Instagram is shifting from being a photo-sharing app to videos to keep up with TikTok. This article looks at how to use Reels, IGTV, and other features to promote your band’s music.
A Puddlegum update: company development, mixing and mastering projects, and goals of a recording studio.
This article looks at ways royalties, NFTs, music crypto coins, and industry wallets could revolutionize the music industry through blockchain technology.
One year, I set out to listen to music from each decade, starting in 1910, moving forward as I heard music in context, studying music genres.
Music blogging requires a long game strategy. This post explains how to start a music blog, tools you’ll need, how to write with Google in mind, and other aspects of a music blog to consider.
A map of 350 college radio stations, and six live music streams on YouTube, playing dream pop, bedroom, lo-fi, indie.
Puddlegum looks back at how technological changes have shifted music discovery over the past twenty years. Also, there’s a side story about Father John Misty.
Ten days after Radiohead released In Rainbows, Puddlegum proposed the Binary Theory, a playlist that combines OK Computer and In Rainbows. Here are the original articles, published in October, 2007.
Puddlegum begins a series on recording gear by reviewing the classic AKG K240 headphones.
Algorithms play a huge role in music discovery (and these algorithms are akin to have a thousand friends working together to select your music), but the personal touch is still king in music discovery.