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  • How to Become a Music Journalist
    How to Become a Music Journalist

    For today we are bringing you another installment in our music careers series, Music Journalism may be one of the lesser thought about paths to take within the industry but it’s a very exciting one. For those who have a passion for music and the industry in general but do not particularly have a talent for making music then a music journalist is a great choice if you enjoy writing about music instead.

    There are a few different types of music journalists depending on what sort of thing you like to write about. Some primarily review music and performances on blogs or magazines, some stick to the business side of the industry and others work closely with musicians to write articles about the artists, of course you can do one or a mixture of all of these but it’s important to establish the kind of music journalist you are or want to be.

    Now if you want to become a journalist it’s good to have the skills to be able to work will all types of mediums, but you can always loo

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  • How to Self Release your Music
    How to Self Release your Music

    After giving you a few tips for sending out your music to record labels we also wanted to help you out if you are thinking about releasing your own music. If you’ve been sending out your music and getting no responses then this may seem like a good idea, there are many albums that have seen success through self releasing but keep in mind doing it on your own will be a huge project and will cost a fair amount.

    Something we will look into closing in another blog is costing of making/recording your own music, without a label helping you out this cost will fall on you and it can quickly become very expensive. When it comes to distribution there is a few things you can do, a popular choice and an inexpensive one is to release it online. We’ve spoken a lot about releasing your music online on the blog so make sure you go over and read some of our online guides. If you want your music in shops then you will need a distribution deal of some sort, this can be difficult for someone tr

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  • How To Send Your Music To A Record Label
    How To Send Your Music To A Record Label

    Getting your music to labels is a difficult task, record labels get thousands of demos so how can you get yours noticed. Ultimately you need a good track, so working hard and putting everything into your music should pay off but there are still a few things you can do to increase your chances.

    A good place to start is by doing your research, if you’re sending your demo out to every label then chances are they aren’t the right label for you. Make sure you know which labels would be interested in your music, look at artists similar to yourself it’s worth sending your demo to the same labels they are signed to.  Make sure before you send off your demos you understand certain policies. It’s easy to research your chosen labels to see their policies and if your demo qualifies.

    When you send in your demo keep in mind that the label has probably received thousands and do not have time to listen to 10 minute long demos no matter how good they

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  • What To Put On Your Music CV
    What To Put On Your Music CV

    Writing CV’s can be a nightmare no matter what job or industry you’re applying for, there are so many general tips and advice as well as templates online for your average CV but when you’re applying for a job within the music industry it may look a bit different. The difficulty with this industry is that there no clear path to take unlike some other careers but there are a few things you can do to appeal more to potential employers.

    As with most jobs there are something’s that all employers will be looking for so that’s a good place to start, Reliability is a massive thing within all jobs and even more within the music industry. People go into music with the wrong idea, many seem to think it’s all about playing and listening to music as well as regular trips to parties so they often see a people come and go. Make it clear that you are applying for the right reasons; you want to learn and grow with the company. You’re happy to do the odd jobs and you will wor

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