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Time flies. It’s been a year since I started to release songs through Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, YouTube, Amazon, and iHeart Radio among many other outlets and stores. I released 21…
I’ve been so caught up with introducing other artists that I forgot to introduce myself.
The new Moda Spira album, ‘Divorce’, stands as her most prized body of work to date. In this interview, we learn more about her creative prowess as a songwriter and producer.
Taking a look back, it’s clear how much the blog has grown. October is coming to a close, and more content is coming in November.
Eminem’s ‘Kamikaze’ is now eligible for Platinum in the US. — chart data (@chartdata) October 22, 2018 You heard that right. Eminem’s recent atom bomb, Kamikaze, sent shockwaves through the charts. He aimed shots at a […]
In this post, I lay out some general tips on how to begin searching for records to sample for making hip-hop beats.
It’s been a hell of a week. I have a hot new review up on Two Story Melody. Check it out! Worlds Takes Us Back in Time with “Watchin” I’m surprised at how […]
Quick post for a Saturday. I recently embedded a new ‘site calendar‘ on a dedicated page, listed in the main menu. It’s bare at the moment because I haven’t had time to add anything, but […]
It’s been a tough week, and today feels like the 6th day of the work week. I guess I can’t really complain as a writer. Sometimes I feel more like a part-time vigilante than a […]
Producers are using a new way to sell beats. Learn how it works and why it’s getting big.
With my the recent kick-start of my series, “Women of the Waveform”, I thought this post by Hypebot.com would be an interesting supplement, especially when we consider women’s position the current sociopolitical climate. According to […]
Thom Yorke released “Volk”, a new track from the upcoming remake of the 1977 horror film, Suspiria. The film and the album are both set to drop on October 26th. For horror film devotees, it marks the […]
Another review for the books! I’ve been crazy busy for the past few weeks, getting things ready for the launch of my new series, “Women of the Waveform”. Still, I’m paying my dues and pulling […]
Jill Courtney is a producer, educator, and writer working for her company, JCreative Multimedia. In this interview, she discusses her professional life and gives great advice to students of the recording industry.
Whether you’re a writer, artist, craftsman, chef, designer, choreographer, musician, or athlete, respect your craft and do it well, but don’t be afraid to put things down and enjoy your life.
I got inspired to design a short series to highlight accomplishments of women in the recording industry.
I reached the Top Writer milestone on Medium.com!
The vinyl resurgence is no joke. Artists are releasing albums on vinyl, fans are crafting collections, and record stores are seeing a fair spike in business. With all of this growth, it’s nice to look back at why vinyl records are such a successful, timeless medium.