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Monthly Archives: September 2020
Who’s in the mood for some “Strawberry Milkshakes?”Hear Tuesday’s Daily Spinn
Photo credit: Fairlight Hubbard
We’ve been following Natalie Schlabs along the journey to her forthcoming album, Don’t Look Too Close, for much of 2020.
Now, the title track is here, and it’s here to encourage us to accept our honest, unfiltered selves.Watch the Video
“Am I more than what I’ve been,
Or is there something we’ve missed?
Am I alright with nothing changing?
Am I alright with staying just like this?”
On Wednesday night, our community partners at Helping Our Music Evolve hosted a ‘HOME School’ panel discussion, featuring three Nashville-area entertainment attorneys who discussed some of the most common pitfalls they see when helping the music community navigate their legal hurdles:
- Artist and band name trademarks.
- Clearance, sometimes holding up — or even nullifying — record deals or licensing agreements.
- Splits and reconciliation, including accounting errors of collaborators and companies.
- Protecting intellectual property — especially now, that there is so much remote work.
- Force Majeure and COVID’s impact on the importance of this standard clause.
Watch this replay featuring HOME founder Logan Crowell and special guest panelists Colin Maher, Ryan Noormohamed, and Zach Gainous, who share insight and information that will help you prepare your music business for the best possible future outcomes.Watch the Replay!
Massachusetts’ indie-folk artist Izzy Heltai brings us “Songbird,” a record inspired by transgression and trespass.Check it Out
On Oct. 3, local songstress Stephcynie (stef-sih-nee) is changing the narrative for independent artists by hosting a one-of-a-kind music event called Paid 2 Play.Learn more
We just became aware of Seint Monet, the alt-pop project of New Jersey native Colleen O’Donnell.Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn
Courtesy photo provided by Kenna.
Indie pop songwriter Kenna has used the time afforded by the COVID-19 pandemic to move into what she calls “a new season of music.”Hear ‘Static’
Last time we heard from Jared Minnix, we weren’t that far into this whole COVID thing, and he gave us a message of reflection and appreciation for all we have.Hear Thursday’s Daily Spinn