How to market your music during the lockdown

3 Core Music Promotion Tactics During Quarantine

Promoting your band in the middle of a worldwide quarantine seems really hard – but there are ways forward, more than you might think. As I look around in my role as a music marketer I have seen some strange successes. People are starting to put stuff together, especially in Scandinavia.

Muyinza

MGT152: Thriving as an Artist in the Face of Adversity – Muyinza

Muyinza, an LA-based artist and entrepreneur, gives actionable tips on how you can create excellent content, engage with your fans, and grow your music career during the lockdown.

Bas Grasmayer

MGT151: How To Make Music Greener – Bas Grasmayer

Bas Grasmayer presents one of his latest projects, MUSIC x GREEN, designed to create “more visibility for organisations and initiatives that make the music industry greener, less impactful on the climate and ecology, and more sustainable.

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.