Katie Zaccardi

MGT140: Mental Wellness & Coping Techniques For The Music Industry – Katie Zaccardi

Katie Zaccardi, a wellness coach for women in music, explains why we have to change our mindset around the “starving musician” stereotype, and shows how you can take care of yourself through time management and a wellness routine.

MGT139

MGT139: The Artists Who Make It In The New Music Business – Ari Herstand

Ari shares what’s new in the second edition of his best-selling “How To Make It in the New Music Business” book, and provides numerous examples of indie artists who have built successful music careers.

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Marketing Tips For Music Artists on the Road

Going on the road as a music artist is an exciting, busy, and even exhausting experience. You’ll be playing a lot and may have other obligations, too, like album signings or meet-and-greets. It’s a lot to juggle, and it’s easy for your marketing efforts to get pushed to the side during this busy time.

Steve Welty

MGT138: Tips From An Indie Artist And Entrepreneur On Songwriting, Essentialism And Life – Steve Welty

San Diego-based singer-songwriter Steve Welty talks on finding your “genius zone,” collaborating with other songwriters, delegating work, becoming comfortable with showing up on socials, and more.

Bif Naked

MGT137: Save Your Rage For The Stage – Bif Naked

Bif Naked, the “Princess of Punk”, talks about social media, activism, vulnerability, veganism, embracing limitations, straight edge being a true representation of the DIY ethic, and a lot more.

Michael Sloane

MGT136: An Ethical Way To Spotify Promotion – Michael Sloane (Streaming Promotions)

From avoiding companies who offer “guaranteed” streams and the differences between third-party and Spotify playlists to how the platform’s algorithm works, and why music will soon be mostly curated by robots.