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15 Music Stars Who Started on YouTube -- Then and Now (PHOTOS)

Post by Celia San Miguel. Some unsigned, unknown musicians turn to American Idol or The Voice to help launch their careers but an increasing number of aspiring artists have embraced a DIY approach, tapping into the built-in exposure of video sharing site YouTube and foreseeing the potential for viral success. Show More Summary

Phil Elverum Will Name Your Band For $35

Phil Elverum, the Pac-NW musician behind the Microphones, Mount Eerie, and various related projects, is experiencing a resurgence of influence among DIY types. Recent Bands To Watch like Florist or Spencer Radcliffe bear a clear resemblance to quivering analog odysseys like 2001’s masterful The Glow Pt. 2, an album any fan of lo-fi or indie-pop […]

Getting It Done: The Week In D.I.Y And Indie Music

For independent DIY musicians looking to further their careers, Hypebot has tips on how to entice customers to buy their albums, get a publicist's attention, engage with "lite" fans, and much, much more. Extra Perks That Entice CD Buyers [INFOGRAPHIC] 3 Easy Ways To Give Back To Your Fans During...

Confessions Of A DIY Musician: Alex White Of White Mystery

In this article we hear from Alex White, one half of the critically acclaimed brother sister duo White Mystery, who discusses some of the challenges of running a independent band and the toll which being a full-time musician can take. _____________________________________________ Guest Post by Jhoni Jackson on the Sonicbids Blog...

4 Music Marketing Tips From DIY Musician Conference

Over 1,000 musicians from all across the globe, spanning every genre – from acoustic metal-rap to Zydeco pop covers – headed for Chicago to empower themselves with the knowledge handed down from leading music industry experts at CD Baby’s first ever artist-oriented DIY Musician Conference. By Justin Zupnick of Nativ...

Suzy Bogguss finally lands back in L.A. on her tour saluting Merle Haggard

It's not unusual to hear musicians gripe about jobs they have been forced to take on that used to be handled by others in the flusher days of the music business. Some, however, are enthusiastically embracing the DIY spirit that is the new normal in leaner times. SIGN UP for the free Essential Arts...

4 Services Musicians Should Register With To Make More Money

While most big-name artists will have people to set them up with these services, DIY artists who don't take the time to register their music with organizations like SoundExchange and the Harry Fox Agency are likely to miss out on diverting several trickles of revenue into their income pool. _______________________________________...

Music Publishing News Roundup 10.23.2015: Wix Launches Artist Tools • Apple Music • Soundcloud Lawsuit Options

This week, web development platform Wix launched a DIY product suite to cater to up-and-coming musicians by providing a new platform to sell, distribute, and share their music. The all-new Wix Music 2.0 provides a wide variety of features including the Wix music player- a utility for artists to present...

DIY website builder Wix targets musicians with new tools to manage songs, events, more

Web development platform Wix.com is going in-depth into new verticals starting with music. The company has launched a solution it believes is the “one-stop-shop” for musicians and the online music industry. Essentially this package deal lets artists and music companies not only manage their online presence, but distribute music to over 120 streaming services and […]

Getting It Done: The Week In D.I.Y And Indie Music

This week Hypebot's advice for the indie and DIY musician includes tips for effective crowdfunding, a look at how to use Flipagram, the best way to utilize cover songs in order to grow you fanbase, and much, much more. Deconstructing The Cover Song And How To Use The To Grow...

Berklee Online Brings To The DIY Musician Conference

CD Baby's DIY Musician Conference this October has had a special curriculum crafted for it by Berklee Online, and will be covering the value of data, new opportunities for bringing fans and artists together, as well as some Pro Tools 101. _____________________________________ Guest Post by Chris Robley on The DIY...

13 Great Apps For Touring Musicians

Before loading up the van and hitting the road, here are a few apps to consider downloading that can help to make the whole process of DIY touring both easier and more entertaining. _____________________________ For a band that's just starting out, touring means long periods of time in cramped spaces...

5 Signs You're Not Built To Be A DIY Musician

Do you have what it takes to blaze your own trail in the music industry? Being a DIY musician requires an incredible amount of work, as well as a certain degree of tenacity and an ability to handle rejection. As lifestyles go, it's not for everyone. ______________________________________ Guest Post by...

Today Is Last Day To Get Early Bird Pricing To CD Baby's DIY Musician Conference - SAVE $30

Today is the last day to get discount pricing to CD Baby's inaugural DIY Musician Conference. The DIY Musician Conference will take place October 23 - 25, at the historic Congress Plaza Hotel in downtown Chicago. Tickets for the CD Baby DIY Musician Conference are available now through July 31...

HateSong: Chastity Belt’s Julia Shapiro on why “Happy” makes her anything but

In HateSong, we ask our favorite musicians, writers, comedians, actors, and so forth to expound on the one song they hate most in the world. The hater: A four-piece group out of Seattle, Chastity Belt blends DIY sounds with references to John Carpenter and feminist theory. Show More Summary

CD Baby's DIY Musician Conference Early Bird Pricing to End Soon

CD Baby will host its inaugural DIY Musician Conference in Chicago, IL this fall. The DIY Musician Conference will take place Friday, October 23 through Sunday, October 25, at the historic Congress Plaza Hotel in downtown Chicago. Tickets for the CD Baby DIY Musician Conference are available now through July...

When Hippie Musicians Are The Most Tech-Savvy In The Biz

7 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“The Grateful Dead remains one of the most innovative and tech-savvy bands in pop history. Long before it became necessary (or cool) to do so, the band embraced a DIY ethos in everything from manufacturing its own gear to publishing its own music to fostering a decentralized music distribution system. The Dead’s obsession with technology […]

A Physicist Is Crafting MIDI Controllers Out of Paper

Full of echoing electronica and entrancing beats, Swedish musician Cornelia's latest album, Balun, drops today on DIY label Camp Mozart records, available in all the usual formats and one unusual one too: Should you desire, you can buy the album as a playable album poster with a built-in speaker that lets you play songs by touch. Show More Summary

Getting Social Media Content For A Month From A Single Event

As a DIY musician, it's essential that you have fresh social media content often to ensure that your fans are engaged and feel connected to your work. However, many artists are so focused on their work that properly filling up their social channels becomes a bit foreign. Original Post Written...

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