In January 2019 I was asked to present a talk on how to release your own music to a group of people in Riga, Latvia. It was the first time I’d done anything live, with regard to self-releasing, but I took up the challenge and wanted to fit as much information into the talk as […]
This extensive article should give you a good level of information about what you will need, what processes you should follow, and whether self-releasing or starting a label is the right choice for you.
I’d like to simplify the process of going from having a few tracks made, right through to releasing your music and seeing it on iTunes, Spotify and everywhere else.
10 years ago I wish somebody had told me these 7 things. I’d have been able to approach the whole scene with a better understanding and a completely different headspace!
A stack of ideas for possible bonus content you might like to include in your release, or when releasing other people’s music.
I take a look at three common problems with releasing music
Self releasing? Where do you begin? I’m here to help answer that question and I’ve got a big announcement this week.
I talk to Andrew from WeSpin about loads of stuff from releasing and distribution, to my new course and my own productions and projects.
Rob Daily discusses, rather humorously, 16 major misconceptions you may have had as an unsigned artist.
Releasing your music for free is a lot like putting on a condom. There are so many ways to do it wrong, but when you get it right, it can be incredibly rewarding, and save lots of frustration down the line!
Thinking about self-releasing? Here are 6 good reasons I think you should go it on your own in the big wide world.
Bandcamp, Soundcloud download or any other method. Should you do it or not?
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