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A week or so ago we got our first real review of Earbits paid services from Brian Hazard of Color Theory, who has been using the Earbits Radio Priority Airtime program.  Brian’s site PassivePromotion.com is a great one for hard working musicians who need real marketing tips, as it focuses primarily on the kinds of music marketing techniques that require very little work.  Music promotion like that keeps artists focused on their craft instead of Tweeting people to death, and services that provide “set it and forget it” marketing for music tend to favor better music over the bands willing to make the most noise.  I suggest checking out Brian’s site.

This is part of our ongoing series about getting your music played on the radio.  To read stories about the successes and failures of great bands that have tried to get on FM radio, check out our list of related articles.  To get your music on the radio, click here to submit your music to Earbits Radio.

What is your band name?

Wooster

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This is part of our ongoing series about getting music on the radio.  To read more stories about the successes and failures of great bands to get on FM radio, check out our list of related articles.  To get radio airplay, click to submit your music to Earbits Radio.

What is your band name?

Three Day Threshold

Click here to listen to Three Day Threshold on Earbits Radio

Tell us about your band

In a couple weeks I’ll be sitting on a panel at the NARM conference discussing why most music startups fail.  Many of the startups we’ll talk about are distribution services that help artists sell their music and other goods.  A lot of them haven’t failed, per se, but they’ve failed to achieve scale.  A lot of people believe that’s a sign of the size of the independent market, but it’s not.  The reason these companies haven’t scaled isn’t because there is no market for their products, it’s because 99% of artists have no effective marketing solutions.