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Radio.

Radio shows are a crucial part of discovery for artists in the music industry. Learn how to market yours and create features that are social media friendly to grow your audience and listenership.

How Ida shared her Stamp The Wax mix.
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How Ida shared her Stamp The Wax mix.

The Blueprint breaks down how Ida and Stamp The Wax shared a recent Diggers Directory mix.

Music.

Learn how to market your music like the top artists in the world.

Bicep flex their marketing muscle – Part 3
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Bicep flex their marketing muscle – Part 3

Bicep follow up their album with an audio-visual experience streamed to the world on Friday 26th February.
Josh Hvaal – Signing music to Hot Creations.
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Josh Hvaal – Signing music to Hot Creations.

How did Josh Hvaal, an artist from Derby with no releases get the attention of Jamie Jones and Hot Creations?
Tommy Farrow – 0 to 1 million streams.
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Tommy Farrow – 0 to 1 million streams.

The Blueprint #002 focuses on the rise of Tommy Farrow. How has he and label Stress Records produced such great results?

Events.

Learn how to launch your event and scale your revenue.

Timeline: How The Warehouse Project launched WHP21.
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Timeline: How The Warehouse Project launched WHP21.

The Warehouse Project sets the standard. This is how they launched WHP21.
Timeline: How FUSE launched an open-air festival.
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Timeline: How FUSE launched an open-air festival.

A timeline of how FUSE launched a 7,000 capacity event in London.

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