In this episode of the podcast, we talk about how sometimes a song needs to be sung by the person who wrote it. Also, is podcast the right term for what we are doing? And how obscure 'styles' of music are just as valid as mainstream music.
In this episode, we talk about how music from "back in the day" can have a new life! As long as the music is quality and it matches the mood of the project, any song from any era can land a sync deal. We also discuss our latest venture SyncNdex (check ...
In this episode of the podcast, we talk about how the music industry is starting to open back up since the start of COVID, and how it has changed how artists are making money (as we predicted back in older episodes).
In this episode of the podcast, we discuss how terrestrial radio still has value for music artists looking to succeed in their music careers. We have a new "Carl's Rule" that's fairly ridiculous. And we also raise the question: When does an EP become a...
In the episode of the 94twenty podcast, we discuss how the discovery of music is changing and the power that podcasts combined with radio can have in promoting artists' careers. We also talk about what happens when artists go mainstream. And,
In this episode of the podcast, we discuss sync-licensing and our thoughts around what discovery should look like for music supervisors. How much we enjoy the style of music for this week's featured artist,
In this episode of the podcast, we discuss how these days artists are able to do a lot of DIY. We're seeing a trend where many projects are using hi-tech equipment to create lo-fi results, which we find kinda' cool.
In this episode of the podcast, we talk about expectations when it comes to helping music artists and how to set them up for success! Navigating this industry is so tough and we go into detail on what we think a boutique career for artists can be and h...
In this episode of the podcast, we talk about today's role of the manager and how they can affect artists. How to manage your level of expectation when it comes to managers, and how an inexperienced one can hold you back.
In this episode, we talk about how music can really have an impact on us when we are feeling down. We also discuss why some artists get typecast. And how artists, who want to make a change, can involve their fanbase to change and evolve with them.