The Co-Founder and President of Since the 80s—home to artists JID, EARTHGANG and more—breaks down his top tips for a lasting career.
Even if their music is easily accessible, artists still need a way to stand out from the pack.
Everything you need to know about the two copyrights attached to a song.
Digital Manager Olivia Shalhoup shares her top five tips for standing on social media, and more.
“The short answer is cash.”
“You gotta keep working, keep evolving, and find your voice! Test and learn, and don’t give up.”
Indie rapper Michael Christmas shares his secrets to making it on his own for Audiomack.
For Audiomack World, Yuni Wa shares his six-step guide to creating more, finding inspiration, and beating creative blocks.
Heralded musician Terrace Martin delivers his guide to collaboration for Audiomack.
Musicians can‘t merely collide with content creators at random in the hopes that their respective audiences will respond.
We speak with the founders of The Digilogue about what you need to know before looking for a music industry career.
Sampling is complicated. Let’s make it easier to understand.
Toronto native Jazz Cartier breaks down his top tips for being an independent artist and connecting with fans.
Chester Watson shares his 10-step guide to creating a good concept album with Audiomack.
Jake Markow, artist manager of $NOT, breaks down the essentials of artist management and development.
UK producer and Griselda regular Beat Butcha shares his nine keys for production success.
If you’ve ever wondered how an artist can be in debt while the record company is still making money, the answer lies in recoupment and cross-collateralization.