Emerging musician

Relationships

Building A Team In The Music Business

This is premium members content - become a member and join the Music Industry Inside Out community. A subscription to Music Industry Inside Out will enable you to:

  • Access 90+ mentors speaking on 25+ video courses (with the content growing every week)
  • Learn proven ways to get your game on, cut through the noise, and build a sustainable career.
  • Hear ideas for improving your work, avoid common mistakes and finding a better understanding the music industry.
  • Learn how and why music is a business, just like plumbing or running a creative design studio - if you are serious about a career in music/the arts, you need to wrap your head around professional development and “upskilling”.
  • Ask questions and discuss issues in a private members-and-mentors-only facebook group

... and much, much more. All of this is delivered to you through an entertaining blend of video Q&A modules, and easy–to–understand writing.

Become a member!

Perfectionism: Just ‘Fear In Fancy Shoes’

It’s time for another guest post by our fave accredited coach, Viv Fantin! If you like this one, check out her previous article, ‘Time to Give A Shit About Self Care! Looking After #1 in the Creative Industries‘. “We must understand the need for perfectionism is a corrosive waste of time, because nothing is ever beyond criticism. No …

Perfectionism: Just ‘Fear In Fancy Shoes’ Read More

Music Reviewer

Tips on How to Be a Good Music Reviewer

Every artist who gains some traction in a professional field will come under scrutiny. It’s the self-improving nature of a game that’s fun to watch and listen to for all involved, and one that generates artistry through experience. But to be the person scrutinising, seeking a conclusion to the set that had the occasional mishit but commanded …

Tips on How to Be a Good Music Reviewer Read More

Attracting an Audience: Handy Tips for Managing your Social Media

Social Media isn’t just a place to plaster your t-shirts and gig photos. It is a vital tool, and source of interaction between your brand and the public. You can earn countless fans or lose them through different interactions over different platforms, so it’s important to know how to use each platform to your best advantage. We’ll …

Attracting an Audience: Handy Tips for Managing your Social Media Read More

A Week In The Life Of… A Freelance Music Producer & Session Musician, Benjamin McCarthy

Benjamin McCarthy is a music producer (and a musician himself), whose clients have artists like Gordi and Thelma Plum. Below, Ben takes us on a journey through his week, in which he works on recordings for Kate Miller-Heidke‘s side project, reinvents his keyboard technique, and finds a session vocalist who sounds like an 80s dream. Job Description I’m …

A Week In The Life Of… A Freelance Music Producer & Session Musician, Benjamin McCarthy Read More

A Week In The Life Of… A Publicist And Social Media Marketing Agent, Erin Lyall

Erin Lyall manages the social media networks, online communications and publicity for an impressive collection of venues across Melbourne, and Australia’s East Coast. She also writes her own blog, full of interesting tidbits and handy info on the worlds of social media and online publicity. Below, Erin lets us experience a week in her busy role. We follow her through venue meetings, self motivated …

A Week In The Life Of… A Publicist And Social Media Marketing Agent, Erin Lyall Read More

A Week In The Life Of… A Music Business Survivor, Noah Shilkin

Noah Shilkin is Vice President of WAM, Western Australia’s state music body, as well as a musician, music producer and all-around music biz whiz. Having lived and worked for many years in North America, Noah’s beautiful property on the Margaret River now doubles as a haven for his music company, Sonic Lolly, and affords him something of a …

A Week In The Life Of… A Music Business Survivor, Noah Shilkin Read More

Scroll to Top