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We currently receive more than 20,000 readers to our blog each day. Although we don’t currently have any advertised roles, we’re always open to hearing from talented writers and other media professionals. The best way to get in touch is via the email address at the bottom of this page – that way when a relevant opportunity does arise you might be the first to hear about it.

This is useful if you have your own website or social media profiles that you are trying to raise awareness of. INDIY is a platform for musicians by musicians – We believe in a better music industry. Come to INDIY to find an instrumental, a producer, to look for a studio to record in, mixing, mastering, CD artwork, legal agreements, and even promotion.

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Music Industry Knowledge – If you have any insight into the nuts and bolts of how the music industry works. Any link in the body content must be to a relevant, high-quality blog post. We’d be looking for passionate DJs that, at the very least, have played out in a professional capacity at a number of different venues. In addition to your experience as a working DJ , you could also be a music producer, a musician, a writer/journalist, or a mixture of all of the above.

From experience, content shared by such guest posters is usually copied, spun, and blatantly does not provide any value for readers. Unfortunately, being passionate and ardent are not the only prerequisites that you need to become a music blog writer. Gaining trust and a consistent platform to write on is crucial. That’s where music guest posting can be of great help.

The whole experience, as well as watching him produce two other completely different tracks, was exceptional. As a producer, as well as a musician — and most importantly, as a person, he is direct, on the level, inclusive, open-minded, humble, smart as hell, generous, sensitive, and hilarious. Even when he played and sang on two tracks, he was never gratuitous. One of the most important technical things I learnt from him was that when you are recording a song, you need to maintain the melody in its purest, ‘dumbest’ form. The point of a record, other than being beautiful and listenable , is to communicate clearly, and from that clarity also generate familiarity for listeners. There is a temptation to vary and embellish the melody and delivery of a song, particularly after having sung it 4 or 5 times.