With more and more music flooding the internet, artists, labels, and entrepreneurs are looking for new ways to engage fans. Many look to a subscription model as a way to provide listeners with a unique, niche experience. On this episode we hear from Patreon’s Jack Conte, Vinyl Me, Please founder Matthew Fiedler, Kevin Duquette (Topshelf Records) and Karl Hofstetter (Joyful Noise Recordings).
Jack Conte (Patreon)
Matthew Fiedler (Vinyl Me, Please)
Kevin Duquette (Topshelf Records)
Karl Hofstetter (Joyful Noise Recordings)
Colin Meloy “Here I Dreamt I Was An Architect”
Harvey Danger “Little Round Mirrors”
Elliott Smith “Angel In The Snow”
Delta 5 “Mind Your Own Business”
In this episode, Portia moderates a SF Music Tech panel entitled "The Future of Indies," that was chock full of laughs and indie stalwarts of the past, present and future. Her panelists included: Molly Neuman (A2IM, Lookout! Records, Bratmobile), Bruce …
In our latest installment of the Get Paid series (in collaboration with Vortex Music Magazine), artists and business people share their real-life experiences and advice for booking, promoting and touring.
Australian artist Jen Cloher joins us in studio to talk about the Sydney music scene and her particular D.I.Y. approach to the music business, which she frequently shares through a program called "I Manage My Music." She also talks about …