Have you ever thought about sending your music to a record label?
You probably think that it's really important to be heard by one of the A&R guys out there because we've all heard stories about producers or label scouts (A&R) walking nearby your garage or showing up in an empty gig.
I call these stories in one word - myths!
They can be true and some of them are but it's not important.
The truth is - if you've been around with your musi...
Ah, not again!
You sound like this, your voice sounds like that, your guitar tone is right from the Foo Fighters latest album and so on.
You're probably tired of that kind of comments because at the end of the day you're asking yourself: "Am I another copy cat?"
Actually, the answer is not that important, because there are different stages of your career.
When you're just starting to play, you learn the first chord, the first melody l...
I bet you don't want to hear this.
Imagine you get your band together, you all jam in the weekends and record your first 3 to 5 demo tracks in your friends' basement studio. You collect label contacts from Google and start building your future...
Forget about this!
It's not 1985 anymore...
Every major radio station, every major booking agency and especially every well-known record company get hundreds or eve
Your've already heard this, right?
Almost 70% of new artists are dreaming about signing a record deal. They think that this magic contract will somehow appear and solve all their problems, give them their dream life, fame and money.
This is typical old music industry model.
The new model is more in the lines of making your songs using only your laptop and publishing them on Youtube or Spotify for free...
The truth lies s