In today’s episode, I’ll be talking about how to sell your music online. Before you dive into this episode, there are a few assumptions. The first is – your single or album is mixed, mastered and you’ve got album art. You’ve also registered your publishing, your copyrights, and your music with a PRO. If […]

Last week, I talked about the very vague question “How can I make it in the music industry?” I gave a long case on what that could look like, and it’s not what most people might think. If you haven’t listened to it, make sure to check it out at musicroad.co/20 after this episode. In […]

In today’s episode, I’ll be talking about my most frequently asked question. “How can I make it in the music industry?” I get so many messages asking the same thing. I figured I should talk about it today in a podcast instead of sending a message using two thumbs. I’m going to be pretty frank: […]

As an artist starting out, you might be curious and ask yourself, should you give away your music? And the answer to this question isn’t quite black and white as some might argue.  In this episode, we’ll be touching on the pros and cons on giving your music away. Then, I’ll end with 4 practical […]

Today, I’m going to talk about the question… “Should DIY artists pursue a major record label deal if they’re offered one?” In this episode, we’ll be going over the pros and cons to getting signed by a major record label. And some people might wonder why is this even a question? Pursue it 100%. But […]

Today, I’ll be talking about the forth and final myth from the first episode, which is, the music industry is dead, so why even try. This episode won’t touch too much on marketing and more about why you simply need to stop making excuses and just start. When Napster came out, the music industry freaked […]

Today, I’ll be talking about Myth 3 from the first episode, which is, in order to be successful, musicians need to just focus on their craft, even if they’re a starving musician. But the truth is, there are ways you can make money from your music. This isn’t just a musician problem. It’s an artist problem. […]

Glamour and luxury has shaped the way a lot of musicians perceive the music industry. Even the way few musicians are discovered seem like glorious happenstance that seem sort of in reach.  This turns into two things for aspiring musicians. First, success looks like a millionaire life with tons of fame. Second, to achieve this […]

The Lottery Musician vs. Opportunist Musician How to Stand Out in the Music Industry Some people make music to make it big. Their vision of success is defined by artists they admire who’s life is filled with endless adoration and attention, deep money pockets, exotic vacations, and a luxury lifestyle. The pursuit of a music […]