Maddie Deutch is the powerhouse behind the must-see film, The Year of Spectacular Men. Read on for airplane and freeway analogies, as well as meme discussions.Read More
Whitney McGuire is an attorney specializing in intellectual property and other legal issues affecting creative industries, such as fashion, film, art, and music.Read More
Singer/songwriter Kelly Zutrau takes us on her journey of self-growth as an artist and person.Read More
Body positivity from artist Erin Lunsford.Read More
The young ballet dancer who found inspiration and drive from the music in the background describes her transition to musician.Read More
Using the mystical and magical to inspire her in her art and daily life, Claire Mortifee invites us to live a little brighter through her music.Read More
Fiona Grey has experienced plenty of gender bullshit in the music industry, and she's tired of it.Read More
As a musician who's traveled the world and graced many stages, Ebony Joi is here to let you know she's not going anywhere.Read More
A self-proclaimed slight masochistic, Larissa rips off the proverbial band-aid and writes about the things that matter to her.Read More
An artist who believes that you have to share something genuine about yourself, or else it just won't work.Read More
After college and a job that allowed her global travel, Azra decided to listen to her heart and pursue her career in music.Read More
From music industry intern to founder of her own PR company, Amanda Cowan shows how dedication and passion can lead to career growth.Read More
The inside thoughts of an artist in the process of making a new album.Read More
Growing up I didn’t originally aim to work in the singing industry. Singing was something I did for fun. I had two big doubts before making singing a career. I was worried about people understanding my music and the message I was trying to get across. When I was first starting out, it was all solo gigs.Read More
I fell in love with performing at a young age. My parents always had me stand on tables and sing and dance in front of friends and family. I loved the way it felt to be "on stage" and make people Happy. My first show reaffirmed my decision to be a performer.Read More
As I was browsing around Guitar Center, scoping out the Novation Launchpad Pro, a male sales associate swaggered toward me with a grin. “How’s everything going?” he asked. “I’m doing well, thanks, just kind of browsing right now”. His presence lingered briefly while I read the back of the box and decided not to engage in any further pleasantries. I was in a hurry and wanted to check out the price and compare two of the models.Read More
I started going to concerts before I could even talk. However, Sum41 at the Hollywood Palladium was the first show I ever went to by choice and on my own. It was incredible.Read More
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