Newcomer or upcoming artist? You've been writing songs? Been busking on the streets? Spent hours in a band practice room? It's time to push your music career to the next level. Join Hannah and meet producers, label managers, independent artists, booking agents, radio hosts and festival organizers to discuss the secrets of the music scene: Are record deals really cool and how do I become famous?
Releasing and Promoting your Music
Rise Against just released their new album "Nowhere Generation". Hannah got the chance to talk to Tim McLirath, vocalist / rhythm guitar, about writing, releasing and promoting an album these days.
Taking Your own Artist and Press Shots
You're a DIY artist and want to take great photos with a basic setup for your press shots? In this episode, Tommy Reynolds shares his experience of being a photographer on tour, how he takes portraits and how you can create an outstanding artwork yourself.
Carving Your own Path in Music
You dream of becoming a successful musician, but you struggle to pursue your deams? Leslie Gaston-Bird and Hannah discuss possibilities to manifest your musical career.
Music Licensing for DJs
Without doubt, the most asked at the moment question is: How to avoid muting, blocking and take downs in your DJ streams. In this episode Dr. Hayleigh Bosher and Hannah discuss music copyright and what licenses a DJ needs to remix a track and what to consider for legally using samples.
Reasons to Record Analog
Being a plantium recording engineer, Lenise Bent has been working on many successful records such as Blondie's AutoAmerican. She was also creating the foreign music and effect tracks for the entire Disney cartoon catalog. Apart from all this, one love remains: The love for analog. In this episode, Lenise gives some tips on analog recording and building a sustainable career.
Making Your Own Cover Art
What does an amazing artwork for your music look like? And when is it really finished? Every musician who releases music trys to come up with a unique design for the cover of the single or album. And how does it impact the success of your music?