's personal experiences. ___________________________ Guest post by Sam Friedman of Soundfly's Flypaper One of Kendrick Lamar’s greatest...

TuneCore Launches SocialPro Social Media Management App, Free Educational Resources

TuneCore today launched TuneCore Social Pro, a social media management platform that enables artists to manage their social media activity and distribution sales in a single app and dashboard. ______________________________________ TuneCore's newly launched SocialPro offers a $7.99 per month mobile app and dashboard to help musicians manage social media and...

How To Get Music On Spotify’s Playlists

Anyone working in music industry promotion has doubtless tried to figure out how to get their music on a Spotify playlist, and while it's not as simple as most would like, there are certain steps you can and should take to increase the likelihood of earning a coveted playlist spot....

Forget Ed Sheeran and Drake, Justin Bieber Just Had The Biggest YouTube Debut Of 2017

The Bieb is back! Oh, wait... you only wished that he went away. Talk all you want about Ed Sheeran and Drake as the streaming success stories of 2017, but Justin Bieber just helped break a YouTube record with the biggest music video debut of 2017. The static video, tracked...

Survival Of The Shortest: Did Streaming Kill Song Intros?

While lengthy, dramatic intros used to be commonplace in the power pop ballads of a few decades ago, a recent study has revealed that the hits of today have significantly more truncated, something for which consumers shortened attention spans are likely to blame. _______________________________ Guest post by Misti Crane of...

BACKLINE with Drummer Extraordinaire Alicia Warrington

In this edition of CASH Music's Backline, drumming success story Alicia Warrington takes us behind the scenes and shares her preferences for hardware, software, and a dream setup. _________________________________ Guest post by Alicia Warrington of CASH Music Who are you, and what do you do? Hey! Alicia Warrington here. I...

TV Is Perfect For Artists Who Don’t Fit Radio 'Mold’ - ‘Big Little Lies’ Standout Michael Kiwanuka

After his song "Cold Little Heart" earned a prominent spot on HBO's new Big Little Lies, Michael Kiwanuka saw a massive jump in his music's popularity. Here he discusses how TV placement can help artists whose music may not fit with traditional radio, and the important relationship between a well...

The 5 Steps To Getting “Gig Ready”

Getting hired to play a cover gig with a band can be a great way to get out there an make some extra money, but gigs of this nature often provide little time for getting ready. Here we look at how to make the most of what little preparation time...

10 Women Sound Engineers Changing The Game

Owing to issues of systemic sexism, it can often be difficult for women to break into the 'boys' club' of audio production, despite obvious talent. Here we look at ten different women sound engineers who were able to do just that. ___________________ Guest post by Leticia Trandifir of Landr When...

Inside Chuck Berry And Pandora's Genome Project [Glenn Peoples]

In this piece, Glenn Peoples looks through the lens of Pandora's genome project to take a close at how the style and musical traits of Chuck Berry were copied and disseminated down through generations of musicians. _________________________ Guest post by Glenn Peoples of Pandora Biologist Richard Dawkins used the term...

Mutualism UK: Building Scenes In Surprising Places [INTERVIEW]

In this piece we hear from the founders of Mutualism UK, a growing scene based 50 miles outside of Manchester, as they discuss the origins of the organization, the challenges of growing in a small town, and what their goals for the future are. ______________________________ Guest post by Leticia Trandafir...

Artificial Intelligence And Its Place In The Music Industry [INTERVIEW]

Drew Silverstein CEO of Amper Music, a music composition platform run entirely by artificial intelligence, shares his thoughts on the future of AI in music, and how it will continue to shape the music industry as we move forward. _________________________________ Guest post from Synchblog We chat to Drew Silverstein, CEO...

Mental Health And The Music Industry

Many are considering 2016 to have been a breakthrough year for mental health in the music industry, with the topic making frequent appearances at panel discussions and in studies. Here we look at important questions surrounding mental health in the music industry, and how the issue rose to prominence. __________________________...

Peter Hollens On How He Changed The Music Industry From His Living Room [INTERVIEW]

In this interview, Danny Ross speaks with music industry success story Peter Hollens on his already impressive career, from staring in The Sing Off, to using Patreon as a way innovating the music business, to the popularity of his self-produced videos on social media. ___________________________ Guest post by Danny Ross...

Walk Off The Earth Gained 636 Million Views With Low Budget Videos: Here's How

Walk Off The Earth acheived the marketing dream of many, creating compelling low budget videos and uploading them for consumption by what grew into an army of fans. In this interview, founding member Gianni “Luminati” Nicassio discusses how the band approaches online video. _________________________ Guest post by James Mulvey of...

How Music Marketing Will Is Changing In 2017

Although not without its flaws, 2016 was the first time in a while that the music industry showed signs of real growth, thanks in large part to the rising popularity of streaming services, but the (hopefully) positive changes aren't about to stop. Here, we consider some key ways in which...

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