Remixes of popular tracks are almost always preferred over originals at parties and nightclubs, and producing them can be a great way for unknown DJs to get their names out there. [Read more…]
We spoke to Lynn Cosgrave, the founder of Safehouse Management, and asked her a few questions about the music industry, specifically how to nurture your talent and increase your following.
The Ibiza International Music Summit included an interesting presentation from Google on how to more effectively run a YouTube account for electronic musicians, but what does it add to JustGo’s existing tips on running your Youtube account?
Collaborating with other artists and mentioning them in your posts can get you more likes
Turning your passion into a successful way to earn a living is something very few people manage to do. If you start treating your music like a business, and not a hobby, you could unlock a much greater potential for growth, both spiritually and financially.
Haiti has a history of turbulence and turmoil, and the country was torn apart by the devastating earthquake of 2010. What has risen from the ashes, however, is a vibrant electronic music scene, where a community of DJs and partygoers come together around electronic dance music.
How does Nina Kraviz run her Facebook page and why is it so much more successful than her other social media pages?
DJ Sasha may have hit a brick wall with his Facebook page, but can he break through it?
Marcel Dettmann gets a little lazy with his Twitter account, but could posting separately help increase his reach?