As we’re now fully in the festival application season, one of the most common questions we get asked is how you should apply for festivals, so we have written an email template for when you’re emailing festivals, to help make sure you’re including everything you need!
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Social media is tough. The amount of platforms there are out there that you could promote yourself on and you’re expected to keep active is a bit of a headache, so a lot of artists tend to prioritise. A lot of artists I have worked with often prioritise Instagram and when I ask about Facebook, they sink in their seats and say “We don’t really use our Facebook page”.
As we all know, gigging is one of the most important and exciting aspects of being a musician, and most of the questions we are asked by artists are linked to booking gigs and performing, so we thought it was only right that we wrote the ultimate guide full of everything you need to know about playing gigs!
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As a Music and Entertainment Lawyer, this week’s guest Alex Cole has huge experience in reading over contracts for musicians, including emerging artists. Whether it’s an artist management contract, a contract for a gig or sync placement agreement, these are really important to have, and it’s even more important that these are read over properly before signed.