1. Big numbers from the ‘2011 State Of Online Music’ report!
(via Next Big Sound)

    Big numbers from the ‘2011 State Of Online Music’ report!

    (via Next Big Sound)

  2. Congrats to Songtrust client Young Hines on becoming the first signee to Brendan Benson’s readymade label!

    (via Brooklyn Vegan)

  3. nateberkopec:

    A lot of startup pitches that try to position themselves as “the next” thing just end up feeling like this.

    AWESOME SOUND.

  4. 9 December 2011

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    tedr:

Who’s in?  (Taken with Instagram at Soma)

ORLY?

    tedr:

    Who’s in? (Taken with Instagram at Soma)

    ORLY?

  5. villagevoice:

    Here Is A Supercut Of Every Time Wu-Tang Clan Shouts Itself Out On Its Albums

  6. 4. Don’t Be Afraid To Go DIY
    Tumblr can be a great platform for mobilizing your fanbase, regardless of how far-fetched your idea might seem. If studio fees seem daunting, Klein suggests asking followers for small donations in exchange for free copies of the music. “I thought it was crazy, but fans are really interested in having a personal investment and connection in the art they consume.”

    — Musicians On Tumblr: 10 Dos and Don’ts From Experts

  7. AWESOME!
headsays:

Check out Songtrust writers THE GREEN — reggae band  from Hawaii and have the #1 spot on Billboard’s Reggae  Chart and are currently #2 on iTunes Reggae albums.
Listen to: Love & Affection

    AWESOME!

    headsays:

    Check out Songtrust writers THE GREEN — reggae band from Hawaii and have the #1 spot on Billboard’s Reggae Chart and are currently #2 on iTunes Reggae albums.

    Listen to: Love & Affection

  8. Conversations with Enemies, one of our newest Songtrust clients, is an eclectic quintet hailing from West Philadelphia. Road to Nowhere is a whimsical fusion of summery surf rock and indie pop. Their next show is this weekend at Siren Records in Doylestown, PA. Check them out!

  9. Awesome coverage for Songtrust clients The Green on NPR looking at non-Jamaican reggae.

On our shores, Hawaii and California are the biggest breeding grounds for reggae bands. iTunes even bestowed its 2010 “Best Reggae Album” title not on a Jamaican, but on the debut from Hawaiian band The Green.

(via NPR Music)

    Awesome coverage for Songtrust clients The Green on NPR looking at non-Jamaican reggae.

    On our shores, Hawaii and California are the biggest breeding grounds for reggae bands. iTunes even bestowed its 2010 “Best Reggae Album” title not on a Jamaican, but on the debut from Hawaiian band The Green.

    (via NPR Music)

  10. We’re thrilled to have Bill Jacocks as one of our newest Songtrust clients. He’s got some great tunes under his belt like My Joan as recorded by The Fabulous Flames. Bill wrote this classic doo-wop ditty in the late 50s in - would you believe - 20 minutes!

    Fun fact: Bill is also a former news anchor for WEWS-TV in his native Cleveland.