Photographers attending live gigs is commonplace within New Zealand, and it needs to be acknowledged that the conditions in which they photograph in are usually less than desirable; low lighting, audiences constantly on the move and limited areas to photograph from etc. This article looks at what a band or musician can do to help those photographers obtain good quality live gig photos.
A not-necessarily-comprehensive user’s guide to releasing music in an ever-evolving landscape of industry standards and marketplace expectations - Results may vary.
A collection of links for NZ Music Industry Hui, Korero & Masterclass videos.
Playing a festival is a great stepping stone for a band. It puts them in front of a large crowd of people, many of whom wouldn’t have seen them before. But how is an act able to get such a slot in the first place? Resource by: Gareth Shute
One way to help promote your music and brand at gigs is by having a merch desk. Here are some helpful hints and tips to ensure everything runs smoothly.
In the modern world, there are a multitude of ways to connect with potential fans and encourage them along to a gig. Here are some crucial aspects to think ab out in order to get an audience through the door.
Singing Tips, as written by Jann McMichael from Natural Vocal Freedom.
Many a band has been faced with the dilemma of how to integrate the sounds of their individual instruments and the Public Address (PA) system. This article helps with stage setups.
Tools that can help you to write stronger set lists.
While it can be argued that time can’t be managed, you certainly can manage what you choose to do with your time.