Artists like Russell Dickerson, Brent Cobb and Brooke Eden are using data from Spotify and Pandora to drive their careers forward.
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Pat explains how the two met, the backlash around the release of Coloring Book, and the one thing that threatened their independence.
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Like the web dashboard, the app lets artists update their profile on the service, including things like their bio, their artist’s pick and their playlists.
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Pitching to the in-house playlisters at Spotify, Apple Music and other music-streaming services is an important cog in labels’ marketing campaigns. But it’s also a discipline with plenty of mystery around it.
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While labels, blogs, networks, and of course Spotify itself are known to have a lot clout when it comes to playlisting culture, we here look at several independent individuals, and the sort of power they wield when it comes to playlists and playlist followers.
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On paper, Post is an unlikely star. But he’s been able to deflect controversies and navigate backlash by being honest and up-front about his intentions.
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Here, MAX Co-Founder and Head of Music George Howard continues on his introduction to publishing and mechanical licenses with an overview of public performance.
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Buddy Roc talks about his climb to finding a unique sound.
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