The Music Business Association (Music Biz) will give New York-based startups and entrepreneurs all the info they need to break into the music industry at its latest Music Startup Academy event, which will be held on Tuesday, November 3, from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at General Assembly West (10 E. 21st St., 3rd floor) in New York City.
Quick reminder that next Thursday we’ll be gathering at The Gibson New York Showroom for our October meetup.
The theme for the evening is “Marching To Your Own Beat.” Whether it’s an EDM beat created in Looplabs, or a drum beat created using Sunhou.se Sensory Percussion, Marching To Your Own Beatis about being creative and pushing boundaries. It’s about initiative, and NewMusicUSA is going to share with us how they’re empowering the whole music community to take that next step. It’s about telling new stories, in new ways, and Triller is doing just that. And Marching To Your Own Beat is about discovery and realizing that we’re not alone, and Jukebox.io is rethinking the way music brings us together when we’re together. So let’s get together!
We hope you’ll join us. There will music by the duo Sunshine and The Rain. AND a special drum session by Ian Chang of Son Lux as part of the Sunhou.se demo.
+ Dub Pies and Bronx Brewery Beer. Big thanks to Gibson for hosting us!
tuneteams, founded by Ian Henderson, is an awesome new company that demoed last year at our meetup. You can watch the archive here It is an online, B2B marketplace for exclusive recording licenses, publishing and sub-publishing deals. Basically they help labels and publishers build international businesses and find new music to license. And it’s a great service for artists looking to expand their reach. You can submit music for free and if you find a deal, Tuneteams will take a 7% commission on a deal’s advance.
Check it out at tuneteams.com and create an auction for your song or album that you think has international sales potential. Also create a free profile and network with labels, publishers, managers and other industry professionals from all over the world.
This month Bandsintown opened its self-service platform to all event promoters and reduced the required minimum spend to $150 – or 3,000 emails – in order to serve those with small or medium-sized budgets.
Bandsintown’s email campaigns are highly targeted and optimized to reach the right fan, in the right location, at the right time — leading to some of the highest email open rates and clickthrough rates in the music marketing business. The platform gives promoters a cost-effective way to leverage Bandsintown’s brand and reach. With new self-serve advertising tools, you are in control of your messaging and can design any campaign that fits your budget.
Simply follow these 3 easy steps to create your first campaign:
Especially in light of its recently surge in trial memberships, Apple Music’s status as would-be Spotify killer seems more justified than ever. Competing against the likes of Apple poses problems for even some of the world’s largest and well-funded companies.