Last month, monsters of rock Metallica put their considerable back catalogue on Spotify. It was a landmark day not just for metal fans and partygoers with a sudden urge to headbang, but also in the history of the war between the sheriffs of the traditional music industry and the once wild west of internet music… Read More Stream-age kicks: Is Spotify a musician’s friend or foe? – Features – Music – The Independent
Maybe you haven’t followed “The Rule of 4 C’s”– consistently create compelling content! via diymusician.cdbaby.com Hmmm, I must take some notice of this article 🙂
“If only…” These two words paired together create one of the saddest phrases in the English language. Here are ten choices that ultimately lead to this phrase of regret, and how to elude them: via marcandangel.com This is an awesome article. There is nothing worse than regret, don’t let it happen to you.
MTV has unveiled a new list that they call simply “MTV Artist to Watch”, a new artist / music discovery initiative and campaign that spans across all of MTV’s television channels and web presences via hypebot.com A good sign by the once huge music video channel that they’re putting some of their focus back into… Read More MTV Announces “Artist To Watch” Music Discovery Campaign – hypebot
The redesigned Myspace finally opened up to the public Tuesday. A year and a half in the works, the site is both a social network and a music discovery destination. via billboard.biz I’m on it, people I know are on it but there’s talk that the new MySpace might be just a pretty looking white… Read More Relaunched Myspace Is a Success as Music Service — But As a Social Network? We’ll See
So how can you motivate yourself to approach new challenges with confidence and energy, without fear of making mistakes? The answer is simple, though perhaps a little counterintuitive: Give yourself permission to screw-up. via 99u.com This is an article that I can directly relate to. How about you? Do you give yourself permission to screw… Read More Why You Should Give Yourself Permission to Screw Up
People are still shocked at last week’s surprise reappearance of David Bowie after almost ten years of radio silence. How could he, one of the most legendary musicians of all time, manage to keep such a project secret for so long? via alancross.ca I just can’t wait to hear more of David Bowie’s next CD… Read More 10 Ways David Bowie Managed to Keep His New Album Secret for TWO YEARS
Money does buy happiness, but happiness also creates wealth. via inc.com “Money does buy happiness, but happiness also creates wealth.” Not a truer word spoken… What do you think?
You need peace of mind to work efficiently and make smart decisions. Get back some of your sanity–and productivity–with these tips. via inc.com I certainly need to bust some stress. How about you?
Every day, they have to ignore the possibility that the vision they have dedicated their lives to is a pipe dream. via thornybleeder.com Here’s some words of encouragement for today 🙂