The Weekly Brief is a brand new program we’ve launched to test and reward your music-making skills. Every Wednesday we will announce a new creative brief, so if you’re not interested in this week’s, just wait 7 days!
Want more people to listen to your remixes from our Opportunities?
Well, now your submissions are available to stream on MixZing, one of the most popular media players in the Android market. Some amazing developers used our API to connect to IndabaMusic.com so they could share your music with the +250,000 people who have downloaded their app.
Click here to learn more or download the free MixZing app:
Ryan Roberts is the savior of the Indaba office…partially because he makes the coffee every morning. But in all seriousness, we’d be lost without Ryan as our Operations Manager. He’s in charge of lots of things, including getting prizes from the people who launch Opportunities to the people who win – so you’d be lost without him, too! Like many of us here, he’s also a musician. Click to learn about Ryan and read his tips for launching a successful gigging band. Continue reading →
As you may know, the Indaba office is located in New York City – a city that is filled to the brim with spectacular musicians. So we’re taking full advantage of our location and interviewing local Indaba members to get some of their best musician-to-musician advice on topics ranging from getting gigs to songwriting. Along with these interviews, we’ve also asked them to perform live in our office, but don’t be jealous — we caught it on film to share with you.
Our first video features Emily Greene, an artist we have featured on our Grooveshark Breakthrough Radio Playlist (submit here). Watch to learn about her experiences with Indaba as an independent musician, plus a performance of her original song “Oceans and Waves”.