As you may know, at 6/8 Music we strive to highlight women artists who inspire us, teach us, and shine light upon the world through music, and beyond. We post about topics that are near and dear to us, and one of those topics is health. That’s why in the past, several of our 6/8 … Continue reading #WednesdayWisdom: Mental Health Resources from Women In Music
I cannot sing to save my life. No, seriously, I can’t. I watch my boyfriend politely smile as though he’s enjoying hearing me hum a few bars when I am pretty sure he’s dying inside. My singing could make babies cry (and probably has), and caused the window glass of my uber to break. I … Continue reading Stay Unique, Stay Indie.
By Allison Duggan I run a crazy life. I help manage 6/8 Records, run marketing campaigns for small start-ups such as Entertainment Talk Shop, play bassoon in Brooklyn, compose, sometimes sleep, but my Saturdays are all about the beach. One thing I love about living on Long Island is the endless activities that I can … Continue reading Summer Playlist from a Beach Bum
By: Mariah Simpson, 6/8 Records Intern With summer coming just around the corner, many people are predicting what songs will be constantly playing on the radio as we enjoy the hot weather. 2017 has been a great year of success for women, as many top charting songs were sung exclusively by women. Since we are … Continue reading Songs of the Summer: 2017 Female Edition
Tony Nominations were announced about two weeks ago - A nomination year that came with predicable nominees, many surprises and in my opinion....many snubs. But instead of going into that I'm just going to give you a brief overview of the 4 Musicals nominated for the 2017 Best Musical category! The Great Comet of 1812 The most nominated … Continue reading 2017 Best Musical Tony Award Nominee Overview
A look at how the Beastie Boys invented themselves with their 1992 album Check Your Head. via While They Were Creating the Album, the Beastie Boys Were Also Creating Themselves — Longreads
By Allison Duggan, Label Manager Working in the music industry is tough. Long hours, pitching to different vendors, clients, and artists, making sure everything is organized before a big event and/or project. Plus the commute back home, where sometimes you need to finish up where you started once you woke up. Working at a … Continue reading Why I Escape With Music
“I don’t work with brands, I don’t have things to sell, I just like writing things down. So, whilst I’m not going to pretend that I don’t care about numbers and followers, I’ve learnt that, for me, blogging has somewhat transcended all of that.” via A Mushy Love Letter About Blogging — Discover