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The rise in popularity of indie music has grown over the years, of course indie bands have been around long before the early 2000’s but it was in these years that we began to see a true increase in the popularity of these bands, they became dare we say, mainstream. An indie band is categorized as a band who does not sign with a major record label, they typically sign with an independent record label or they choose to produce their own music. (more…)

Music is such an integral part of our lives these days, you see people listening to it as they walk down the street, as they work, as they exercise and so much more. You may see then moving to the rhythm before you even notice the discreet headphones or perhaps they have large head phones and want you to know exactly what they are listening to. Listening to music dates back centuries, even the Bible says that there is a time to dance. And throughout time music has been recorded as being a part of almost every culture and country that has existed. (more…)

To make money from YouTube, you need to have a lot of visitors and subscribers that will constantly return to your channel. The whole process can be hard because there is a lot of competition. Every niche is covered and there are thousands of people uploading videos on a particular niche. Patience is the key. Getting popular means thinking outside the box and demonstrating an incredible level of creativity. Youtube stars know how to engage the audience as well as how to communicate and deliver messages properly. I will mention some of the greatest Youtube stars that are making enormous amounts of money. (more…)

The music business can be very cruel, and most artists do not find it easy to make money. A brief explanation came out recently when the UK industry discovered that artists managed to make more money by selling vinyl in 2016 than getting paid for views on YouTube. BPI data shows that vinyl sales in the UK are growing for the ninth year in a row, with sales of about 3.2 million records and 41.7 million in revenue for publishing houses and artists. By contrast, a music video streaming, dominated by YouTube, made only £ 25.5 million. (more…)