With their anniversary album 10 released July 30th – a year later than planned thanks to the effects of the pandemic – we sat down with Mike Crawshaw and Mark Franks from the group to discuss their career, their take on the music business, and the virtues of being independent.
As Pride Month draws to a close, we’re taking a look at some of the glorious playlist additions and editorial support our LGBTQIA+ artists have received on streaming platforms!
For the latest interview in our What Do You Do? Series, we sat down with our very own Eliana Medalie, who pitches all our releases for playlisting and editorial support across streaming services. She’s let us in on the best tips for getting your pitch perfect!
Correctly mapping a release to your artist’s profile ensures that followers have access to all the artist’s music in one place. It also prevents the creation of duplicate artist pages…
Welcome to Campaign Breakdown! We’re taking a deep dive into some recent artist campaigns – created by our independent artists alongside the team at Absolute, with little to no money spent – to analyse what works and how you can incorporate some new ideas into your next release.
May saw a week designated to Mental Health Awareness, promoted by the Mental Health Foundation. It’s great that a once taboo or shuttered subject is now very much in the foreground of our lives, and more and more of us are now aware of how important our mental health is.
This month we sat down with Gina Deacon of Absolute Rights Management, to discuss neighbouring rights and how you can ensure you’re maximising your income.
This week we’re joined by YouTube’s Head of Independent Music Business Development & Partnerships, Eduard Castelló, who provides some valuable insights into how YouTube engages with the independent music community….
Frankie Stew and Harvey Gunn have had their fair share of meetings with big label bosses. But they’ve always left feeling a little underwhelmed. Instead, for more than a decade…
Absolute has integrated with Soundmouse. Soundmouse reports music usage for its clients directly to collecting societies around the world, so these collecting societies can pay rights owners for use of their copyright material across radio, TV, online and other forms of media.
It’s never been easier to get your release to market. It’s also never been harder to choose which route you go down. Read on to discover why Label Services might be the right choice for you.
Continuing our series of interviews with key music industry figures, discussing their role and how they can enhance campaigns, this month we speak to radio plugger Joe Bennett, owner of JBPR.