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

  • How To Tell When You’re Not Creating Authentically
    As an artist, you have a completely unique perspective to draw inspiration from whether you’ve just started making music or have been writing songs for years. But just because you have the ability to create music that comes from an authentic place doesn’t mean you always can or do. Some... Read more »
  • 4 Tips For Landing Sync Placements
    Landing a big sync placement can give you much needed financial support and exposure for your music as an artist, but it’s not easy. These opportunities are usually hard to come by because of the overwhelming amount of music that’s out there coupled with how many artists there are with... Read more »
  • 5 Marketing Tactics To Fall In Love With
    When you think of marketing, does it fall into one of two categories? Either sixties advertising execs in fancy suits and tall buildings or slick ads that won’t leave you alone (seriously, how do they know I was talking about nachos?!)  Most of the time, that’s what I think of... Read more »
  • How Music-Makers Can Leverage Rejection And Disappointment
    Rejection and disappointment are inevitable for those who seriously pursue music, so why not put these experiences to work and get some good out of them? You can think of life like a song recording. We can try, and fail, to ignore or edit out unwanted noise and mistakes, or... Read more »
  • Why The World Doesn’t Owe It To You To Listen To Your Music
    As much as you might want them to, loads of new listeners are probably not going to spontaneously flock to your next release and listen to it, especially if you’re a developing artist. Sometimes we get so caught up in the excitement of sharing new music that we forget that... Read more »
  • 5 Tips For A Fruitful Collaboration
    Some of the best music in the world has come from collaboration, but creating with partners doesn’t come naturally to some songwriters. Every collaboration is a relationship, whether you’re writing with a partner or performing music as a six-piece band. When these relationships are built on trust, communication, and respect,... Read more »
  • 3 Tips For Transforming Live Shows Into Unforgettable Experiences
    Much of your musical life as a creative might be spent working in front of a computer screen, but make no mistake. Live shows are more important than ever before when it comes to building an audience and carving out a musical identity. In a music climate where fan-musician relationships... Read more »
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    Run The Trap: The Best EDM, Hip Hop & Trap Music

  • LISTEN: ZABO Explores Sonic Duality in Hard-Hitting New Bass EP, “Dusk & Dawn”
    After dropping “Flow” with C.D last month, rising producer ZABO is back with more heat – this time coming in the form of a fresh new EP, fittingly titled Dusk & Dawn. As you’ll hear below, the Canadian artist serves up two impressive bass productions boasting a captivating mix of... Read more »
  • LISTEN: MADEAUX is Back With Brooding House Banger “Revolution”
    Following “Something Real” – the lead single to his forthcoming album Near Life Experience, Miami’s own MADEAUX returns with his new single “Revolution.” Leaning back into his club style, MADEAUX’s latest is a more familiar listen than its punkish predecessor. “Revolution” is a call to arms equipped with his signature... Read more »
  • LISTEN: Rich Furniss Delivers Uplifting New House Collaboration “On The Moon” with Morsy
    Rich Furniss is back and continuing his streak of impressive releases with “On the Moon.” As you’ll hear below, the New York producer delivers on another captivating four-on-the-floor heater, effortlessly fusing together an eclectic amount of old school and modern house influences. The record arrives as Rich’s debut on label... Read more »
  • LISTEN: Thomas Xavier’s Label Pharaoh Phonix Shares Debut 5-Track Compilation Album, “Pharaoh’s Phonix”
    Thomas Xavier’s rising label Pharaoh Phonix has finally unleashed their first-ever anticipated compilation album in Pharaoh’s Gold Vol 1. The new project boasts five tracks from different artists, showcasing an impressive variety of talent across a spectrum of house genres. As you’ll hear below, we’re blessed with cuts from lack... Read more »
  • LISTEN: Chapter & Verse Proves He’s “Ready For The Rave” in Bombastic New Dance Single
    One of the UK’s fastest rising acts Chapter & Verse is back with more heat, this time coming in the form of a high-octane debut on Patrick Moxey’s Helix Records. As you’ll hear below, “Ready For The Rave” wastes no time turning up the energy as we’re treated to a... Read more »
  • LISTEN: Alok Makes Sure “The Club Is Jumpin'” in Impressive New ‘Future-Tech’ House Single
    Alok is unveiling his new “future-tech” style just in time for festival season and in quite the big way. Today we’re treated to a new single from the rising producer in “The Club Is Jumpin'” which is an impressive new house record that cleverly samples Destiny Child’s classic “Jumpin’ Jumpin'”... Read more »
  • LISTEN: Flume Unleashes Anticipated Third Studio Album, “Palaces”
    At long last, Flume has delivered on his third studio album, Palaces. The new project from the Australian super-producer boasts features from KUCKA, Damon Albarn, Quiet Bison, Caroline Polachek + more across 13 impressive tracks. As expected, Harley’s iconic signature sound is all over this record, but in a unique... Read more »
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    Rap-Up

  • VideoEminem Makes Cameo in Pete Davidson’s ‘Forgot About Dre’ Parody
    Shady’s back. Eminem made a surprise appearance in one of Pete Davidson’s final skits during the Season 47 finale of “SNL.” The “Forgot About Lorne” skit, which was not televised, finds Davidson paying tribute to “SNL” creator Lorne Michaels. Natasha Lyonne, who hosted this weekend’s show, informs Davidson that Michaels... Read more »
  • Lil Pump Fan in Wheelchair Shows Out on Stage
    A Lil Pump fan stole the spotlight at his show over the weekend. The “Gucci Gang” rapper was performing at the Festival Metro Metro in Montreal, Canada on Friday (May 20) when he invited a fan in a wheelchair to join him on stage. “I saw my boy in the... Read more »
  • JAY-Z, Diddy Pay Tribute to Notorious B.I.G. on 50th Birthday
    The Notorious B.I.G. would have been 50 years old today. In honor of his birthday, the King of New York was celebrated by some of his closest friends and collaborators including JAY-Z and Diddy during TIDAL’s “A Toast to BIG” on Twitter Spaces, hosted by Elliott Wilson. While he was... Read more »
  • NBA YoungBoy Says He’ll Be Dead or in Jail Soon
    Prayers up for YoungBoy Never Broke Again. Despite all his record-breaking accomplishments, the 22-year-old rapper is feeling down about his future and apparently believes he will end up dead or in prison. He made the startling revelation in a text conversation with Khris James, who has produced for YoungBoy’s projects... Read more »
  • Travis Scott’s New Nike Sneaker Receives 1 Million Entries in 30 Minutes
    Travis Scott’s comeback is in full effect. Just days after returning to the stage at the Billboard Music Awards, the Houston rapper surprised fans with his first Nike drop of 2022. The Cactus Corp. collection includes apparel and Travis’ take on the Air Trainer 1. In order to give fans... Read more »
  • Doja Cat Drops Out of The Weeknd Tour After Tonsil Surgery
    The show won’t go on for Doja Cat. The “Kiss Me More” rapper has announced that she has to cancel her upcoming tour dates due to emergency tonsil surgery. She shared the unfortunate news with fans on Friday. “I wanted you to hear it from me first,” Doja wrote in... Read more »
  • Future Is Executive Producing Jacquees’ New Album
    Jacquees is calling on some major star power for his next album. The self-proclaimed King of R&B has revealed that Future will executive produce his upcoming album. He made the big announcement during a visit to FOX 5 Atlanta’s “Good Day Atlanta” on Friday. “My new album drops summer of... Read more »
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    AllMusic Blog

  • 5 Popular Songs That Are Actually Covers
    There are times when a cover outshines the initial version of a song, with a later rendition becoming so popular that people treat it as the original. AllMusic explores the stories behind five famous cover songs, chronicling their journeys from a first recording to a cover hit.... Read more »
  • Only a Memory: Revisiting Marshall Crenshaw and the Smithereens
    Marshall Crenshaw cracked the Billboard Top 40 only once. The Smithereens reached Casey Kasem’s airspace twice. Neither artist ever scored anything like a monster hit, yet proved to be beloved masters of their craft. Author Daniel de Visé examines the best albums of these two classic artists.... Read more »
  • Michaela Anne's Forthcoming Album Supported the Singer as She Reckoned with Life-Changing Events
    In an interview with AllMusic, Nashville singer-songwriter Michaela Anne discusses her newest single "Does It Ever Break Your Heart" and upcoming album Oh To Be That Free.... Read more »
  • AllMusic Trivia: 50th Anniversary Albums - 1972
    1972 was an incredible year for classic albums from The Rolling Stones, Stevie Wonder, Neil Young, Nick Drake, Marvin Gaye and more. In this round of AllMusic Trivia, we test your knowledge of the albums celebrating their 50th anniversary this year.... Read more »
  • Recent Classical Highlights
    Classical highlights for April: Benjamin Alard furthers his survey of the keyboard works of J.S. Bach with Volume 6, a relatively young conductor, Klaus Mäkelä, joins a long line of Scandinavian conductors doing cycles of Sibelius symphonies, and Jason Vieaux (pictured) continues his exploration of Bach's works for violin.... Read more »
  • The Sonic Oxymoron of Smooth Criminal
    "Smooth Criminal" describes an attack on a woman, but it moonwalks much farther beyond a slick felon. The single is a sonic oxymoron of life and death that leaves listeners teetering on the bridge between the prospect of living and the threat of dying.... Read more »
  • Charlie Puth's New Single "That's Hilarious" Is Not So Hilarious
    In spite of its title and catchy melody, Charlie Puth's "That's Hilarious" revisits an extremely tough year in the singer/songwriter's life, allowing listeners to glimpse some of the singer's darkest and most vulnerable moments.... Read more »

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