So, you’re an indie musician and you have gigs you want your fans to know about. Do you want to update your event calendar in nine different places? I don’t think so! I’ve had a look at two options for your gig calendar that I think have some decent features and would really like to [...]
A huge thanks to my online friend, Linda Freeman, for this guest post. After reading about the creative process she experienced while making this video, I can’t wait to see Avalanche, releasing on April 3, 2014. Learn more about Linda and how to reach her [...]
Hibernation is not really for the sleep:
The point is the coming back to life.
Eyes blinking we become accustomed to the light
As we emerge from our cave
However dusty or muddy the Spring soil may be,
We let it squish between our toes.
It, too, [...]
What is “good music”? For me, it’s something different almost every day. Plus, it’s hard to define. So, a few days ago, I posted this on my social networks:
Define “good music”.
— stan stewart (@muz4now) March 12, 2014
Real folk have views
Or even the [...]
I’m rarely impressed by a new service for musicians, but there are exceptions. Audiam looked like it was off to a great start initially in 2013 and appeared to be most of what the makers touted it to be. Time will tell if they can deliver on the initial promise of this service.
Once again awakened, too early,
I look into the darkness for
I notice that the only answer
It holds is the one
Fear hovers in the sheets.
It draws from past memories
About similar stories it
Holds as failures:
Of melancholy aloneness
Holding you in the surf
A reality now become a dream
With the edge of winter
And our temporary separateness
Some filled with a strange sense of
Even the prospect of repeated
Rituals and those hugs that hurt
Your neck seemed [...]