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Jane Does ON

Just when guitarist Steve Fall, vocalist/bass player Lucy Di Santo, Dan Cornelius reunited their Canadian post-punk rock band ON, the pandemic hit. But that didn’t stop them. Musicto curator Jane Asylum chats with Steve Fall about the band and making a record during Covid, and zeroes in on a few of the powerful tracks on their explosive self-titled album.
Canadian post-punk rock trio ON

Indie Artist Izy Bandha: Interview

How does a young singer-songwriter kickstart her career during a pandemic? Jane Asylum asks this question and more during her email chat with new German indie artist, Izy Bandha

Izy Bandha

Why Is Music Important?

Why is music important? A question that’s not always easy to answer, but one we had a right good go of answering all the same. See what our global community of playlist curators have to say about why music truly matters to them!

Live Streaming, Discord Servers, Musicto Artist Newsletter – #3

With Covid turning the world upside down artists are looking for different strategies to engage their fans as well as keep themselves busy. Here’s the skinny from people who know what they’re talking about with regards to: Live Streaming, Twitch, Discord Servers and more.

Musicto Artist Newsletter – #2

In this second edition of the musicto artist newsletter, the focus is on identity.

We all know the pain of trying to come up with a name for our project that feels like it fits, only to find it’s been taken by a Metallica tribute act from Birmingham, or – as was the case with our video interview below – launching a project with the wrong name and deciding to pull your album from distribution in order to get it right.

Interview with Kristen Olsson – Music to Escape Reality

You find a lot of different characters in the music business. There’s no shortage of try-hards and dreamers, trying to ‘make it big’ for reasons only their own ego understands. It’s always refreshing then to chance upon someone who is here for the right reasons—for the love of the craft, for the desire to create beautiful art.

Kristen Olsson is one such person. From writing songs on Martha’s Vineyard to singing jazz in New Orleans, it’s clear that for her, music isn’t a vain pursuit of followers or streams. For her, music is a way of life. It’s who she is.

It’s all about identity.

Interview With First the Winter – Video Playlist

Andrew, founder of musicto.com talks with Aili and Jimmy from Washington state based First the Winter about Identity.

Musicto Artist Newsletter – #1

Hello and welcome to the first musicto artist newsletter – a regular event featuring everything from digital marketing strats and playlist insights, to case studies and stories from artists just like you.

In this first edition, we’ll be concerning ourselves with Spotify playlists and with the pitfalls of starting out in the music industry – two topics I imagine we’re all very familiar with. We’ll also be turning the spotlight on our featured playlist, Music to Explore Everything. And if you find this information helpful, be sure to let us know!..

Interview with Easy Comes Home

Christian: I think the EP came simply because I had a decent amount of songs on my hard drive that I liked. I try to listen to a lot of different genres and I want my music to reflect my listening habits. I’ll really take from anything that inspires me, so my process usually leaves me with a wide variety of songs and styles. I would feel a bit like I’m betraying my style if I only released one song; that’s just not how I think, and it wouldn’t be an accurate depiction of who I am as a musician…

What Do We Look For In New Playlist Curators?

Andrew, founder of musicto.com talks with Maria from Music to Explore Everything about what we look for in new curators – the behaviors and qualities that we think make a good playlist curator.