Posts tagged "Social Media"

Is social media really that helpful to bands?

  Social media can be a powerful tool for bands and musicians, but its effectiveness depends on how it is used. Here are some ways in which social media can be helpful to bands:   Promotion and Marketing: Social media platforms provide bands with a cost-effective way to promote their

YouTube has revolutionized the way musicians connect with their fans, offering an incredible platform to showcase talent and build a dedicated audience. However, effectively utilizing YouTube requires a strategic approach. In this guide, we’ll explore how musicians can leverage YouTube to maximize their exposure, expand their reach, and connect with

TikTok has quickly become one of the most popular social media platforms, and its impact on the music industry cannot be overstated. For musicians looking to expand their reach and connect with a wider audience, TikTok offers a unique opportunity to showcase their talent and engage with fans. To help

TikTok has become a powerful platform for musicians to showcase their talents, connect with fans, and gain exposure. To maximize your presence on TikTok as a musician, it’s important to have a well-planned content calendar. Here is how:   Start by defining your goals as a musician on TikTok. Is

Popular social media platform TikTok has launched a new music distribution tool called SoundOn. The tool will allow artists to upload their music to the app directly, earning royalties from the use of their tracks on the app.  It is reported that SoundOn will pay out 100% of royalties to

Pop star Charli XCX has left Twitter. In an article recently published by The Guardian, it is noted that XCX chose to take a step back from the platform following a wave of negative tweets and criticism by fans concerning her choices regarding the rollout of her upcoming album, Crash.

Photo by Eli Russell Linnetz Avant-pop star Grimes took to social media last week to reveal details about her forthcoming album. The sixth LP from the Canadian singer and producer is shaping up to be a high concept cyber pop opera about a queer AI looking for love. In a

The hold that our phones have on our lives is often compared to an addiction – a habit that, despite our ‘we can quit at anytime’ attitude, we find it increasingly more difficult to actually press the ‘power off’ button. Considering the world in an alternate timeline; devoid of cellular

For those of us who grew up during the 90’s and earlier 00’s,the prospect of becoming a well-known musician, able to release music for public consumption and be recognised for it – was, for the most part, a pipe dream. During this time, physical media was the go-to, and being

Written by Jenna Dreisenstock Ah, so here we are talking about the infamous Fyre Festival. I assume this needs no introduction, and any extra explanation on my part is probably oversaturation. However – a quick breakdown for those who have been living in the wilderness for the past couple of

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