Philadelphia-based musician C.J. Dunleavy — who is known in regional circles as a music advocate and curator of some pretty cool indie music playlists — also has a knack for songwriting.
Tag Archives: Spotify
Variety is the spice of life, and it certainly spices up the latest installment of our weekly #UMC20 playlist.
Think you can afford to skimp on the metadata behind your music on digital channels?
That is not the case.
Amy Gerhartz’s forthcoming album, “Hold On,” is scheduled for release in early 2019. If it’s anything like her 2017 release, “Fire,” you’re in for a real treat.
It’s time once again for a fresh batch of songs, hand-picked by us for your listening pleasure.
As announced yesterday, our goal is to connect the world’s many talented independent musicians to their peers and to the industry. What’s one way to do that?
Put them on a playlist together, 20 at a time!
The other day, we showed you a brilliant case study from CD Baby and Canadian musician Braden Lam on how to get your music on official Spotify playlists.
Now, for the next question: how can you use your Spotify presence to make money?
A question that often arises from emerging independent artists is, “How do we get on official Spotify playlists?”
We scoured the internet to come up with an answer to that question, courtesy of CD Baby guest contributor Braden Lam.
West Palm Beach native Sam Least (real name Samuel Florexil) is a lifelong student of contemporary rhythm and blues, taking cues from greats including Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake, and using their influence to inform his sleek, modern sound.
One of the rarest of rare events happened in Washington, DC: a unanimous Congressional approval of a large piece of legislation; an affirmative 100 – 0 vote in the Senate and a 415 – 0 vote in the House. On October 11, 2018, the Orrin G. Hatch–Bob Goodlatte Music Modernization Act was signed into law.