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YouTube’s Music Service Could Screw Indie Musicians – Here’s Why

It’s been an uphill battle for indie musicians to make a living. Forever. Dwindling CD sales haven’t helped much, either, along with the pittances paid by streaming radio stations like Pandora and Spotify. Well, as rumored, YouTube is planning a premium … Continue reading

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What Musicians Can Learn from YouTube Millionaires

A few years ago, I saw a video kicking around Facebook called “How to Trick People Into Thinking You’re Good Looking.” It was a standard YouTube video: a webcam photoshoot of some person, doing something. This video was pretty funny, … Continue reading

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7 Things Making Musicians (and the Music Industry) Go Out of Business

I recently stumbled across a really interesting documentary – “Unsound.” No, it’s not out yet. In fact, maybe it never will be. Right now, it’s in the funding stages on IndieGoGO and I beseech everyone to go help make it … Continue reading

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5 Ways Your Band Should Be Using Facebook

Facebook for bands is a Rubik’s Cube. If it works, it can really work. But if it doesn’t… it’s embarrassing. A lot of bands use Facebook on a less-than-monthly basis, but there’s some power to steadily creating a stream of … Continue reading

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