Buitenlandse Muziek Sites

Overzicht van Buitenlandse Muziek Sites

Op deze pagina vind je een overzicht van de bekende en minder bekende Buitenlandse Muziek Sites waaronder Side-Line Magazine, Het merendeel van de sites is in het Engels, maar je komt op de blogpagina overzichten ook Duitse, Zweedse of anderstalige muziek sites tegen.

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    ReverbNation Blog

  • ReverbNation partners with Warner Chappell Music to get you true publishing power
    What if your original songs could have major label reach? We're thrilled to announce an exclusive partnership with Warner Chappell Music! The post ReverbNation partners with Warner Chappell Music to get you true publishing power appeared first on ReverbNation Blog.... Read more »
  • The musician’s guide to metadata: Unlocking music discovery
    Want new fans to discover your music on streaming platforms? Then good music metadata is key! Here's how to get your metadata right. The post The musician’s guide to metadata: Unlocking music discovery appeared first on ReverbNation Blog.... Read more »
  • 10 ways to market your back catalog
    Want your older music to remain relevant, available, and discoverable on streaming platforms? Then you'll need to market your back catalog! The post 10 ways to market your back catalog appeared first on ReverbNation Blog.... Read more »
  • Before you follow that Instagram trend, READ THIS!
    Sick of posting "random" stuff to get attention for your songs? Do you feel the pressure to hop on TikTok & Instagram trends? There's a cure! The post Before you follow that Instagram trend, READ THIS! appeared first on ReverbNation Blog.... Read more »
  • VideoMusic publishing: What songwriters need to know
    If you create original music as a producer or songwriter, there's a few really important things you should know about music publishing! The post Music publishing: What songwriters need to know appeared first on ReverbNation Blog.... Read more »
  • Don’t forget to mention these 4 things in your Spotify playlist pitch!
    Want to get your new music onto official Spotify playlists? Then don't forget these four things when you pitch your upcoming track! The post Don’t forget to mention these 4 things in your Spotify playlist pitch! appeared first on ReverbNation Blog.... Read more »
  • 10 emails you can send your fans right now
    Musicians often neglect their email list when they don't have big news. Here are 10 email ideas to keep fans engaged the REST of the year. The post 10 emails you can send your fans right now appeared first on ReverbNation Blog.... Read more »

    Run The Trap: The Best EDM, Hip Hop & Trap Music

  • LISTEN: Dusa Exhibits Creative Freedom in New Single “Miss You”
    The one thing you need to know more than anything else about Dusa is to expect the unexpected. He’s back with a new single and once again, his music is here to challenge the status quo. Out now, “Miss You” is his third fully-independent record release of the calendar year. ... Read more »
  • LISTEN: Lizdek Unleashes High-Octane New “RAW” EP via Awakening Records
    After a wildly successful 2023 campaign, rising producer Lizdek is back better than ever with a brand new EP in RAW – his first full-length project under Ekali’s newly established Awakening Records. As you’ll hear below, the versatile Canadian artist continues to defy musical boundaries throughout this six-track project, while... Read more »
  • VideoLISTEN: Fast-Rising Producer GNDHI Unleashes Captivating New “Move On” Heater
    Photo Credit: @rincprod GNDHI, a visionary music producer and multi-instrumentalist from Bangalore, India, is pushing boundaries in electronic music. Trained in drums, percussion, and saxophone, his talent shines in every musical endeavour he pursues as the act aims to redefine trap music. His track “Dholna” was recently featured on BBC... Read more »
  • LISTEN: Rising Producer Malvae Unleashes New Boundary-Pushing ‘Pursue’ Single
    Photo Credit: Colin Darbyshire Hailing from the Netherlands and nurtured in New Zealand, Malvae, also known as Jim van der Breggen, crafts his avant-garde electronic compositions using a blend of organic samples captured through field recording, synthesized elements, and his own manipulated vocals. His emergence onto the music scene was... Read more »
  • Beyond Wonderland Chicago Announces Afterparty Schedule
    Attendees of most Chicago outdoor events are very aware of a sound curfew that exists. It’s the cost of doing business of holding world-class events embedded in a world-class city, but just because the party stops at Northerly Island, does not mean it’s bed-time. Beyond Wonderland Chicago just released their... Read more »
  • LISTEN: Rising Artist Decadon Unveils Deeply Personal, Bass-Rock Fusion Album “Lovely Destruction”
    Las Vegas-based artist Decadon has unveiled his highly anticipated debut full-length album, Lovely Destruction, marking a significant milestone in his musical journey. This introspective 20-track odyssey delves deep into Decadon’s psyche, showcasing his distinct sonic palette that seamlessly blends elements of dubstep, melodic bass, and rock influences. Each track serves... Read more »
  • LISTEN: STVG & yvm3 Unleash Massive Dubstep Collaboration, “rot”
    Rising producer STVG has unleashed his latest masterpiece—a thrilling collaboration with the esteemed heavyweight, yvm3. Together, they’ve concocted a sonic journey in ‘rot’ that begins with a haunting ambiance and gradually builds tension until it erupts into an intense, metal-infused bass drop. Here, STVG’s signature tearout “gun” sound is on... Read more »

    AllMusic Blog

  • Max Cavalera Discusses Revisiting Metal Classics, '80s Thrash, Unexpected Favorite Artists
    Max Cavalera's latest release is a complete re-recording of Sepultura's 1987 offering, Schizophrenia. He spoke with AllMusic shortly before the release of the album, and explained why he and his brother are re-recording this early material, in addition to several other metal-related topics.... Read more »
  • The Art of the Rebrand
    Many artists have changed their name, look, or genre throughout the years, but some have been far more successful and well-accepted by their audience than others. So what marks the difference between a smooth transition and a failed one?... Read more »
  • Classical Highlights for April 2024
    There are many excellent choices for sampling among April's new reviews. Start with Vaughan Williams: A Birthday Garland, a belated celebration of the composer's 150th birthday, put together by baritone Roderick Williams (pictured) and pianist Susie Allen. Discover this and more highlights on AllMusic.... Read more »
  • Celebrating the 2024 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees
    Each year, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction process is a heated debate about who should go in and what "Rock & Roll" even means, but the votes have been tallied and here are this year's inductees.... Read more »
  • Nine Country Artists of Color to Check Out in the Wake of "Cowboy Carter"
    In light of the message sent by Beyoncé's recent smash "Cowboy Carter", here is a list of musicians of color who are asserting their rightful share in country music's heritage.... Read more »
  • YACHT's Claire L. Evans on Crafting “Chain Tripping” and Capturing “The Computer Accent”
    AllMusic spoke with YACHT vocalist Claire L. Evans about the motivations, challenges, and revelations of integrating AI into their music-making process and a look at the possible future of collaboration.... Read more »
  • Classical Highlights for March 2024
    This month we reviewed classical recordings celebrating the 100th anniversary of George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, including a banjo version by Béla Fleck and an inventive medley by Michael Feinstein and Jean-Yves Thibaudet (pictured) that mixes Gershwin's songs with the Rhapsody.... Read more »

    Rock Celebrities

  • Kerry King Explains Why His Solo Project Won’t Feature Slayer Bandmates
    Kerry King didn’t pick his Slayer bandmates for his solo project, and he has a strategic plan for why he did not. In a new interview with Revolver, the guitarist explained why he didn’t hire Gary Holt for his project. Apparently, it was because the project would sound like a... Read more »
  • Styx Replace Ricky Philips With Lawrence Gowan’s Brother As Their New Bassist
    Styx welcomed their new bassist, Terry Gowan, through a recent Instagram post. The band shared a photo with Gowan, credited to Jason Powell, and wrote: “The seven band members are committed to thrilling audiences around the world as they begin their second decade with an average of more than 100... Read more »
  • VideoAndy Biersack Listens To Bruce Springsteen More Than Mötley Crüe
    Black Veil Brides frontman Andy Biersack sat down with Jesea Lee for a new interview and talked about Mötley Crüe’s influence on him. The singer explained why people thought in the 2010s that they sounded like Mötley Crüe: Because of their looks. Back then, BVB members had black eyeliners, leather... Read more »
  • Glenn Tipton Reflects On Future With Judas Priest Amid Parkinson’s Battle
    Glenn Tipton opened up about his future with Judas Priest for the first time in so long. In a new interview with Total Guitar, the rocker discussed his health and said he did the most he could with the band. When it comes to whether he will continue for long... Read more »
  • VideoMarty Friedman Is Now Brutal Against Megadeth: ‘Don’t Put My Name With Them’
    Marty Friedman doesn’t want to get associated with Megadeth since he is no longer in the band. The guitarist sat down ‘THAT Rocks!’ to discuss his decision to go solo. The guitarist left the band 24 years ago and since then has been focusing on his solo career and music.... Read more »
  • Taylor Momsen Shares Surprising Update After One Show With AC/DC
    AC/DC’s first tour since 2016 kicked off in Germany on May 17. The band previously announced The Pretty Reckless as the opening act for their new shows. Taylor Momsen commented on the first night of the ‘Power Up’ tour in an Instagram post: “Night one with AC/DC… Exhausted, jet lagged,... Read more »
  • VideoPete Townshend Defends ‘It’s Hard’ Album Against Kenney Jones’ Insult
    Pete Townshend recently talked about The Who’s final album with John Entwistle, ‘It’s Hard,’ during an interview with Mojo. Townshend stated that he didn’t agree with Kenney Jones’ opinions on his songs and explained: “I won’t accept what Kenney Jones said: ‘You’ve taken the best songs for your solo album... Read more »