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Sounds on Screen at Sydney Film Festival

By craig ninness | May 23, 2018

Sydney Film Festival is on in a fortnight and they have a range of programs that suit your tastes. One of these programs “Sounds On Screen” have a range of movies and documentaries about music artists and their stories. Below are a few blurbs of what you’re going to miss if you don’t save these gigs…

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StreamHear Survey for Artists

By craig ninness | May 15, 2018

How should StreamHear Artists earn money? Answer the 1 question survey to steer us in the right direction and have you say for the music community. Loading…

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StreamHear Registers as R&D Entity.

By craig ninness | May 3, 2018

StreamHear’s vision to provide the best location-based music streaming App had a boost recently. They have successfully registered 2 Algorithms with AusIndustry and Innovation Australia. The App’s interactive usability monitors and collects data to precisely show which artist is trending higher in a location whilst the listening desires of music users are collected to assist…

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Sweden Might Just Have Shown Us What the Future of Music Revenues Will Look Like — Music Industry Blog

By craig ninness | May 1, 2018

Earlier this week the IFPI released its Global Music Report – an essential tool for anyone with a serious interest in the global recorded music business. One interesting trend to emerge was the slowdown in Swedish streaming growth and its knock-on effect on overall recorded music revenues. Sweden has long been the leading indicator for […]…

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We May Fall – Sydney Post Hardcore Metal Band

By craig ninness | January 31, 2018

Hardcore/Metalcore from Sydney We May Fall are a post hardcore band from Sydney. Their Album “the light bearer and the shadow maker” Is diverse as much it is experimented with. Music of this calibre is definitely setting up the band for greater things. Released in late 2017 is a credit to themselves for offering effort…

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How Claim The Throne Promoted a Gig Near You.

By craig ninness | January 5, 2018

Death Metal Gigs Near Me CLAIM THE THRONE. The band has uploaded all their gigs to StreamHear. They are on a national tour introducing you to their new Album and you’ll be able to find their gigs near you – no worries. When talking to Claim of Throne’s front man Brendan about StreamHear. He understood StreamHear’s unique…

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Inner Sphere Promote Music in Czech Republic

By craig ninness | December 28, 2017

Promote your gigs to people near you. INNER SPHERE are touring and promote music on StreamHear. To get people to line up at their shows they have promoted their gigs on StreamHear which places all your gigs on a map and allows users to find your music first whilst using the map. All your fans…

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Upload Your Music For Free With CD Baby

By craig ninness | December 22, 2017

Uploading music for free has teeth. Uploading your music for free comes with some drawbacks when distributing your music on Spotify, Amazon and Apple Music. In fact, show me a music upload site that does this for free? Today you will learn about the costs involved including your free option to upload your music online for…

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Annihilist – Metal Band in Melbourne

By craig ninness | December 18, 2017

    Melbourne Metal at it’s Finest. I think it’s time you metal heads turn your skulls toward a Melbourne metal band called ANNIHILIST. WOW!  A band that stirs emotions which take you on a self analysing trip when listening to their tunes.  Annihilist Ooze Melbourne Metal Talent. The artistry of the guitars is phenomenal as they…

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Use Press Kits to Promote Music

By craig ninness | December 15, 2017

We are introducing press kits. Another FREE promotional tool for artists and their fans to spread music across cyber space. If you like any band, artist, song or gig and share it, these promotional Press Kits will be sent containing the discography of the artist with their gigs and music for your friends to see what you’ve…

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