Music Growth Talks
Matt Bacon

MGT150: The Unreasonable Way To Market Your Music – Matt Bacon

The Dropout Media founder shows how musicians can create content at scale, and why an “unreasonably” aggressive approach to marketing will get you a long way.

Judah Holiday

MGT149: Beating Addiction to Find Success as a Musician – Judah Holiday

The Miami-based singer/songwriter shares the story of his drug addiction and how quitting has impacted his life’s mission and music career, and gives advice for up-and-coming musicians who are confused about where to start.

Marcus Cobb

MGT148: Don’t Enter a Recording Studio Without the Splits App – Marcus Cobb (Jammber)

The CEO of Jammber explains the three key features of their Splits platform: tracking the creators working on a song, registering that song across NA agencies, and collecting royalties.

MGT147

MGT147: A Powerful One-Sheet for Booking Shows You Didn’t Know You Had – Vasja Veber (Viberate)

Vasja Veber is a co-founder of Viberate: a network of over a million artists, events, venues and booking agents, on a mission to become the world’s biggest marketplace for underrepresented performing artists.

Andres Lauer

MGT146: New Revenue Opportunities for Artists in the Gaming Industry – Andres Lauer (Five Vectors)

Learn how an LA- and Berlin-based company Five Vectors is creating a new music interaction layer for gamers, while introducing new revenue opportunities for indie artists.

Nat Jay

MGT145: Making It as a Sync Licensing Artist – Nat Jay

The Canadian singer-songwriter talks about how signing with a one-stop licensing company has lessened the burden of doing everything all by herself and shares multiple insights on the sync licensing world, applicable to both established and emerging artists.