I consider myself very fortunate to have had the opportunity to travel to different places to hear and discover new music. I feel that even moreso in recent months, having been able to travel and have people from other areas discover me.
Monthly Archives: November 2018
The above photo has been circulating on social media since September 2015 and, somehow, it finally came across our desk just recently. The idea of a “live music tip” being built into a venue patron’s bill is not necessarily a new concept.
With that said, it is certainly one worth considering, and it could be beneficial across the board.
It makes sense to us to start the week with a fresh batch of independent tunes of any genre, from any location. So, your UMC20 playlist will be updated every Monday from here on out!
We came back to Pennsylvania for the Thanksgiving holiday, and just in time — because a night of stellar musicianship was in-store for us upon our return to Bethlehem.
Bright sounds and power chords are the hallmarks of “Lying to Myself,” the new alt-rock anthem from Chelsea Lyn Meyer.
While we were in Nashville this past week, we got to #GoUnderground there for the first time — and our first glimpse of Music City’s original scene lived up to expectations.
Entertainment lawyer, musician, creator, and entrepreneur Bryan Tuk has seen a lot across his multiple, intertwining careers, and he is determined to be a resource for those on a quest for knowledge and creativity.
This week, we head up to Boston for a look at pop-punk duo Condition Baker.
It’s time once again for a fresh batch of songs, hand-picked by us for your listening pleasure.
If you’re like most independent musicians, you probably have some questions about royalty payments and how to make your music generate revenue.
That’s where Songtrust comes in, with a webinar series to tell you everything you need to know.