baby (blog), come back

Written by on May 9, 2013

emily burns

Well the blog is back folks!  We suspended the blog to concentrate on features, but there is so much to share that waiting on a full length feature is too slow, so back with blog where we plan to share with you the things we are hearing, seeing, and reading out there on the web and beyond.

For the comeback post, we wanted to share something hot.  This is for all the unsigned bands out there who would like to make at least a little cash for their hard work.  One of the things I love about the Internet is that it levels the playing fields.  If you’re an independent artist of any kind, musician, painter, writer, entrepreneurial radio producer, then there has never been a better time to make money from your art without having to involve too many money grubbing middle men.  I know we all long for the big contract and if you keep at, maybe one day it will come, but until then, why not take your art directly to your fans? Here’s how one musician went about solving the problem:


Austin, Texas-based guitar-slinger Ian Moore had a problem that no company in the 2013 digital music ecosystem could solve: He simply wanted to sell a song each day for 30 days as a package deal, with fans naming their own price for that music. (click to read full article)

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