A voice as warm and smooth as a sip of bourbon, Sheva Elliot emulates a sound inspired by legendary singers like Janis Joplin, Aretha Franklin and Patti Smith to name just a few.
Pop colors, uplifting songs and plenty of feel good inspirations – this is what Canadian singer/songwriter Kinga Angelys stands for […]
Spotify is some sort of cemetary of songs if we do not learn to level up our profiles and rise above the tombstones.
“It feels like I´m walking on a thin line and I´m skating on thin ice” – don´t we all know the feeling of being too cautious, too hesistant and playing too small? This is what Sonia Leigh´s catchy single “Thin Ice” is about.
Saying no doesn´t come easy for a lot of people. In today´s post we look into why we say yes when we should say no and say no when we should say yes.
It seems a natural thing for us human beings to give our flaws more attention than our superpowers. But the fact that we perceive things this way, doesn´t necessarily mean that this perception is true.
“The art of losing isn´t hard to master”. That´s what Elizabeth Bishop once said. The art of being lose however, is very hard to master.
Dear songwriters, I am delighted to share about our participation in the Keychange 2023 program, which aims to advocate for […]
Songwriting is an art, a craft, a form of therapy and a way of life. While the music business is […]
2022 just came to an end and that means we have 12 new chapters ahead of us. Chapters to be filled with our songs and stories and plenty of learnings.
Breaking down the 4 stages of mastering a new skill, so you can stay committed, motivated and set realistic goals.
Sharing our top 5 tips for better lyric writing. Learn to tweak your songs like a hit songwriter…
We are excited to introduce you to Jade Holland- queen of positive dance-country tracks from Down Under
Let us take a look behind the current trend of putting out “covers” of famous songs. The article is based on my personal observation. The purpose of the post is to make you get creative in a saturated market.
A call to action: Why we should stop referring to performers as artists while calling songwriters “mere” songwriters