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Why Everyone In The Music Industry Needs To Network

November 27th, 2018 by

Music Industry NetworkWhether you play in a band or are launching a solo career, getting to know people in the music industry is a key way of getting ahead.

It doesn’t matter if you’ve been on the music scene for years or are just setting out, it’s definitely a case of not what you know, but who you know when looking for a label, bookings or music career advice.

Check out these reasons why networking in the music industry is the first stepping stone towards a successful career. (more…)

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    Study the vocals, chord changes, melodies, and layers, all of it. You will never catch an A&R rep’s attention because you sound completely different. It will be because you sound familiar, only slightly different. For example, the band Five for Fighting’s vocals sounds like a different shade of Dave Matthews’. They sold 500,000 albums. Pete Yorn’s voice sounds like a different shade of Eddie Vedder’s. Coldplay is a different shade of Radiohead. Get over the idea of ‘selling out.’ If you want them to sell, make sure your oranges are orange because as we said, no one buys blue ones.