The period between the introduction of the CD and the introduction of online music websites was rosy indeed.
Now the music industry has changed more in the past five years than it has in the past 20 years. Few industry professionals expected the changes that have occurred in the past few years. Album sales are down while marketing costs are high. The bottom line is that indie artists are moving to self-publishing.
Most music artists havent been able to find the necessary tools and resources to help them market their music. While an aspiring artist may have been fortunate to meet some Record labels representatives at a recent gig – has that turned into a successful career?
Many musicians are not familiar enough with the business of music to be able to negotiate a deal that is beneficial for all parties. Some are unsure, what it is they should be looking for whether it is marketing support, studio time and most importantly the guidance and music industry experience.
An important resource enables its members to connect with people who are looking to manage, promote, book, market and be part of the next wave of the music scene. From opportunities to having your music heard at festivals to finding the right management representative whose goals are concurrent with yours.
There has never been a better time for aspiring musicians as the industry is hungry for new music talent. With the right tools and resources, you can build your connections to the players in the industry and with your fans.
With the overwhelming number of talented individuals in Canada, United States and around the world, the New Music Label community continues to grow with more Music Artists, Musicians, Producers, Agents and Record Labels looking to work together. Find record labels on our site.