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  • How to Nail your Onstage Presence
    How to Nail your Onstage Presence

    So you’ve got the voice, the musical skills to make it as an artist but have you got the right stage presence to hold a crowd? You can have the best voice in the industry but it’s nothing without the ability to be a great performer. It’s not unheard of for an artist to purely record and release music without actually performing live but for most performing is part of the job if you want to be the best artist you can be.

    Thankfully this is something that many musicians learn as they progress, most do not have the ability to capture a crowd instantly so don’t feel disheartened if it doesn’t come naturally. Having a great stage presence is the key to making your shows memorable and in turn making you memorable to potential collaborators or producers.

    To have a good stage presence you need confidence, and again it’s something that doesn’t come naturally to everyone, for good reason many musicians are nervous before performing but if you want to succeed as an artist it’s

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  • How to Handle a Harsh Crowd
    How to Handle a Harsh Crowd

    Performing in front of a crowd can be nerve wrecking, especially if you’re new to the industry. You never really know how the crowd is going to react and unfortunately many artists have experienced an audience who is disinterested and ultimately not listening to you. But not to worry there are a few things you can do to turn it around and have a great performance.

    Ultimately you’re playing because you love music and you can do just that no matter what kind of audience you have. There are many reasons why a crowd reacts badly from not being interested in your music to just saving their energy for later, try not to judge to harshly it could have nothing to do with you as an individual. With that being said just have fun, perform like you would to any crowd and enjoy the experience, you may find the audience enjoyed it in silence and you judged things too quickly.

    I know it’s easier said than done, most musicians struggle to perform to a crowd who don’t seem interested

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  • What Should I Post on Social Media? A Guide for Musicians
    What Should I Post on Social Media? A Guide for Musicians

    Struggling to figure out what to post on your social media? We know how important it is to be relevant online as a musician. Social media can be a huge stepping stone for artists trying to further their music career so it’s worth spending some time working on your online presence.

    To get an idea of what you should be posting you need to think about who you are as an artist and what you want to share. It’s perfectly acceptable to not want to show every aspect of your personal life but it’s important to find a balance, you want to build relationships and a good fan base and you can’t do that if you solely post adverts or promotional pieces.

    Now for the content you should be posting, try and stay away from things that aren’t linked to music. Your fans or other artists will likely be following you because of your talent so keep it relevant, include pictures and short clips from your sessions or a tour you’re currently on; fans want a glimpse of the life as a musician and

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  • How to Deal with Bad Comments and Reviews on your Music
    How to Deal with Bad Comments and Reviews on your Music

    As an aspiring musician or DJ bad reviews and comments can be a huge hit especially if you’re new to the industry and haven’t been exposed to negative feedback before. But if it makes you feel any better everyone receives bad reviews even the professionals, it simply about dealing with them rather than trying to make everyone happy.

    For up and coming artists these comments and reviews can be especially harsh as you continue to try and find your way within the industry, those looking in on you will take any opportunity to critique your work. Amongst the negative feedback there will also be constructive criticism which can be helpful but ultimately you will do whatever you feel is right for your career. So how to handle the bad reviews, here are a few tips that will hopefully help.

    Although a lot of comments may be seen as negative and harsh take a moment to think about how you can turn it into a positive, maybe they’ve tried to give some helpful tips but simply went a

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