ShareTweet As an artist with a band page or website, wouldn’t it be useful to be able to see how many fans you’re able to reach, or if you have […]
ShareTweet Google + have added some new features this week that allow a company, band or musician to create a page. While the social network still has some improvements to […]
ShareTweet In our last post we told you all about royalties and took a look at the key collection agencies. This week we’ve decided to give you a look into […]
ShareTweet Here at Zimbalam, we’ve joined up with PRS to offer artists and PRS members a discount when they sign up to use our services. PRS for Music stands for […]
ShareTweet Instead of having a featured Zimbalam artist this week, we decided to shake it up and feature a label instead. Meet Machete Records. Run by James Jones, this Manchester […]
ShareTweet Backstage Tip : Did you know that you could share your media with selected partners from your Zimbalam Artist Page? Simply select the ProSpace option while configuring your page […]
Bieber Fever started with a cover song. But Justin Bieber’s not the only artist to be discovered via the cover: Mariah Carey was a pseudo ‘cover queen’ in the 90s and Justin Timberlake discovered the lesser known Esmee Denters covering his music on YouTube. Covers are a unique tool for Artists; even though it is not YOUR music, it aids discovery AND can earn you money. Here’s a couple of suggestions…
In just three years Liverpool Sound City has already established itself as the UK’s most creative and innovative city-based music events by combining an international perspective on the best in new music, art, film, photography, business, new tech, media and more with one of the world’s most legendary music cities. Zimbalam is proud to partner with Liverpool Sound City this year to celebrate and promote independent music, Zimbalam and Sound City will be releasing a digital compilation of the best new music that the North-West has to offer.
The internet has had a disastrous effect on traditional media, people are becoming more dependent on blogs, e-zines and social networks to discover music and are less dedicated to established players, however, as a musician in the 21st century, the NME’s loss is your gain. Think of your online media campaign as equivalent to gigging and be prepared to give stuff away…
That’s right, we have 5 pairs of weekend passes for this year’s Great Escape Festival up for grabs and you could be in with a chance of winning one!