On May 15, Lee Foss’ SoundCloud and Facebook experienced a sharp rise in followers. Why? We dig into his profiles to find the reasons and what he can learn for the future. [Read more…]
We explore all the traps DJs fall into when writing their biographies, and how you can steer clear of them
Does DJ Butch use social media to his advantage? We take a look at his social accounts to see what could be improved to get more followers
We analyse DJ Chuckie’s social media presence to understand how he increases his number of fans and his exposure, and where he falls short
We discuss Facebook, Twitter, and staying true to your music with hardstyle stars, Bass Modulators.
Who has had the biggest impact on dance music over the last few years? Look no further than our definitive list of top influencers in the industry…
While Dixon’s Facebook posts regularly yield high increases in fans, his activity on SoundCloud falters. We explore how he could improve his numbers.
Dixon has a variety of titles under his belt. He’s produces, DJs, and owns his own record label. He even owns a bakery in Berlin. This Renaissance man has enjoyed increasing popularity over the past few years, owing to his simple but melodious sound. His crowd-pleasing songs sound both sharp and minimalist, making them intrinsically shareable.
About once a week, Dutch DJ, Hardwell, posts a new episode of his podcast, Hardwell on Air, to his YouTube channel. On the show’s Facebook page, he describes the show as evocative of that “trendsetting and original Hardwell sound.” Many of the episodes receive upwards of 300,000 listens. They feature an hour of club-ready pop and electronic tunes by both Hardwell and other musicians. Often, they even contain demos by up-and-coming DJs. Undoubtedly, the show’s a crowd-pleaser.