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100 Words Or Less: The Podcast – Leander Gloversmith from KMGMT Management

Episode 321 – Hello everyone! I have a treat of an episode today for those who are looking to work in the music industry! My good friend Leander Gloversmith works at KMGMT taking care of bands like Neck Deep and As It Is but also has a long history in PR as well as playing in bands himself. He has a very interesting career and one that I think many of you can learn from. Not to mention, he’s an incredibly great human to boot. Listen and learn! https://www.buzzsprout.com/2444/788934-leander-gloversmith-from-kmgmt-management.mp3

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Manage Mental – Episode 81 – How to Get Featured on Music Blogs

Hypebot article “How To Get a Blog Premiere For Your Next Release” by Jeanette Kats of Symphonic Distribution’s Symphonic Blog. Press coverage is pretty important in the digital age, and it’s all about connections. But where do you start? Sure, you can send out cold e-mails to writers and editors who may never open them, but there are a few tips and tricks to help you get noticed in a sea of demos. https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.megaphone.fm/JJW4606236767.mp3

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Manage Mental – Episode 79 – How to Promote Your Band

Promoting a band is tricky business these days. Tools and tricks that worked wonders even five years ago don’t work nearly as well today. In case you haven’t noticed, the music industry has undergone a complete transformation in the span of just a couple of years. This means that to get the most out of promoting your band, you’ll have to approach things a little differently. Here are eight ideas to help you get started: For the full article, click the link above: 1. Add a physical element to your…

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The Future Of What – Using Music in Podcasts… the Right Way!

Episode #129: Despite being over a decade old, podcasting is still a new frontier for music licensing. As podcasts gain millions of listeners and big budgets, it’s more important than ever for artists to understand their rights when approached about music use. Entertainment and podcast lawyer Lindsay Bowen gives us a rundown of how podcasts *should* go about using music and how artists can protect themselves. Jacob Webb, licensing and podcast coordinator at KEXP explains how they handle music use and navigate the intersection between streaming songs and radio play.…

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Michael Brandvold Marketing – Ep. 330 The Fan Pyramid, The Five Levels of Being a Fan

Think of your fans as a pyramid with your most devoted and loyal fans at the top. The number one things your fans want is recognition. They want to know you recognize their efforts, that they support you. When engaged they will do amazing things to support artists. They will buy and stream your music, attend your shows, buy your merch. They will also grow your base by evangelizing everyone they come in contact with via socials, word of mouth or wearing your shirt.

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Manage Mental – Bonus Episode: A New Level Preview

Hey there. This is Blasko. You may know me from my other podcast ManageMental where my co-host Mike Mowery and I discuss the hottest topics and strategies in the music business. Or you may know me as the bass player for Ozzy Osbourne… Or you may know me as the crazy cat guy on Instagram. Either way, you are here and I am happy to have your attention. What you may not know is that I started my career in the music biz when I was still a teenager in…

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Michael Brandvold Marketing – Ep. 329 Genius is the Lyric Community You Need to Be Part Of!

This week we are joined by Ben Gross, Genius’s Chief Strategy Officer from Genius.com. The Genius community has grown into an influential force of over 2 million contributors, editors, and musicians who sign up to discuss and deconstruct their favorite songs with fans all around the world. As a result of their collective music IQ, we have the best lyrics and knowledge database on the internet—that’s over 25 million songs, albums, artists, and annotations.

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The Ex Man With Doc Coyle – Ep. 60 – Steve Joh (A&R for Prosthetic Records, ex-Century Media)

Doc speaks with Prosthetic Records A&R guy, Steve Joh, about getting started in the music industry working at Caroline Distribution, getting hired by Century Media to run Noise Records, eventually taking over the A&R job at Century Media, explains what an A&R person actually does, the enthusiasm of the early years at CM, leaving the label and touring with God Forbid, his thoughts on the changing music industry, leaving CM to join Prosthetic Records, and gives some thoughts on God Forbid’s career shortfalls. This episode features the song “The Huntress”…

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Manage Mental – Episode 74 – How To Reverse Engineer Music Career Success

This week Blasko and Mike talk reverse engineering! During the podcast, Mike talks about ‘And The Writer Is’ with John Feldmann, to check out that episode visit: https://apple.co/2yywpsf For more insight, revisit ManageMental Episode 60, “Just Get Started.” https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.megaphone.fm/JJW4202883162.mp3

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The Future Of What – Unpacking Music’s “Black Box”

Episode #125: Called “music’s monetization mystery” by Forbes, on today’s episode we shed light on the “black box” — a complicated phenomenon in the music industry where small and large sums of money don’t make it to an artist. What happens to these unattributed royalties and how can musicians safeguard their income? We ask CD Baby CEO Tracy Maddux and CrossBorderWorks’ Vickie Nauman for insight. Produced by Will Watts and Anna McClain. Engineered by Brent Asbury at Beta Petrol.

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Michael Brandvold Marketing – Ep. 327 Self Service Playlist Promotion with Crosshair Music

Garrison Snell CEO of Crosshair Music and Gyrosity Projects joins us this week to discuss their self-service platform, Crosshair Music, for submitting your music to playlists and influencers. The mission of Crosshair Music is to affordably connect musicians directly to the playlist curators and social influencers who can help grow their audiences.

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Michael Brandvold Marketing – Ep. 326 Jay Jay French Gives Us a Dose of Reality About the Music Business

French is most famous for his role as the founding member and one of the guitarists of the heavy metal band Twisted Sister. Since his first performances with Twisted Sister, French has played more than 9000 concert performances. Being an avid runner, French has also completed two New York Marathons, in 1981 and 1986. As a guitar player, manager, producer and executive producer, French has sold over 20 million albums, performed in 34 countries and performed live over 9,000 times.

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