Why You Shouldn’t Force Creativity

Why You Shouldn't Force Creativity

Why You Shouldn’t Force Creativity

We’re going on month 6 of quarantine and social distancing, and many people are starting to find their groove. Whether that’s getting used to working from home or using all this newfound free time to start new projects, we’re all figuring out how to keep going when it feels like the whole world has stopped. As we continue to adjust to our new normal, here is something to keep in mind: don’t force yourself to create.

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Social Media is the New Fan Mail

Social Media is the New Fan Mail

Remember, back in the day, when you would actually send hand-written notes to your favorite artists, in the hopes that they would send back a signed picture? Or signing up a new artist’s fan club to get exclusive fan-mail from them every month? (Hello fellow JTT fans… who didn’t love that!). 

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Adding Multiple Links To Your Social Media Accounts

Adding Multiple Links To Your Social Media Accounts

Imagine this, you are scrolling your Instagram account and come across an artist you really like. You look through their posts to find where to listen to their music. There’s a link in their profile that takes you to a youtube page that hasn’t been updated in months. Now you have to search to find the places where you can stream their music. While it’s pretty annoying, it’s also very common. But there’s a better way to make sure your ...

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What Type of Content to Live Stream

What Type of Content to Live Stream

by India McCarty – Right now, pretty much everything is happening online. Work meetings, classes and yes, even concerts! Artists all over the world are uploading performances that we can all enjoy while we’re stuck inside. However, if you’re getting bored with just posting songs, or just want to do something different, here are some ideas!

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How COVID-19 Is Affecting Touring Crews

How COVID-19 Is Affecting Touring Crews

by India McCarty – For music lovers, one of the worst things about COVID-19 is the indefinite hiatus on live music. Concerts are being cancelled and postponed until next year, and fans are understandably disappointed that their plans to see their favorite artists have changed. However, for some people, this concert drought is more than just a bummer.

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Creativity in Uncertain Times

Creativity in Uncertain Times

by India McCarty – Even though it feels like everything in our lives has changed, there are some things we can still rely on to help us feel normal. One of those things is creating music. So many artists use turmoil and uncertainty to fuel their creativity and comfort themselves; why should that change now?

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A note to our artists and partners - and farewell to a good friend.

A note to our artists and partners – and farewell to a good friend.

We want everyone to know of a change within the company that is now official. John Alexander, co-founder of Bandtwango, has decided to leave the company and the music industry entirely to pursue some of his other passions, including a fantastic opportunity as an author with ECW press. We wish John all the best and we are excited to see what he does in the future. Going forward, Bandtwango will continue to be led by co-founder Carl Allocco and Nicole ...

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How Coronavirus Will Change Concerts

How Coronavirus Will Change Concerts

by India McCarty – From massive festivals like Coachella to small shows at local bars, coronavirus has effectively put an end to live music as we know it. Sure, there are live streams and YouTube videos of old concerts, but there’s nothing like standing in a crowd of people that all love the same music you do.

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