Independent artists talk fans, streaming and digital survival
Posted on: 8 février 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

Around 20,000 new songs are added to streaming services like Spotify every single day. A sobering statistic for an independent artist wondering how they can cut through the noise to reach people who’ll love their music.
So how are artists using streaming services, social networks and other means to build their audiences and sustain their musical careers? A panel at AIM’s Indie-Con conference in London today picked the brains of a group of musicians.
They included J. Willgoose Esq from Public Service Broadcasting; Emmy The Great; Sam Duckworth (aka Get Cape Wear Cape Fly); James Brown from Pulled Apart By Horses); Eckoes; and ShaoDow. The moderator was industry journalist Rhian Jones, of MBW and Hits Daily Double.
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