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How Bandsintown Helps Artists Get Seen With Fabrice Sergent
With their suite of artist-friendly tools, Bandsintown is helping artists get seen — both online and at shows — and our guest Fabrice Sergent, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Bandsintown, believes the platform can help artists build a sustainable future.
Navigating the Music Business With The Outlaw Ocean Project's Ian Urbina
On this episode, we talk to Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Ian Urbina about the course he's charting for The Outlaw Ocean Music Project as he navigates the choppy waters of the music business.
The Power of Music Metadata With Byta Founder Marc Brown
On this episode, we talk to Byta Founder Marc Brown about how he came to found Byta, why music metadata matters, and what it all means for the future of Hi-Fi audio and NFTs.
A Fireside Chat With Chartmetric Founder Sung Cho
Our guest on this episode is the Founder and CEO of Chartmetric himself, Sung Cho. During this fireside chat, recorded live at our company retreat in upstate New York, Sung talks candidly about where we've been, where we are now, and what our future holds.
Disrupting Live Music With DICE President Russ Tannen
On this episode, we chat with DICE President Russ Tannen about how the DICE platform is helping independent music venues, artists, and fans as live music comes back to many major cities.
Music Trends in Arab Countries With Firas Abou Fakher
To coincide with the XP music conference in Riyadh, guest host Chaz Jenkins discusses music trends in Arab countries with Lebanese musician, director, and writer Firas Abou Fakher.
Love the vibes among the hosts and guests. This is really helpful for people in music industry or other entertainment industry.
Really useful. But more importantly, fun!
Amazing insights everyday.