This week Blasko and Mike talk about promoting your band. This is gonna be killer, so let's get mental!
This week Blasko and Mike take some questions from one of our loyal listeners, Andrew, about what Labels and Managers are looking for. This is gonna be killer, so let’s get mental!
This week Blasko and Mike talk about part timing your music career, thanks to a question from a new listener. This is gonna be killer, so let’s get mental!
This week Blasko and Mike talk about cover songs. This is gonna be killer, so let’s get mental!
This week Blasko and Mike talk about their own management companies, inspired by some questions from one of our loyal listeners. This is gonna be killer, so let’s get mental!
This week Blasko and Mike talk reverse engineering! During the podcast, Mike talks about ‘And The Writer Is’ with John Feldmann, to check out that episode visit: https://apple.co/2yywpsf For more insight, revisit ManageMental Episode 60, “Just Get Started.”
In the last episode of ManageMental, Blasko and Mike chatted about ways to succeed in the music biz. That was a really great episode so check it out of ya haven’t already! This week they continue the conversation with ways to succeed in the music industry.
This week Blasko and Mike discuss an article on The Huffington Post called The Music Industry Formula for Success Does Exist.
The Music Industry Formula for Success Does Exist
IMAGE / BRAND
FINANCES / RESOURCE
MENTORS / ADVISORS
KNOWING YOUR STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES
RECORD SALES & RADIO PLAY
This week on ManageMental, Mike and Blasko talk revisit the do’s and don’ts of writing emails to industry pros. Check out Episode 41 for Part 1, This is gonna be killer, so let’s get mental!
This week on The ManageMental Podcast, Blasko and Mike talk about building your musical community, with a discussion of the Hypebot article "How To Make The Power Of Community The Key To Music Industry Success" by Angela Mastrogiacomo of Muddy Paw PR and The TuneCore Blog.
In this week’s episode of ManageMental, Blasko and Mike chat about streaming and the future of music. This is gonna be killer...so let’s get mental!
Earlier this year, US-based supermarket chain Best Buy announced it will no longer carry music on physical CDs due to its dwindling sales. According to sources speaking to Billboard Magazine, the chain was making a mere $40 million a year from record sales, a sum that’s apparently too small to carry on. Best Buy plans to completely eliminate CDs from its stores by July 1st, the sources say, but it will continue to sell vinyl for at least two more years.
Technology is evolving at a fast pace - and the recording industry does the same, mostly to cater to its consumers’ needs. Gone are the days when you had to buy a CD and rip/encode the music from it so you can listen to it on your iPod or mobile phone. Today, you tune into your music streaming service of choice and listen to whatever you want for one flat monthly fee. And, let’s face it, this is the easiest way to listen to music today.
This switch to streaming affects more than just retailers, of course. Actually, it has made its presence felt in all areas except maybe for the awards business. After all, the way the music reaches the listener doesn’t affect its artistic value, and the most prestigious awards are focusing on that. The phrase “without regard to album sales, chart position, or critical reception” is part of the description of all Grammys; this is probably one of the few things people don’t know about the Grammy awards. Artistic excellence remains the same no matter if the creation in question is distributed on CD, vinyl, memory card or through the airwaves.
Music streaming has reached a “tipping point” in 2016 when, for the first time, its revenues have overtaken physical record sales as the main source of income for the music industry. And it has the potential to reach people otherwise intangible for the business, too. In the year 2000, almost 950 million music CDs were sold in the United States. By 2017, this number has decreased to under 90 million. Streaming did kill the CD just like the CD killed vinyl, just like vinyl killed the phonograph cylinder. It’s the survival of the fittest.
This week Blasko and Mike talk about how to properly launch your next music project...This is gonna be killer, so let’s get mental!
Original Article: http://www.hypebot.com/hypebot/2018/05/ready-to-launch-your-next-music-project-do-these-4-things-first.html
*Guest post on Hypebot by Dave Kusek
1. What is the big-picture purpose of your project?
2. What are your goals?
3. Make an action plan
4. When is the project actually finished?
This week on ManageMental, Blasko and Mike take some questions from our loyal listeners. This is gonna be killer, so let’s get mental!