Think You Have a Song That’s Syncable?

[Editors Note: This blog was written by Liam Farrell, Manager of Sync on TuneCore’s Publishing Administration team, and it was originally featured on Music Connection.] This past May, I attended a panel discussion on the current state of sync. It was a real who’s-who of gatekeepers from the sync world; a PRO exec, some big name publishers … Continue reading Think You Have a Song That’s Syncable?

New Music Friday: August 12, 2016

TuneCore Artists are releasing tons of new music every day. Each week we check out the new TuneCore releases and choose a few at random to feature on the blog. Is your hit next? Free Lunch Isaiah Rashad Hip Hop/Rap I’ve Got a Way Kelsey Waldon Country, Folk Sadler Vaden Sadler Vaden Alternative, Rock Just … Continue reading New Music Friday: August 12, 2016

The #1 Skill Artists Need To Get Organized

[Editors Note: This is the first in a series of articles on organization written by Debbie Stanley. Vote for Debbie’s “Time Management For Musicians” Panel to be held at SXSW 2017.] The most essential organizational skill for a DIY musician is time management. Organizing your data and your belongings are important too, but those also require first organizing … Continue reading The #1 Skill Artists Need To Get Organized

Wednesday Video Diversion: August 10, 2016

It’s Wednesday. You’re bored. You want the weekend to just BE HERE but you’re struggling with the 48+ hours that separates you and that glorious stretch of time. We get it, and that’s  why we’re offering the perfect line up of TuneCore Artist music videos – new and old! – to mentally drift away from this … Continue reading Wednesday Video Diversion: August 10, 2016

Music Sampling: Breaking Down the Basics

[Editors Note: This is a guest blog written by Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. Justin is an entertainment and media attorney in New York City. He also runs Label 55 and teaches music business at the Institute of Audio Research.] With advancing technology and the development of new digital musical techniques, it has become even easier for … Continue reading Music Sampling: Breaking Down the Basics

Interview: The Riverside Sticks Together Like Family

Often times bands and artists fit the image of their genre perfectly without even trying. Banjos, mandolins, upright bass, farmers market jam sessions, camping – all of these evoke thoughts of warm, comforting folk music, and that’s exactly what Santa Barbara’s The Riverside specialize in. A five-piece indie outfit that has undergone some line-up changes, … Continue reading Interview: The Riverside Sticks Together Like Family