How to Sell Your Music Online: Class 101

With CD’s going out the window or used as coasters, bands now distribute their music online. It’s easy to see why bands are making the jump when 2014 had more than $1,209 Million digital music purchases. As an alternative to outright purchasing, companies like Spotify and Pandora have helped to accumulate 164 billion on-demand music streams in …

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Babaganouj’s Savvy Seven

In 2014 Babaganouj garnered serious radio attention with their releases “Too Late For Love” and “Bluff” – leading them to tour nationally twice, play each leg of The Blurst of Times tour as well as support a slew of notable acts such as The Preatures, Smudge, Veruca Salt, The Lemonheads, Northeast Party House and The Creases. Now …

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Making an EPK: Class 101

An EPK is your online media/marketing portfolio. Most booking agents, venues, labels, media outlets, etc are crazy busy and get 500+ emails a day. The notion of “attaching” files, especially large size image or sound files has become redundant – now the preferences are for embedded links to an online collection of “assets”. This one link should include access to everything that anyone might need when examining your work: music & web/social media links, bio and/or media release (presser), a range of photos, reviews, any online retail and show information.

The Beards’ Savvy Seven

2014 was a busy year for The Beards. They embarked on their biggest Australian tour to date, received a second ARIA nomination, played to packed rooms throughout Europe on two separate international tours – and recorded yet another album of songs about beards! Now back in their homeland, the Adelaide-based four piece are set to sternly reiterate …

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Scalphunter’s Savvy Seven

Whatever you think you know about punk rock, chuck it out the window and grin as you watch it smash to smithereens; Scalphunter are here to obliterate expectations. With a blistering live show and a unique ability to steal the hearts of fans of all musical persuasions, the guys were selected for the WAM Festival Opening Party …

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Avaberee’s Savvy Seven

Avaberée’s fresh performance, layering lush impeccable harmonies over beats and minimal synths, are the defining tools used to mesmerise and take their audience into the higher orders of listening pleasure. The three skilful songstresses; Genevieve, Aimee and Irena hail from Brisbane and celebrate the next generation of upcoming Australian female talent. Their catchy and clever tunes have …

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Timothy Nelson & The Infidels’ Savvy Seven

Widely known as Perth’s folk n roll darlings, Timothy Nelson & The Infidels recently won an impressive 5 categories out of their 7 nominations at the WA Music Awards (WAMi). A six-piece band who rove the stage skipping across different instruments, there’s no wonder their live show is a must see. Refusing to be pigeon holed in to specific genres, …

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The Phoncurves’ Savvy Seven

Brisbane two-piece The Phoncurves are getting quite the name for themselves. After supporting some of the country’s biggest acts in Josh Pyke, Thelma Plum, Patrick James, ASTA, Paper Kites and more, the band released their second EP “Heartstrings” through Create//Control in May 2014. Taking influences from indie pop, electro and soul, Naomi and Abbie as The Phoncurves …

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Bec Sandridge’s Savvy Seven

Originally from the small seaside town of Stanwell Park NSW, twenty-two year old Bec Sandridge has shared the stage with acts as varied as Husky, Passenger, Diesel, Andy Bull, Owl Eyes, Stu Larsen and Adalita (Magic Dirt) throughout the UK, US and Australia. Working with producers Mark Myers (The Middle East) and Tony Dupe (Holly Throsby), her new EP WILD HEART paints six …

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