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Interview with Cos

We chat with NYC multi-instrumentalist and producer Cos, recently featured with his album Grace. Your new album, Grace, plays with a consuming prog-rock and sophisti-pop styling. Early in your career, when starting out and play...
 
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Interview with Patrick Ames (pt. 2)

We chat with Patrick Ames, recently featured with his album Harmonium. The haunting opener on your new album, Harmonium, is entitled “No People Are Supreme.” In an age where the world’s leaders are all too oft...

 
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A Look Back at Some of the Best Games With Rock & Heavy Metal Soundtracks

Music and gaming work extremely well together. In fact, some of the most iconic games ever created feature some truly epic soundtracks. From punk rock bands to some of the heaviest metal, an all-action game certainly calls for ...
 
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Interview with Evelyn Sieber (Reeperbahn Festival New York)

We chat with Evelyn Sieber, the Head of of Reeperbahn Festival International, about this year’s Reeperbahn Festival New York, taking place from June 13-16. The event kicks off the international initiative Keychange, which...

 
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Reasons to Trademark Your Band Name

Be it Moontwin or Forts, bands often have unique names, sparking the curiosity of music lovers and allowing for their individuality to shine through. By trademarking the name of your band, you can effectively ensure that your b...
 
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10 Great Ways To Improve Relations With Your Bandmates

Crafting a piece of music in a group of artists with different tastes and perspectives is complicated enough on its own, so of course, keeping your relationship with your bandmates positive is going to come with its share of ro...

 
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5 Harmful Stereotypes About Musicians

Sharing with the world that you’re an artist of any kind is a sure-fire way to get a stamp on the forehead that denotes that you’re probably unreliable or delusional at best. But fiercely pursuing your passions shou...
 
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Is There A Link Between Creativity and Sociopathy?

It seems as though people are usually closer to one end of the artist appreciation spectrum—you either romanticize art, even when linked to potentially problematic figures, or you consider artists to be a bunch of emotionally u...

 
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Tips To Overcome Stage Fright Right Before A Performance

Even the most seasoned performers can experience that internal sense of terror that makes a visit right before a big show. It can feel like your stomach is uncomfortably nestled in your throat or make your palms so sweaty you w...
 
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7 Time Management Tips For Artists and Musicians

If you’re an artist finding it increasingly difficult to make time for your creative endeavors, the issue might be that you’re having trouble hanging your time correctly. Many artists like to embrace the chaotic nature of waiti...