Music Dealers Blog

Turning Social Media Data Into Consumer Engagement

Sunday, May 24, 2015

Being an advocate for emerging talent, among the tenets of our messaging, you’ll see a healthy belief in the benefits gained from harnessing the social media muscle of those artists.


Brain Beats

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Marbles The Brain Store opened up its first doors in Chicago in 2008, and have since expanded across the country to build better brains with its expert-tested products. When the startup considered using the stimulating power of music as a brain-builder, Marbles turned to Music Dealers with the desire to create an album of custom, educational songs. After a year of success, Marbles and Music Dealers released another album to appease consumer demand. Brain Beats Volume 1 and Brain Beats Volume 2 are chock full of original tunes that will surely beef up your brainpower, and keep your toes tapping to the catchy beats, too.


Taming the Wild West of Music Supervision

Monday, May 18, 2015

Music supervision has roots dating back to silent films, when composers provided background music in the theaters during the showing. Now, the craft has evolved into a multifaceted profession with responsibilities that range from licensing, curation, and even producing. As such, music executives have found themselves pioneering through a Wild West of music supervision these past several years.


Turn Your Social Following Into Opportunities & Cash

Friday, May 15, 2015

New Feature: Social Media Metrics Integration

We are always excited to present new features that benefit our Artist Community and clients. When we pitch music, clients often ask about our artists' social media presence in hopes of bringing more value to their projects.


Watch Dogs

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs follows the storyline of a hacker hellbent on revenge through a fictional Chicago in this pulse-pounding techno thriller. Like many modern video games, Watch Dogs includes spinoff content in the gameplay, such as its in-game music discovery app called “Song Sneak.” Players use their character’s mobile device to “steal” music from a passersby, and the more songs one takes, the more music one can listen to while playing.


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