Here at Underground Music Collective, we decided that it’s time to get real. About the music industry, and the attitudes and life factors that impact our creative journeys.Read more
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The following is a message from our partners at Tuk Law Offices.
A lot has happened in the world of copyright law in the last three weeks. Major decisions by the US Supreme Court, as well as rules changes that are going into effect in the US Copyright Office will have a significant impact on how creators and businesses protect their intellectual property.Read more
As you may have heard on Monday’s return episode of The Quinn Spinn, we’re teaming up with Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME) in Nashville to help musicians anywhere network and showcase their talents within the industry.Read more
One of the most beautiful — and at times, frustrating — things about being a creative entrepreneur is the opportunity we have to learn on the job. So much of this comes from often being required to step into uncharted territory, and having to handle tasks that we otherwise, in our wildest dreams, wouldn’t have entertained (taxes, anyone?).Read more
I’m going to put my branding hat on for a moment and ask for a show of hands…Read more
In Nashville? Want a chance to meet us at our new HOME? Here it comes!
Photo credit: VRBO
Today, we’re excited to announce that we’ve found a HOME base for our content operations in Nashville.
Think you can afford to skimp on the metadata behind your music on digital channels?
That is not the case.
As musicians — and just about anyone, in any creative line of work — we’ve all been asked to offer our products and services for no monetary compensation. That’s right: the old “do it for exposure” trick.
Frustrated by the lack of engagement on your Facebook posts? A lot of musicians – and entrepreneurs still learning the social media ropes – share in your pain.
The key to creating engaging content on Facebook – that which makes your fans come back for more – goes beyond simply posting a status update or a link. You have you use your real estate on the social network to draw people in, and then keep their attention.
If you’re looking for some ways to get started, we have a few suggestions for you…