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The Musician’s A-Team

Who are the main team members an artist works with in the music industry and when/why do you need them? With patience, the right partners will come along at the right time and will be able to access opportunities and open doors that an artist normally couldn’t.

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.

Steve Jones

MGT144: Meet Beatchain, a One-Stop Platform for Indie Artist’s Marketing Needs – Steve Jones

Steve goes over Beatchain’s features, from distribution and collecting all the artist’s online data in one spot, to advising artists on creating engaging content for their audience.

D Grant Smith

MGT143: The Power of “Being Solid” – D Grant Smith

D explains the importance of telling your story through your music to build better relationships with your audience, and talks about his recent book, “Be Solid: How To Go Through Hell & Come Out Whole.”

David Wimble about Indie Spotify Bible

MGT142: Your Guide To Music PR And Spotify With The Indie Bible – David Wimble

David Wimble discusses the daunting task of pitching your music to music blogs and Spotify curators as an independent artist (with specific examples and practical tips) and shows how you can make the most of The Indie Bible.