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Last week, we dedicated our #UMC20 Spotify playlist to some of 2018’s most memorable moments.
This week, we look ahead!
Throughout the course of my own independent music endeavors — from The Quinn Spinn, through Lehigh Valley Underground, right to the present day with UMC — life has been a balancing act. And, if I’m being honest, there have been times where it has made me feel like varying aspects of my professional life were at war with one another.
If you’ve felt the same way — or, even if you feel the same way right now — then it’s very important that you read the article linked below.
Singer-songwriter Brianna Musco is a born and raised Jersey girl. Hailing just minutes from the New York border, Musco loves exploring new places and connecting to them through music.
We’re at the beginning of another fresh, new year, bubbling like champagne with possibilities for success and happiness.
But… enough of the cliche stuff. It’s time to get to work! For musicians and creatives, we must work every day to bring ourselves one step closer to the lives we envision.
With that, we’ve compiled a list of steps that anyone can take to raise the bar in 2019, and to ensure that more eyes and ears engage with their content than ever before. Let’s go!
We searched far and wide this week, trying to find new and diverse selections for this week’s edition of the #UMC20 Spotify playlist.
Some creators will use the U.S. postal service as a means of establishing copyright protection over their creative work? But… is it effective?
The number of impressions you make on your Facebook followers is limited. CD Baby’s DIY Musician blog suggests that most fans will only visit an artist’s Facebook page once, no matter how big a fan they are of that artist’s music.
Think you can afford to skimp on the metadata behind your music on digital channels?
That is not the case.
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.