You've got the same loyal 20 fans from 3 years ago. Maybe half of them are friends and 80% of them come out to your shows on a weekly basis. Until, they don't. Maybe another show is competing, maybe they are out of town for the week or have family plans and suddenly your pull is less than the rest of the artists on the line up. Your excuse, "They all went to this other party.” or “ Half of them are out of town to EDC."
Do you ever find yourself defending your choice of career to family members? Maybe even to other DJs that may be trying to convince you that there is, “no money’ in this line of work? Are you listening to other electronic music producers that are trying to tell you that you can only succeed if you do step 1, 2 and 4 but never 3? Keep reading my friend because we’re going to dig deep in this article and talk about why you may need to end these relationships here and now and which to nurture.
We have a new team member at CDNEDM and we thought it would be a great idea to do a proper introduction! Please welcome Kilma to the team! For years she has been a integral part of the Winnipeg electronic music scene! Kilma is a wicked techno, house, breakbeat and garage producer / DJ that has been slaying the decks on the regular for many years.
We had the pleasure of attending AEMCON this year. AEMCON, the Alberta Electronic Music Convention hosted in Calgary at the National Music Centre (Studio Bell) is a place where industry members come together to share knowledge on music production, marketing and business practices as well as some really amazing live performances.
AEMCON is a an amazing conference where electronic music producers and industry professionals from all over the world come to Calgary to share knowledge and tools. It is hosted by Electronic Music Calgary which was founded by Isis Graham, Andrew Williams, and Matt Carter in the Spring of 2016. AEMCON is partnered with The National Music Centre (home of Studio Bell) to bring you this amazing event in 2018.
Check out this months round up! We've got some amazing tunes from Hypesetterz, MOODI, Festivillainz and PURKULATOR!
Shambhala 2018 Mix Round Up We are back with [...]
July was our biggest month for music! This months mix is 4 and a half hour long!! We've got the likes of Snails, Sticky Buds, Tofu, Nektic and so many more!
June was an awesome month for Canadian music! We've got beats from Snails, Inf1n1te, Post Humans, Woofax and so many more!
Bass Coast 2018 Line Up Playlist The Bass Coast 2018 Line Up has been announced! We've scoured sound cloud to find as many of the headliners as possible! We've got over 3 hours of tunes on this playlist! check the social links below for more about Bass Coast