There are three main reasons why the musicians do music: 1) for pleasure and share their art, 2) for gain money and 3) for became famous. With independence if it’s right or wrong these reasons or if they can coexist, the goals could be very different. In the first case, If the musicians create music […]Read More Why do the musicians make music?
The 2018 is a crucial year for the music indie music industry because many talented bands released music jewelries that marked a tendency on the 2008 aka 10 years ago. The Echo Music team discuss this time about 10 essential albums that marked a tendency on the indie music 10 years ago and now. 1. […]Read More Turns 10
The James Allan’s voice is very particular, is a voice like no other. With this blueprint, with emotive songs, often melancholic but at the same time deep, Glasvegas released, ten years ago, their album debut. So this year James Allan, Rab Allan, Paul Donoghue and Jonna Löfgren are celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the […]Read More “I’m the Frank Sinatra of shouting”. Interview with James Allan (Glasvegas)
Purity Ring is a Canadian electronic music duo formed in 2010 and originally from Edmonton, Alberta. The band consists of Megan James (vocals) and Corin Roddick (instrumentals). Purity Ring is one of the first music groups that innovate on how to make music using pre recorded tracks like their main instrument. Their album debut Shrines […]Read More Purity Ring: The Future of The Music
When oneself think in buy a song, is just for listen that song but… what could happen if oneself could buy a share of a song and, most important, the royalties of that song? A company called Royal Exchange is offering an IPO of the shares of a new company, called Royalty Flow. This new […]Read More Investing in music royalties
“I do touch my fans” answered Avril Lavigne to the radio station KISS 92.5, after some pictures of a meet and greet with her fans in Brazil were published in 2014: they payed $400 to stand almost near of the singer, but they cannot touch her. (You can check it out the full article in […]Read More Meet and greets. Expectations vs reality
In 2012, the cheapest ticket to see The Rolling Stones on their tour on England, it was £106, including booking fee, while the VIP hospitality ticket goes to £1,440. (You can check it out the full article in this link: http://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-20066145 ). While the fans were angry, the musicians have not total agree. Anyway, according […]Read More Is there a fair price for a concert ticket?