Finding Your True Fans

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For the last episode of the first season of Finding Your True Fans we’ll take a closer look at San Holo's actual strategy in practice, and how you can apply elements of it to accelerate the rate at which you build momentum, so you can meet your
I had the privilege of sitting down with Dutch producer Sander Van Djick, also known as San Holo, before one of his festival dates here in Oregon. He makes futuristic hip-hop influenced electronic music and has been growing very fast in the pas
There’s really no one-size-fits all approach to making incredible music and finding and connecting with new fans, so I want to focus on how you can take a more scientific approach to figuring out what works best for you in your unique situation
If there’s anyone out there who is most definitely a pro, it’s Hutch Harris. He’s been playing music for 25 years, touring since 1996, and has built up a wealth of experience and insight over the years. He shares his thoughts on effectively usi
We explore one artist’s story of how he went from working in a factory to juggling being a full-time guitar and vocal instructor at the School of Rock, a studio musician who has worked with the likes of Christopher Lee, as well as an active aud
I sat down with Sam and Billy Brouse, two brothers who play in the psychedelic electronic band Papadosio. As their bio states, Papadosio tours on a massive scale but maintains a close intimacy with their fans. This episode is exciting because s
Having awesome music is maybe even less than half the battle these days. Even if you’re able to get someone to listen to your music, the average person will need quite a bit more engagement from you on different levels before they become a True
This is part two of our interview with Alfred Darlington, also known as Daedelus. We take it back and talk about how Alfred got his start as an artist, what pivotal moments lead to his success, his thoughts on modern social media and technology
Alfred’s been releasing music for over fifteen years, feels just as comfortable in the Boiler Room as he does onstage with a full band, has done collaborations with the likes of MF Doom, toured with J Dilla, and even if you haven’t heard of him
In this episode, it’s just going to be you and I, and we’ll talk about what is perceived as luck by most, is really the result of hard work and being able to recognize and take advantage of opportunities that arise due to that work. We’ll also
In this episode, I sat down with Seth Haley, also known as Com Truise, before one of his sold-out shows. He produces a distinct style of 80s influenced electronic music, which he’s dubbed mid-fi slow-mo synthwave funk. Whatever you want to call
This episode is ground zero, I’ll tell you my story and, most importantly, talk about what you can expect from the show and why you should spend your valuable time listening to it.
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