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I’m watching Dexter on Netflix when I take a break from writing and recording, and I’m just so overwhelmed with feelings. Sadness, disgust, anger, confusion, shock. Why am I so attached? I guess because that’s how the writer’s wanted it. But, hot damn, I can’t believe it. The fact that she shared the same perverse and graphic fate of Trinity’s other victims, makes me really irritated and frustrated lol. Over a TV show character. It’s just so unexpected and tragic. If the writer’s wanted a reaction, they got one lol. Peace.
Today, Hungry Artiz, I am going to do something a little different. I am going to ask you to help me write this. Don’t worry. I am not going to ask you to submit anything or expose yourself to any type of criticism. I am just going to ask you to answer one question for me: What do you think is the most important question you should ask when trying to get into the music business?
Instead of giving it a “minute to sink in” as I often do in these pieces, I am going to ask you to stop reading now. Close your web browser, and really stop and think about this question before you keep reading. I am not going anywhere, and neither is this conversation that you are reading. I would really like to see what you think it is.
After you have thought about it, come…
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Wow, this list is so good, I only wish I had written this article:
20 Worst Indie Artist Mistakes
A guest post by Johnny Dwinell of Daredevil Production
In my job, I get to speak with many indie artists who are at different points in their journey. They consistently make these common major mistakes. Changing your approach will change your career. I made this personal to drive the message home.
1. Your Songs Suck – Consumers will instantly click past a crappy song to thousands of online radio stations till they find a good song that really moves them in the first 10-20 seconds. You better have GREAT songs. It’s a CRAFT; it always has been. Treat is as such. You need to seek out a few mentors to teach you what they know about their CRAFT and apply your unique vision and perspective to that knowledge. Easy to…
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