by Carly Schorman Senior Editor – Getting your music “out there” has certainly changed a lot in the last decade or two. If you wanted to DIY it to rockstardom in 1995, you’d have to get demos made (like, physically made) and then you’d have to go buy stamps. And thenRead More →

100 Rejections 00

by Mark Anderson Senior Editor – So we’re all making art for art’s sake right? Theoretically… yes. Well, what should you do if you decide to take the leap and try to get your music in front of people who would not otherwise hear it? Recently, I was asked byRead More →

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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor Jason Grishkoff is living our dream. He took his passion for music and turned it into a profitable business model. Not only does Jason manage Indie Shuffle, a popular music blog that compiles playlists introducing its readers to new tracks every day, but he alsoRead More →