With only one day left in 2014, we’re looking back at some of our favorite and most widely-read blog posts of the past year. Look it as further proof that we’re not immune to “End Of Year List Fever”!
So whether you’ve been a loyal reader who wants to re-visit some articles, a fair-weather subscriber who checks in from time to time, or a new TuneCore Artist who’s just getting wise to the knowledge we spread over here at the TuneCore Blog, enjoy! 2015 promises to have more awesome content to come…
Because hey, while sitting in a van & eating fast food sounds fun and all, Erin Schrode (Green Guru & Co-Founder of Teens Turning Green) offers some tips for staying healthy on tour & keeping the environment healthy too!
TuneCore Artist Braden Barrie shares his successful fan-base building process, how he books tours in Canada & the U.S., and how partnering with TuneCore for distribution & publishing administration kicked his music career to the next level.
Great job – you made it onto a music festival! Erin Austin of OKSWEETHEART reminds us that just because the fun is over, it doesn’t mean you should go back home and put your feet up.
Got questions about how TuneCore’s Publishing Administration services can help find royalties you never knew existed? Composer Brian Crain is interviewed and shares his experiences.
Sonia Leigh has been on a roll! (And we’re not just saying that because she hung out with us in our Nashville office…) Read this inspiring article & learn more about the country artist’s musical journey.
If you weren’t able to keep up with TuneCore at SXSW 2014 (either because you were playing it, attending shows, or slept through the whole thing), this recap is everything you need! We’re very excited for SXSW 2015 already.
Let’s face it: streaming was a HUGE topic this year. Music blogger Kami Knacke breaks down what she believes to be the benefits of getting your music on streaming services like Spotify.
Every once and awhile, TuneCore offers a survey for our artists to fill out, and every time, the results are telling. Check out the results of a Fall survey and see what over 1,100 TuneCore Artists had to say about the state of the music industry in 2014.
You may know him from Mobb Deep, you may know him from his solo career or producing credits. Regardless, Havoc’s production, lyrical and stylistic-influences on modern hip hop are undeniable. That’s why TuneCore was psyched to distribute his latest album & snag an interview with him!
Following the turbulent subject of streaming, we shared this guest blog from TuneCore Artist Ron Pope that covers his transition from playing in the subway to touring Europe, and why he sees streaming as an integral piece of the puzzle.Tags: