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thegrammys:

We sat down with Thirty Seconds To Mars to talk about their award-winning documentary, Artifact. Watch the full interview.

"I think Artifact should be shown at every music school [and] it should be shown at every record company," said Leto. "It’s a very unique and intimate look into the relationship between art and commerce, and one band’s struggle with an industry."

thegrammys:

We sat down with Thirty Seconds To Mars to talk about their award-winning documentary, ArtifactWatch the full interview.

"I think Artifact should be shown at every music school [and] it should be shown at every record company," said Leto. "It’s a very unique and intimate look into the relationship between art and commerce, and one band’s struggle with an industry."

youbroketheinternet:

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talkhiphopblog:

The Music Biz

Interview With Jeff Fester SVP of A&R Jive Records - 

cosmic-rust:

Transformers the Movie (1986). It’s the full movie!   

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#ONEtip: Starting Your Own Music Publishing Company

onerpm:

At its core, a music publisher’s job is to administer the copyrights in songs and license your work to record labels, radio stations, filmmakers, advertisers, etc. A publisher collects license fees, take a percentage and pay the remaining proceeds to the songwriter(s). The publisher controls the song itself (not the recording of the song, which is generally owned and controlled by the record label).

That said, many artists choose to start a publishing company on their own early in their career to get control of their music catalogue.  And while it sounds complicated, a publishing “company” can simply be a simple administrative way to organize your songs and farm the licensing work out to Performing Rights Organizations.  Here’s a look at the basics behind starting your own publishing company.

Reasons You May Want to Start a Publishing Company

From administrative, to legal, to vanity, there are many different reasons to set up a publishing company for your compositions.  Here are a few:

1. You’ve recorded an album and are looking for new avenues of exposure

2. You are considering a record deal and want certain controls over your copyrights

3. You have collaborated with different people and want a central company to administer the copyrights

4. Your manager, lawyer, or accountant is pushing for a more formal approach to your affairs

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entertainmentweekly:

As if you didn’t already know: Beyoncé’s self-titled “visual album” — which, of course, was available exclusively on iTunes — sold a ridiculous 828,773 copie in just three days, making it the music platform’s fastest selling album ever. Let us celebrate by staring into her hypnotic eyes.

entertainmentweekly:

As if you didn’t already know: Beyoncé’s self-titled “visual album” — which, of course, was available exclusively on iTunes — sold a ridiculous 828,773 copie in just three days, making it the music platform’s fastest selling album ever. Let us celebrate by staring into her hypnotic eyes.