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CD Review: Like Swimming – “Tiny Structures” (DigSin)

Bookended by both old and new alike, Like Swimming’s Tiny Structures has a lot to offer for a six-song EP. While fans of the band’s debut album… 167 more words

CD Review

Digital song marketing, according to Jay Frank

Jay Frank, one of the forward thought leaders on streaming music, marketing with data and new business models, shared his perspectives during a March 25 lecture entitled “Hit Songs for the Digital Era.”  222 more words


Connie Lim's "LA City" Is A Beautiful Song You Can Relax To (Lyrics Included)

Connie Lim’sLA City” is reminiscent to a lullaby- a lullaby for Los Angeles. The soothing melody, hopeful lyrics and Connie’s lovely country-tinged vocals makes this the kind of track that one can relax to after a long day. 278 more words

Music Break

Interview with Jay Frank Author of Future HitDNA and Hack Your Hit, Owner of DigSin Records, and music futurist!

Interview with Jay Frank

I was especially happy to interview Jay as he is one of the people in the industry I most respect. His vision of the music industry and where it is headed is one of the clearest. 393 more words

Music Industry

Are People Really Done Paying For Music?

At a time when it’s more crucial than ever for artists to focus on career sustainability, it’s difficult for me to wrap my head around the concept of DigSin- a new label, officially launched at Midem, whose focus will be single releases only. 635 more words


Record Labels Put a New Spin on How to Get Music

Audiophiles are being treated to more than just their regular iTunes option for downloadable music these days. More and more services offering independent music label downloads, and “hear it here first” new artists, which help those not living in the buy anything I want on iTunes lifestyle. 350 more words

Daily Dork

How Much Is a Song Worth? To One Music Label, Nothing

How much is a song worth? It’s a question that’s often been discussed since the internet got involved in the music industry. Is it 99 cents, as iTunes, Amazon and other digital retailers believe? 900 more words

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