Beat Fever joins forces with EDM.com for Worldwide Music Takeover
Harkening back to the days of Guitar Hero and Rock Band, Beat Fever: Music Tap Rhythm Game for iOS and Android puts the listener in the driver’s seat and gives the fan’s the opportunity they’ve always wanted: to become a star by controlling the music and immersing themselves in the experience of their favorite artists and songs.
Beat Fever has put together a series of exciting showcases representing some of the best communities the industry has to offer, and has seamlessly crafted these worlds into an interactive and highly addictive game that any dance music lover can sink their teeth into.
Now, EDM.com has teamed up with Beat Fever, and we’re extremely excited to announce that fans can explore the world of EDM.com’s Seven Wonders, and discover the best and brightest artists and music from the EDM.com // Artist Intelligence Agency record label!
Be it day or night, the EDM.com World is ready for you to explore. We highly encourage everyone to download the game, dive in, and begin your mission to become a star!
If you hurry, you can even enter the Beat Fever x EDM.com competition for a chance to win $100 USD in Bitcoin – check out the video below!
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By Real EDM — 3 days ago
“Electrico Romantico” resulted from a chance meeting between the two.
Sometimes the most organic collaborations are the product of pure happenstance. That appears to have been the case with Bob Sinclar‘s “Electrico Romantico” featuring Robbie Williams, which is out now on Armada Music.
“Electrico Romantico” marks a significant stylistic shift for Bob Sinclar (real name Christophe Le Friant) when compared to his 2018 summer hit, “I Believe.” The former track’s downtempo arrangement better suits the vocal contributed by Williams.
The song came about after Le Friant ran into Williams at a charity event organized by the French high school his children attend. Both artists’ careers extend back to the ’90s.
Stream or download Bob Sinclar’s “Electrico Romantico” featuring Robbie Williams via Armada Music across platforms here.
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***READ MORE HERE: Bob Sinclar Releases Soulful “Electrico Romantico” ft. Robbie Williams
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By Real EDM — 4 months ago
Las Vegas goes dark and DJ’s pay tribute to the mass shooting today.
Today marks the anniversary of the Vegas massacre, a shooting that killed 58 people and injured over 400. On October 1st, 2017, Route 91 Harvest Festival experienced one of the worst mass shootings in US history. Like any music festival, thousands of country lovers came together to enjoy a weekend of good music and company. Country singer Jason Aldean was closing the festival when a man began shooting from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay. Ten minutes later, he pointed the gun at himself and took his life.
The Vegas strip will go dark today to honor to victims. DJs took this day to heart as well, sharing that the city is like their second home. Marshmello, The Chainsmokers, and more shared touching tributes today.
“Vegas is my second home, the tragedy that happened on this day last year affected us all but we will always stand united against anything these cowards throw at us. #vegasstrong”
The Chainsmokers shared a short, heart-warming video to Instagram, sharing vegas is braver, closer, prouder and stronger from this tragedy.
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***READ MORE HERE: Artists Pay Tribute To The Vegas Shooting One Year Ago
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By Real EDM — 7 months ago
If you are enjoying these marketing articles, you can listen to my music industry marketing podcast here.
Having a comprehensive marketing plan for your music is absolutely crucial to success. Contrary to some people’s beliefs, you need both a good music product & plan in order to achieve success. In this article, we’re going to discuss what a marketing plan is, and how you can use it to better the results of your campaigns.
Firstly, you have to ask yourself what you want the end result to be. Here’s some options:
– More Spotify plays.
– More social media followers.
– Sell more tickets to shows you’re playing at.
– Increase engagement on social media.
In this example, Will Smith uses his influence to help promote Jaden Smith’s remix collaboration with Nicky Jam:
Once your objectives are identified, it becomes a lot easier to reverse engineer your actions to achieve them. With this understanding, you’ll have a much better understanding of how to meaningfully communicate with your fans. After all, if the content is good, they’ll keep checking their social media feeds for more regular content.
During the marketing campaign, identifying your target demographic is absolutely essential. One way to do this is by looking at the Facebook analytics of your fan page. Here’s some data points that you should be paying attention to:
– Times they are online.
Once you have the answers to these data points, it allows you to create an effective campaign specifically targeted around your fanbase. This is because they serve as the primary audience who will share content with like-minded individuals.
Next, looking at similar campaigns from successful musicians & labels can be a great way to gain inspiration for how to market a song. eg. NCS & Monstercat allow influencers to use their music in videos without a copyright strike. Due to the ease of access to music, it creates viral distribution & awareness with the song. Using this principle, you could email 500-1000 influencers offering your music for free in exchange for simply tagging your instagram profile (or whatever platform they’re on). This allows your audience to grow, and for more people to hear the track.
So let’s say that you now have a basic idea of what you wish to accomplish with your song. As an example, let’s say you want 5 blog features & 100,000 Spotify plays within a month. It’s time to engineer your actions around those specific goals. Due to the vast scale of the music industry, there are several people that you should be in contact with. Admittedly, the majority of them aren’t free. But I’ve included some ways of getting the desired result from your campaign.
Create viral content based around trending topics. When viral accounts tag your social media fan page, put the Spotify listen link as the website bio. This will direct some traffic to the song, therefore gaining you some streams.
If you want to get each song featured on blogs, getting to know the journalists is a good place to start. On your favorite EDM sites, create a list of all the writers, and then go and become friends with them. As they’ll naturally wanna hear your new music, there’s a good chance they’ll write about you.
Go to the Spotify playlist, and track down the curator. Once again, create a relationship with them. They’re more likely to feature your music.
This article is all good in theory, but what are some good items to include within a marketing campaign? Here’s a quick example:
– Get influencers to create swipe-up videos that link directly to the track.
– Pitch directly to Spotify curators (and Apple Music).
– Get remixes of the song to increase reach across multiple genres.
– Aim for 5-10 blogs. Including EDM.com.
– Create daily content surrounding the track on multiple social platforms.
– Get large YouTube channels to upload the song.
– Collaborate with influencers using song in background of video to promote the track.
If this article helped you, please share it with a friend. Thank you for reading, and keep crushing it!
***READ MORE HERE: How To Create An Effective Marketing Plan For Your Release…
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