There have been a few questions popping up on reddit about how to start promoting your music as a producer or performer. I responded a couple of times and each time the reaction was very positive – and thus I am republishing my reddit comments here.
Granted I barely have time to promote my own stuff at the moment – but if I got serious this is what I would do. This is by no means an exhaustive list but this is how I would get started:
Continue reading “Music Promotion and Marketing 101”
Once in a while, an artist’s name will just pop into my head out of nowhere. Typically, this is followed with immediate thoughts of nostalgia, leading to frantically searching Spotify for that one song I played on repeat on my DiscMan what seems like ages ago.
This time is different, but not too different. Continue reading “Vangelis – Rosetta”
We don’t typically review non-electronic music, but this particular track has enough production value to cover it.
I will start off by saying I absolutely love almost everything about this song. It’s very well produced, very well thought through. Continue reading “Lana Del Rey – Love”
Unless you’ve been under a “rock” these last few weeks, you already know about the Splice remix competition for deadmau5′ and Grabbitz’ Let Go. Splice began accepting submissions on February 1st, 2017, with a deadline of March 1, 2017. Continue reading “deadmau5 and Grabbitz “Let Go” Remix Competition – Chopped Stems”
Today I get the pleasure of covering our very own Amparo! Amparo is a producer, artist, photographer, philosopher, traveler and culture junkie – she also happens to be one of our best reviewers!
Amparo just released an EP titled Cloud Wrangler on Texas label SVNSET W?VES, and it’s a good one. Continue reading “Amparo – Cloud Wrangler”
If you asked me to name the best dance song of all time, off the top of my head, it would be none other than Lambada, Kaoma’s interpretation.
Even though the song never quite took off in the US as it did in Europe, I feel many see this breezy summer tune as the quintessential dance song.
There were 15 other variations of the Lambada tune before Kaoma finally nailed it and created an international fever.
It’s no surprise that the track hit number one on many music charts, but… why? Do yourself a favor and press play on the video below, and then read on as you listen. Continue reading “Deconstructing The Perfect Dance Song: Kaoma’s Lambada”