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How To Get Your Music Noticed

How To Get Your Music Noticed

Recording great songs is only the first step when it comes to building a successful career in music. Once you get your music recorded, the next step is to get it noticed. Below are some helpful tips from Unsigned Guide on how to help people discover and share your music.

Book Some Live Shows

Playing live shows is a fantastic way to spread the word about your music. Regardless of where you live, you should be able to find at least one local venue where you can put on a show. Try to book as many shows as possible in your area so that people become familiar with your name. You may even want to think about booking shows in other nearby cities or towns to gain fans in surrounding areas.

Another fantastic way to get people to notice your music is by playing festivals. Music festivals give you a chance to perform in front of a large group of music-lovers, some of whom will most likely become your fans. Apply to play as many music festivals as you can, even if you don’t think your band will get picked. You never know when you may get a lucky break.

Reach Out To Bloggers, Radio Personalities, And Journalists

Having your songs featured by publications in the music industry is a great way to get noticed. If you can get a popular music blogger to write about your songs or get a newspaper or magazine to feature your album, it can have a huge impact on your career. Even better, if you can get a radio station to play your music, it is a wonderful way to gain new fans.

Of course, you can’t expect a national radio station or publication to pick up your songs if you are completely unknown. Instead, try reaching out to influential people in your local area. Oftentimes, they feature local artists, giving you a way to get your foot in the door. Music distribution companies can be a great help in this instance as they have inroads in these publications.

Once you start getting a lot of local publications to feature your music, it will be easier for you to get larger publications to notice you. Being able to showcase some of the articles that have been written about your music in the past gives you a lot more credibility when reaching out to more well-known people or publications in the music industry.

Work On Gaining More Fans Online

Ultimately, your goal should be to get as many fans as you can. Today, that is easier than ever thanks to the introduction of social media. Create profiles on popular social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Don’t forget to add video content to YouTube, as well. Not only does this provide your current fans with entertaining content but it also gives you a chance to reach new fans who may not have discovered your music in any other way.

Don’t forget to put a sign-up form on your website, blog, or social media channels that people can use to sign up for your mailing list. Sending out messages to your list about new releases, upcoming events, or other relevant information is a great way to keep people excited about your music. Bring along a sign-up sheet to all of your shows, as well, so that people can leave their email address. A lot of times, people will sign up for your list if they enjoy your show.

Reach Out To People In The Music Industry

Once you have developed a loyal fan base and have started getting noticed in music-related publications, it is the perfect time to reach out to people in the music industry. Contacting record labels to see about getting a deal is a great way to secure funding to create new music. They can also help you promote your current tracks, allowing you to reach even greater heights with your music.

People in the music industry have a lot of influence. As a result, they may be able to get your music showcased on popular television shows, on advertisements, or as background music in games. This provides you with a chance to reach an entirely new audience. They can also help you distribute your tracks through popular online music venues such as Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, and iTunes.

You can find contact information for music industry professionals in your region by searching online. Don’t hesitate to talk to other bands, as well. A lot of times, they will be able to refer you to someone who can help.

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