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BUZZ: a survival guide for bands
article by: Stefan Aronsen

Buzz - A survival guide for emerging indie musicians in the San Francisco Bay Area.


Building and maintaining an audience is as important to a successful music career as it is to a venue, restaurant, theater, and even a retail store.

Buzz helps the community flourish by actively curating a collection of advice from existing bands, spotlighting venues that cater to indie music, and building a network of resources designed with the indie musician in mind. Buzz provides unique guidance and best practices across every style of music, based on years of research. The backbone of Buzz’s message of Persona, Planning, Promoting, Plugging-in, and Playing, relates to any person or group attempting to build an audience.

Today, I am launching the first book in my survival guide series, which is available for download. BUZZ: PLAN covers all the info a band needs to get started.

Download your copy now.
BUZZ: PLAN is only available for a limited time.

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Have you created a digital strategy? Do you even know what it means to create a digital strategy? If no… let me start by saying, “everybody needs one!” Check out these notes, then create your digital strategy.
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Music is alive but the industry is dying. Current trends in the music industry are making it impossible for bands to survive and a less desirable market for designers to enter. This recession is creating an opportunity to be at the forefront of a major change in the music scene. My goal is to shift the music industry to favor independent musicians and put more control and money back in their hands. I hope to shine some light on the positive changes happening in the industry and develop solutions for some of the existing problems. 
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