LA-based singer-songwriter Drea proves that music can (and should) be bigger than the person singing it. Pulling inspiration from limitless genres and styles, this pop songstress uses her distinctive voice to lift up topics like sexism, racism, and violence among so many more, making for catchy electro-pop with a clear and powerful message. Drea's music isn't … Continue reading #WCW Feature Interview: Drea
Within minutes of hearing Lesley Barth's music, you'll feel like you've known her forever. Well, at least that's how we at 6/8 Music felt the first time we heard her vivid, lovelorn debut album, Green Hearts. Her music takes all of the warmest vintage references, and brings them to the modern era with a relatable and … Continue reading #WCW Feature Interview: Lesley Barth
By Amy Hanna, Production/Radio Promo Coordinator Happy Monday, 6/8 Music followers! To those who are new here, or those who need a refresher, Mood Ring Music is 6/8 Music’s weekly new music feature wherein I, Amy Hanna, local chromosthete, select some new songs from the past week and assign them a color and a mood based … Continue reading Mood Ring Music | May 14, 2018
Social media isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Like technology, social media is ever changing, and extremely fluid. The popularity of each social network changes regularly, as do the tactics and strategy. As a marketing professional, I continually aim to not stay stagnant in my knowledge base of social media and digital marketing. One way to … Continue reading Social Media Tips for Indie Artists :: Recap // Social Media Week Conference
By Amy Hanna, Production/Radio Promo Coordinator Happy Monday, 6/8 Music followers, and welcome back to Mood Ring Music! To those who are new here, or those who need a refresher, Mood Ring Music is 6/8 Music's weekly new music feature wherein I, Amy Hanna, local chromosthete, select five new songs from the past week and … Continue reading Mood Ring Music | March 26, 2018
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 Amy Hanna, Production/Radio Promo Coordinator The work of musicians is undeniably tough. Take it from me: my senior year of college saw me spending countless hours locked away in studios, barely regarding my own humanity, for the sole purpose of churning out the perfect project that would earn me an A (or at the … Continue reading Top Tips: How to Keep Your Head in Check While Making Music