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? A Life Worth Living LP Rush Sturges Hip Hop/Rap, R&B/Soul Dive Deep Andrew Belle Singer/Songwriter, Pop Live at The Ryman Drew Holcomb … Continue reading New Music Friday: August 19, 2016
On this day waaaay back in 1960, four dudes from Liverpool began a 48-night performance run at the Indra Club in Hamburg. The rest was history! What that has to do with music videos? Absolutely nothing. But we thought we’d hit you with a cool factoid to distract you from how bored you are. Before … Continue reading Wednesday Video Diversion: August 17, 2016
TuneCore is excited to share that in Q2 of 2016, our collective base of independent artists earned $44 million – a 24% increase from the second quarter of 2015. That means that since TuneCore launched in 2006, TuneCore Artists have earned $733 million from 36.5 billion downloads and streams. Once a contentious point of consideration … Continue reading TuneCore Artists Earn $44 Million in Q2 2016
[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?
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
[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