An important part of getting more fans is to go beyond your music in your marketing efforts. You might have great songs, amazing visuals, and nice videos, but sometimes these might not be enough to get more following.
When you’re first dipping your toes into the water of your next big career move, it can feel overwhelming. What once felt like an exciting adventure designed to get you closer to your goals and dreams pretty quickly becomes a giant pile of stress.
Right now, live streams are kind of all we’ve got. And I’m actually loving them. Sure I miss the live concert experience, just like everyone else. There’s magic in being able to see your favorite band perform live, to feel the energy of the room, to be surrounded by others who know, love, and just get the band the same way you do. That’s irreplaceable.
The Planetary Group is a well-versed artist development firm with over 20 years of experience. With services such as boosting online publicity, media training, and radio promotion, Planetary Group takes an individual approach with each artist they work with. We connected with the founder of Planetary Group, Adam Lewis, to gather some inside information to help artists better understand what an artist development firm does and how they can help artists grow.
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The High Ground, an up-and-coming rock band hailing from Orlando, Florida, is one of the latest ReverbNation groups to be signed to Manic Kat Records via one of our opportunities.
With influences from multiples genre styles, The High Ground is a great example of hard work, perseverance, and the love for music coming to fruition. We were able to speak to them about their journey thus far, including their accomplishments, early obstacles as a band, and much more. Check out the interview below.
Since songwriting is such an intensely personal thing for many of us, it can be hard to reach outside of ourselves to get a true perspective on our music. The kicker is that not knowing your strengths as a songwriter leaves you at a huge disadvantage when it comes to knowing which parts of your process to lean into the most. The better you can account for your strengths as a music-maker, the better music you’ll end up making. Here are four tips for accurately identifying what you’re best at in songwriting: