The New Breed of Indie Artist
For the defenders of music's old distribution system, be forewarned that there is a new breed of indie artist making waves on new distribution channels.
"This is how indie artists find an audience today - and it isn't by passing through the traditional record labels or radio industry."
John Chaffee, former president of Malrite Communications, knows the meaning of "creative." He's also very much aware of how to tap into mainstream feelings and, most importantly, how to do it in ways that entertain and inform.
This is how indie artists find an audience today - and it isn't by passing through the traditional record labels or radio industry.
Today's indie artist introduction to internet radio is...
We listen for songs that evoke emotion; fast, slow, female, male, group, it doesn't matter. When an artist has the power to please, they should be given a chance to be heard.
Give Kenny Wesley "I'm Sorry"
Add it to your station playlist, free!
Such is the new world of music distribution.
It's time internet radio programmers reach into a huge pile of untapped talent.
It is here where new hit songs will increasingly be found.