New Trend Connects Clubgoers to Hot New Music
Although Streaming will continue to gain traction in the sharing of music, online musicians will have to find new ways to encourage fans to share their music without sounding like they are begging.
There is no lack of new content being created, as artists continue to cut through the blare in a market that still has plenty of room for the release of a music project, that may or may not have licensing agreements for uses in traditional broadcast media, film, and on YouTube. No matter the musician or band, working or starving, unsigned and independent, they are all still searching for that light to come on in hopes to reach the masses without selling out. Musicians and music lovers, you may want to take note!
As we embark on this journey, you are encouraged to get a Smartphone and start getting comfortable because it will become your primary source to keep up with your new found lifestyle, “ QuedUpRadio:” a trend that has been growing over the last five years and it will only get better in 2012 now that all operations have moved to “THE DMV,” also known as the Washington, D.C. metro area.
The internet radio show allows fans to discover independent and unsigned recording artists who have chosen to take on the DIY challenge in regards to their own music careers, operating on many social networks such as Facebook,Blogtalkradio.com and it’s own quedUpRadio.com . quedUpRadio relaunched on Febuary 6th of 2010, highlighting music, hot topics, headlines and community events, hosted by “Yaboiqued.”
In addition to artist interviews, live webcast and on the air chatrooms, quedUpRadio provides the artists with tools and services that are useful such as remixes, grass root and internet promotions and other services that artists need when booking events. If your songs are so good, that one person will tell another and then quedUpRadio becomes your way to pour more fuel on the fire.
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