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Unlucky for none, it’s Episode 13 of BIMM: Inside the Music Industry!This week we’re waxing lyrical about all things promotion and vinyl with DJ Henry W-P.Having run and DJ’d at hundreds of nights across the UK, we couldn’t think of anyone better to talk us through the process of promoting your own nights and also to dive deep in to the vinyl revival and why physical formats are still important.Enjoy!! BIMM’s Inside the Music Industry Podcast pulls back the curtain on the music business, giving an up close, intimate look into the numerous roles, positions and career paths possible within this ever-changing field. Our very own Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, best-selling author and industry veteran, will be interviewing experts from across the music community, to find out their individual paths, what their ‘average’ day looks like and advice for finding your own niche while embarking on a successful and fulfilling career. BIMM is the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe. For over 35 years, we’ve taken raw talents and turned them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. Website: www.bimm.co.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
Paradiddles ahoy! It’s Episode 14 of BIMM: Inside the Music Industry!This week we’re talking all things drums with Nick Ruffini, the man behind the world’s number one drumming podcast, Drummers Resource.  Jen and Nick discuss how he has moved from being a professional musician himself to helping aspirant artists understand what makes a musician successful through Drummer’s Resource. Also there’s some great tips on starting a podcast and how important it is to make a good impression on everyone you meet when you’re touring. Plenty to get your teeth in to. Enjoy!! BIMM’s Inside the Music Industry Podcast pulls back the curtain on the music business, giving an up close, intimate look into the numerous roles, positions and career paths possible within this ever-changing field. Our very own Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, best-selling author and industry veteran, will be interviewing experts from across the music community, to find out their individual paths, what their ‘average’ day looks like and advice for finding your own niche while embarking on a successful and fulfilling career. BIMM is the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe. For over 35 years, we’ve taken raw talents and turned them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. Website: www.bimm.co.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
For this episode, we head back to a summer afternoon in Shoreditch where we were lucky enough to catch up with the amazing DJ, producer, AV artist and all-round lovely fella, Duncan Beiny, aka DJ Yoda. We dive deep into topics around race, politics in music, where hip-hop is going and an array of other interesting talking points. Have a listen, enjoy, don’t forget to check out Yoda’s incredible new album, Home Cooking and check out his touring schedule to find out when he’s next playing near you! http://djyoda.co.uk Got any questions or suggestions? Drop us a line at: itmipodcast@bimm.co.uk BIMM’s ITMI (Inside the Music Industry) podcast pulls back the curtain on today’s music business. Hosted by acclaimed best-selling author and industry legend Dr Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, ITMI discusses, challenges and answers the big questions in music. At BIMM, we open the doors to the music industry. For 35 years, we’ve trained the next generation of music professionals. We provide industry-led courses, unparalleled opportunities, world-class tutors and a creative community across eight campuses in three countries. We prepare you to be industry-ready so that you can establish a successful career in the music industry. Website: www.bimm.ac.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
It’s the 5th episode of ITMI Season 2 and we’re joined by indie rock veteran, Alan Sparhawk of Low. In this episode, we cover mental health, streaming, Low’s decision to stay in Minnesota and not give in to the LA-centric American music industry, their record label (Chairkickers’ Union) and much more. Low are an American indie rock group from Duluth, Minnesota, who formed in 1993. They’re a great example of a band that’s managed to maintain their success and solid fanbase over several decades. Take a listen and enjoy! https://www.chairkickers.com Got any questions or suggestions? Drop us a line at: itmipodcast@bimm.co.uk BIMM’s ITMI (Inside the Music Industry) podcast pulls back the curtain on today’s music business. Hosted by acclaimed best-selling author and industry legend Dr Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, ITMI discusses, challenges and answers the big questions in music. At BIMM, we open the doors to the music industry. For 35 years, we’ve trained the next generation of music professionals. We provide industry-led courses, unparalleled opportunities, world-class tutors and a creative community across eight campuses in three countries. We prepare you to be industry-ready so that you can establish a successful career in the music industry. Website: www.bimm.ac.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
It’s Episode 9 of the ITMI Podcast! For this one, we link up with the amazing Manchester band, PINS. We chat with Faith, Kyoko and Lois at YES in Manchester and cover motherhood, mental health and their epic collaboration with Iggy Pop. Plus, as part of our #MusicMadeUs campaign, we delve deep into the representation of women in the current music industry.  Let us know what you think. And, don’t forget that PINS will be touring the UK and releasing a new album in the next few months. Head to their site and give them a follow to see when they’ll be playing near you.  http://www.wearepins.co.uk Have a listen and let us know what you think in the comments below. Alternatively, you can use #MusicMadeUs on social to loop us into how music has made you.  Find out more at bimm.ac.uk/music-made-us Enjoy! Got any questions or suggestions? Drop us a line at: itmipodcast@bimm.co.uk BIMM’s ITMI (Inside the Music Industry) podcast pulls back the curtain on today’s music business. Hosted by acclaimed best-selling author and industry legend Dr Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, ITMI discusses, challenges and answers the big questions in music. At BIMM, we open the doors to the music industry. For 35 years, we’ve trained the next generation of music professionals. We provide industry-led courses, unparalleled opportunities, world-class tutors and a creative community across eight campuses in three countries. We prepare you to be industry-ready so that you can establish a successful career in the music industry. Website: www.bimm.ac.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
For Episode 7, we’re gifted with a double dose of musical greatness, just in time for Christmas. Becky Tong (powerhouse DJ and Founder of radio promotion, label and management company, Juicebox) and Shivas Howard-Brown, (Founder of Regal Minds Artists Management) join us to talk about tech, DJs and vinyl, Instagram culture, social media’s importance for artists and whether new genres can emerge in the streaming age. And as part of our Music Made Us campaign, we also discuss race, culture and the Notting Hill Carnival, and look at what this annual London event means culturally today. So sit back, have a listen and enjoy! Has music changed you? Let us know with #MusicMadeUs http://www.regalminds.comhttps://juicebox.fm Got any questions or suggestions? Drop us a line at: itmipodcast@bimm.co.uk BIMM’s ITMI (Inside the Music Industry) podcast pulls back the curtain on today’s music business. Hosted by acclaimed best-selling author and industry legend Dr Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, ITMI discusses, challenges and answers the big questions in music. At BIMM, we open the doors to the music industry. For 35 years, we’ve trained the next generation of music professionals. We provide industry-led courses, unparalleled opportunities, world-class tutors and a creative community across eight campuses in three countries. We prepare you to be industry-ready so that you can establish a successful career in the music industry. Website: www.bimm.ac.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
Episode 4 of the BIMM : Inside the Music Industry podcast is here! If you want to work in A&R and find new bands then you need to immerse yourself in music until you know what's good, you might even not know why... That's the message from Music for Nations' Joel De'ath. Recorded at the Sony offices, Joel explains what it takes to succeed in A&R and also discusses how he got started, his love of 'heavy' music and how he discovered The Darkness. Enjoy! BIMM’s Inside the Music Industry pulls back the curtain on the music business, giving an up close, intimate look into the numerous roles, positions and career paths possible within this ever-changing field. Our very own Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, best-selling author and industry veteran, will be interviewing experts from across the music community, to find out their individual paths, what their ‘average’ day looks like and advice for finding your own niche while embarking on a successful and fulfilling career. BIMM is the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe. For over 35 years, we’ve taken raw talents and turned them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. Website: www.bimm.co.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
Not only is Andrew Huang a successful YouTuber (with more than 200m views and as of now 1.88m subscribers), a music producer, musician, rapper and video producer (is there anything this guy can’t do?) – but he’s also the guest on the first ITMI podcast of 2020!  As part of our Music Made Us campaign, Andrew talks about that perfect connection between music and technology. We discuss how he first started using YouTube as a platform (and how he still uses it effectively today), what it takes to generate ideas for his channel, and how to deal with negativity and those pesky trolls within video comments.  Have a listen and let us know what you think in the comments below. Alternatively, you can use #MusicMadeUs on social to loop us into how music has made you.  Find out more at bimm.ac.uk/music-made-us Enjoy! Got any questions or suggestions? Drop us a line at: itmipodcast@bimm.co.uk BIMM’s ITMI (Inside the Music Industry) podcast pulls back the curtain on today’s music business. Hosted by acclaimed best-selling author and industry legend Dr Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, ITMI discusses, challenges and answers the big questions in music. At BIMM, we open the doors to the music industry. For 35 years, we’ve trained the next generation of music professionals. We provide industry-led courses, unparalleled opportunities, world-class tutors and a creative community across eight campuses in three countries. We prepare you to be industry-ready so that you can establish a successful career in the music industry. Website: www.bimm.ac.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
What a guest for episode 10 of BIMM: Inside The Music Industry... It's none other than Dave Rowntree, drummer from the world conquering Blur. Jen and Dave dive deep into the history of the band, how Dave got started as a musician and how not to get stung by a nefarious manager. In tandem with his Blur work Dave has forged a multitude of different careers including being a solicitor and councillor, fulfilling his need to help others. Oh yeah and he does chat about Oasis... Interesting chap, interesting chat. Don't forget to check out the Featured Artist Coalition here: https://www.thefac.org Enjoy!!! BIMM’s Inside the Music Industry pulls back the curtain on the music business, giving an up close, intimate look into the numerous roles, positions and career paths possible within this ever-changing field. Our very own Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, best-selling author and industry veteran, will be interviewing experts from across the music community, to find out their individual paths, what their ‘average’ day looks like and advice for finding your own niche while embarking on a successful and fulfilling career. BIMM is the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe. For over 35 years, we’ve taken raw talents and turned them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. Website: www.bimm.co.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
We’re 19 episodes in and this week it’s Michael and Danny from the incomparable Sick Joy. Jen and the boys chat about how moving from Newcastle to Brighton made them develop both as people and a group. They also discuss how you need to be focussed (and even obsessed) to succeed. We touch on the pain of social media too - how it is essential for artists and what the challenges are when working towards making it as an artist. We also uncover the most unexpected early influence of an artist so far in the series. Think hot rods and big ginger beards. Enjoy! BIMM’s Inside the Music Industry Podcast pulls back the curtain on the music business, giving an up close, intimate look into the numerous roles, positions and career paths possible within this ever-changing field. Our very own Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, best-selling author and industry veteran, will be interviewing experts from across the music community, to find out their individual paths, what their ‘average’ day looks like and advice for finding your own niche while embarking on a successful and fulfilling career. BIMM is the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe. For over 35 years, we’ve taken raw talents and turned them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. Website: www.bimm.co.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
It’s Episode 18 and we are coming live (well not quite live) from Japan with the brilliant Orono Noguchi from Superorganism At only 18 years old, Orono is already fronting one of the most hotly tipped bands on the planet. So how did she get there and what’s it been like? Jen and Orono chat about listening to Weezer aged four, the band getting their big break from Frank Ocean, making music for yourself and fighting against being pigeonholed. Enjoy! BIMM’s Inside the Music Industry Podcast pulls back the curtain on the music business, giving an up close, intimate look into the numerous roles, positions and career paths possible within this ever-changing field. Our very own Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, best-selling author and industry veteran, will be interviewing experts from across the music community, to find out their individual paths, what their ‘average’ day looks like and advice for finding your own niche while embarking on a successful and fulfilling career. BIMM is the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe. For over 35 years, we’ve taken raw talents and turned them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. Website: www.bimm.co.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
For Episode 8 of the BIMM : Inside the Music Industry podcast, we asked who you want on the show and you answered... This week, genius musician, music theorist and YouTube polymath Adam Neely joins us to talk his beginnings in music, jazz, meme culture, his approach to creating content and much, much more. Neely isn't one to go into things in half measure, so expect things to get deep in this one!  Enjoy! BIMM’s Inside the Music Industry pulls back the curtain on the music business, giving an up close, intimate look into the numerous roles, positions and career paths possible within this ever-changing field. Our very own Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, best-selling author and industry veteran, will be interviewing experts from across the music community, to find out their individual paths, what their ‘average’ day looks like and advice for finding your own niche while embarking on a successful and fulfilling career. BIMM is the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe. For over 35 years, we’ve taken raw talents and turned them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. Website: www.bimm.co.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
It's episode 6 of the BIMM : Inside the Music Industry podcast and it's a beaut! After our last episodes focus on Grime we move seamlessly from the inner cities to the rolling fields and apple scrumping of the folk scene. Our interviewee is the hugely talented Sam Kelly, who as an ex BIMM student and former Britain's Got Talent finalist has an interesting tale to tell.  Sam has forged a very successful career on the folk circuit with his band The Lost Boys and on the podcast he discusses why he chose this path over the other that opened up to him from his swift rise to the public conscience from his time on Britain's Got Talent.  Enjoy! BIMM’s Inside the Music Industry pulls back the curtain on the music business, giving an up close, intimate look into the numerous roles, positions and career paths possible within this ever-changing field. Our very own Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, best-selling author and industry veteran, will be interviewing experts from across the music community, to find out their individual paths, what their ‘average’ day looks like and advice for finding your own niche while embarking on a successful and fulfilling career. BIMM is the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe. For over 35 years, we’ve taken raw talents and turned them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. Website: www.bimm.co.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
What better way to start the New Year than Episode 12 of BIMM: Inside The Music Industry!? Jen travelled to Manchester to chat with bass aficionado and indie legend Jeremy Pritchard of the fabulous Everything Everything. Influential and successful, Everything Everything have helped shape the British musical landscape over the last decade. Jeremy talks about the story of the band, the influence of Manchester on their music and how to keep a band together. Smart guy, listen to him! Enjoy! P.S. *BIG NEWS*: We've recently launched our Podcast on YouTube, so be sure to head over via the link below! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCShVZLtRhzJjxtjtwxrzm_A BIMM’s Inside the Music Industry Podcast pulls back the curtain on the music business, giving an up close, intimate look into the numerous roles, positions and career paths possible within this ever-changing field. Our very own Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, best-selling author and industry veteran, will be interviewing experts from across the music community, to find out their individual paths, what their ‘average’ day looks like and advice for finding your own niche while embarking on a successful and fulfilling career. BIMM is the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe. For over 35 years, we’ve taken raw talents and turned them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. Website: www.bimm.co.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram  
For this episode of ITMI, we caught up with Jack McEwan: lead singer, guitarist and songwriter of the awesome Psychedelic Porn Crumpets. P.P.C are part of the growing and hugely prolific Psych scene coming out of Australia at the moment. Jack caught up with us from the band’s hometown of Perth in between their Japan and US tour dates. In this episode we delve deep into the current revival of Psych music, running your own label and its benefits/pitfalls, the gig economy in Perth, playing in Aus versus the UK, chess apps, and much, much more. www.psychedelicporncrumpets.com Listen to "And Now For The Whatchamacallit’’ below: https://open.spotify.com/album/7DNlxTU9usx6cHOL4foSoC Enjoy! Got any questions or suggestions? Drop us a line at: itmipodcast@bimm.co.uk BIMM’s Inside the Music Industry Podcast pulls back the curtain on the music business, giving an up close, intimate look into the numerous roles, positions and career paths possible within this ever-changing field. Our very own Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, best-selling author and industry veteran, will be interviewing experts from across the music community, to find out their individual paths, what their ‘average’ day looks like and advice for finding your own niche while embarking on a successful and fulfilling career. BIMM is the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe. For over 35 years, we’ve taken raw talents and turned them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. Website: www.bimm.co.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
It’s the final episode of ITMI, Season Two, and we’re going out with a bang! We speak with East Coast hip-hop legend, Kendrick Jeru Davis, a.k.a. Jeru the Damaja.  Jeru has an incredible career that’s spanned over 30 years. He’s collaborated with a plethora of other performers, such as Guru and DJ Premier of Gang Starr, and been responsible for an album that’s rated as one of the 100 greatest hip-hop albums of all time: 'The Sun Rises In The East'.  We linked with Jeru at the end of 2019 to talk technology in music and hip-hop’s beginnings versus its modern-day form. And, as part of our #MusicMadeUs campaign, Jeru talks in detail about race, culture and politics in hip-hop and the wider world.  Jeru also shares an amazing story about how his music literally helped save someone’s life.  Trust us: this is a finale you do not want to miss. Oh, and be sure to keep your ears open for Jeru’s next release when it drops! Enjoy! Find out more at bimm.ac.uk/music-made-us Got any questions or suggestions? Drop us a line at: itmipodcast@bimm.co.uk BIMM’s ITMI (Inside the Music Industry) podcast pulls back the curtain on today’s music business. Hosted by acclaimed best-selling author and industry legend Dr Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, ITMI discusses, challenges and answers the big questions in music. At BIMM, we open the doors to the music industry. For 35 years, we’ve trained the next generation of music professionals. We provide industry-led courses, unparalleled opportunities, world-class tutors and a creative community across eight campuses in three countries. We prepare you to be industry-ready so that you can establish a successful career in the music industry. Website: www.bimm.ac.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
Welcome to our second season of the ITMI podcast. To kick things off, we're joined by a legend in contemporary Hip-Hop: the inimitable Paul William "Sage" Francis. We caught up with Sage during the UK leg of his Epic Beard Men tour with B. Dolan. Together, we discuss Hip-Hop in 2019, touring trials and tribulations, running his indie label Strange Famous, and so much more. We've got an amazing season of Pod guests and episodes lined up, so don't forget to subscribe for notifications about our upcoming releases. Trust us - you won’t want to miss these. Got any questions or suggestions? Drop us a line at: itmipodcast@bimm.co.uk BIMM’s ITMI (Inside the Music Industry) podcast pulls back the curtain on today’s music business. Hosted by acclaimed best-selling author and industry legend Dr Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, ITMI discusses, challenges and answers the big questions in music. At BIMM, we open the doors to the music industry. For 35 years, we’ve trained the next generation of music professionals. We provide industry-led courses, unparalleled opportunities, world-class tutors and a creative community across eight campuses in three countries. We prepare you to be industry-ready so that you can establish a successful career in the music industry. Website: www.bimm.ac.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
It’s Episode 17 and that can only mean one thing: Joanne Shaw Taylor is in the building. Yes, Jen catches up with the blues-rock singer and guitarist ahead of the UK tour for her seventh studio album Reckless Heart to talk about all sides of music….and how she can’t tour without Babybels! Have a listen to hear Joanne talk about what it’s like being a woman in the music industry (and how she’s realigning the balance by bringing more women into her team), dealing with social media and her influences. Joanne also talks about being part of a generation who grew up with hardly any female guitar players - and how that’s now starting to change…. BIMM’s Inside the Music Industry Podcast pulls back the curtain on the music business, giving an up close, intimate look into the numerous roles, positions and career paths possible within this ever-changing field. Our very own Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, best-selling author and industry veteran, will be interviewing experts from across the music community, to find out their individual paths, what their ‘average’ day looks like and advice for finding your own niche while embarking on a successful and fulfilling career. BIMM is the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe. For over 35 years, we’ve taken raw talents and turned them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. Website: www.bimm.co.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
Hang on to your Santa hats it’s Episode 11 of BIMM: Inside The Music Industry… This time around Jen catches up with Izzy and Tommy from the formidable Black Honey. Young, ambitious and successful, Black Honey are forging a path for many contemporary acts to follow through their unique brand of self-management. Tommy and Izzy discuss getting discovered, the daily routines of musicians, why they self-manage and also how they met at BIMM and what they learnt studying with us. Enjoy! P.S. *BIG NEWS*: We've just launched our Podcast on YouTube, so be sure to head over via the link below! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCShVZLtRhzJjxtjtwxrzm_A BIMM’s Inside the Music Industry Podcast pulls back the curtain on the music business, giving an up close, intimate look into the numerous roles, positions and career paths possible within this ever-changing field. Our very own Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, best-selling author and industry veteran, will be interviewing experts from across the music community, to find out their individual paths, what their ‘average’ day looks like and advice for finding your own niche while embarking on a successful and fulfilling career. BIMM is the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe. For over 35 years, we’ve taken raw talents and turned them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. Website: www.bimm.co.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
In Episode 9 of our podcast, BIMM: Inside The Music Industry, Jen talks with Zoe Alexander, the founder of A Peaceful Noise. This annual gig is held in celebration of Zoe’s younger brother Nick, who tragically lost his life in the 2015 Bataclan terrorist attack in Paris. In an emotional but positive conversation about the music community coming together; Zoe chats about Nick’s life, love of music, his purple crushed velvet suit and her determination that something positive should come from Nick’s passing. To donate to the Nick Alexander Memorial Trust visithttp://www.thenickalexandermemorialtrust.com/. This year’s gig will take place on the 24th November at Bush Hall in London. Purchase your tickets here. BIMM’s Inside the Music Industry pulls back the curtain on the music business, giving an up close, intimate look into the numerous roles, positions and career paths possible within this ever-changing field. Our very own Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, best-selling author and industry veteran, will be interviewing experts from across the music community, to find out their individual paths, what their ‘average’ day looks like and advice for finding your own niche while embarking on a successful and fulfilling career. BIMM is the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe. For over 35 years, we’ve taken raw talents and turned them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. Website: www.bimm.co.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
Episode 6 of ITMI is here and we’re joined by an absolute legend of the hip-hop game (and an old friend of Jen’s): Jurassic 5’s Charles Stewart, aka Chali 2na.  Chali’s signature baritone voice has been a huge part of 2000’s hip-hop, from his solo work through to his collaborations with Jurassic 5, Ozomatli, The House of Vibe and Krafty Kuts. We cover all the big and important topics in this episode: race in the industry, hip-hop today, politics in music and so much more.  Head to Chali’s site to see some of his out-of-this-world artwork and upcoming shows. And don’t forget to check out his incredible new album with Krafty Kuts, Adventures of a Reluctant Superhero. https://www.chali2na.com Enjoy Got any questions or suggestions? Drop us a line at: itmipodcast@bimm.co.uk BIMM’s ITMI (Inside the Music Industry) podcast pulls back the curtain on today’s music business. Hosted by acclaimed best-selling author and industry legend Dr Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, ITMI discusses, challenges and answers the big questions in music. At BIMM, we open the doors to the music industry. For 35 years, we’ve trained the next generation of music professionals. We provide industry-led courses, unparalleled opportunities, world-class tutors and a creative community across eight campuses in three countries. We prepare you to be industry-ready so that you can establish a successful career in the music industry. Website: www.bimm.ac.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
It's Episode 7 and it's a genuine character from the world of music on the BIMM : Inside the Music Industry podcast. This week Jen returns to her homeland of San Francisco through a chat with professional tambourine (and Maracas) player, songwriter and wearer of many creative hats, Joel Gion from the Brian Jonestown Massacre. Prior to his gig in Brighton Joel talks through his career, being an outcast, his love of UK music and culture and how the 90's San Francisco scene influenced him as an artist. Insert this podcast directly in to your ears NOW... Enjoy! BIMM’s Inside the Music Industry pulls back the curtain on the music business, giving an up close, intimate look into the numerous roles, positions and career paths possible within this ever-changing field. Our very own Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, best-selling author and industry veteran, will be interviewing experts from across the music community, to find out their individual paths, what their ‘average’ day looks like and advice for finding your own niche while embarking on a successful and fulfilling career. BIMM is the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe. For over 35 years, we’ve taken raw talents and turned them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. Website: www.bimm.co.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
Episode 3 of the BIMM : Inside the Music Industry podcast is here! Despite what you may have heard ‘The Kids are Alright’, so this week we’re chatting with the ever so youthful Kali Bradford (Label Manager at Distiller Records) and Lee Kershaw (Label Coordinator and Project Manager for Sunday Best). To set the scene… we’re two days into The Great Escape Festival in Brighton and everyone has been ‘enjoying’ themselves somewhat. Jen overcomes this self-inflicted hurdle and finds out what they love about music and how they found their way so quickly into such influential roles at two fantastic indie labels. SPOILER ALERT: interning is a good thing. Enjoy! BIMM’s Inside the Music Industry pulls back the curtain on the music business, giving an up close, intimate look into the numerous roles, positions and career paths possible within this ever-changing field. Our very own Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, best-selling author and industry veteran, will be interviewing experts from across the music community, to find out their individual paths, what their ‘average’ day looks like and advice for finding your own niche while embarking on a successful and fulfilling career. BIMM is the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe. For over 35 years, we’ve taken raw talents and turned them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. Website: www.bimm.co.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
It’s Episode 15 of BIMM: Inside the Music Industry! It’s all about the soul this week with legendary American Soul vocalist Lee Fields. With 50 years in the industry as a performer, there is nothing Lee hasn’t experienced in music. So listen up kids, you might learn something. As well as talking about the industry, Lee opens up to Jen about the importance of spirituality in music and how that drives him. Enjoy!! BIMM’s Inside the Music Industry Podcast pulls back the curtain on the music business, giving an up close, intimate look into the numerous roles, positions and career paths possible within this ever-changing field. Our very own Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, best-selling author and industry veteran, will be interviewing experts from across the music community, to find out their individual paths, what their ‘average’ day looks like and advice for finding your own niche while embarking on a successful and fulfilling career. BIMM is the largest and leading provider of music education in Europe. For over 35 years, we’ve taken raw talents and turned them into industry professionals, earning a living doing what they love. Website: www.bimm.co.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram
It’s Episode 3 of the ITMI podcast Season 2. Awesome LA-based singer-songwriter Donna Missal joins us for an inspiring chat via her Masterclass for BIMM Institute London students. In this episode, we talk about being unapologetic as a woman in the music industry and why ageing shouldn’t matter. We also chat about the importance of LGBTQ+ representation in the music industry (while still being wary of these labels existing as an artist).  We hope you enjoy the latest episode and don’t forget to check out Donna’s incredible debut album, This Time.  http://www.donnamissal.com Got any questions or suggestions? Drop us a line at: itmipodcast@bimm.co.uk BIMM’s ITMI (Inside the Music Industry) podcast pulls back the curtain on today’s music business. Hosted by acclaimed best-selling author and industry legend Dr Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, ITMI discusses, challenges and answers the big questions in music. At BIMM, we open the doors to the music industry. For 35 years, we’ve trained the next generation of music professionals. We provide industry-led courses, unparalleled opportunities, world-class tutors and a creative community across eight campuses in three countries. We prepare you to be industry-ready so that you can establish a successful career in the music industry. Website: www.bimm.ac.uk Twitter: @BIMM_Institute Facebook: BIMMInstitute Instagram: bimm_stagram    
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Podcast Details

Started
Jul 19th, 2018
Latest Episode
Feb 5th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
29
Avg. Episode Length
39 minutes
Explicit
No

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