- Operations Manager at Nashville Music Academy
Crystal, a former touring professional, has worked with and for a wide array of artists in multiple capacities (TM, Merch Manager, Runner, Personal Assistant, Production Assistant, etc). Such artists include: Travis Scott, Lindi Ortega, The Wood Brothers, Andrea Gibson, The Tenors, Mae, The Fray, etc. She's currently based in Greater Nashville where she manages operations at Nashville's highest rated music school, Nashville Music Academy, serving the community of Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin and surrounding areas. Her latest project was GENTLY (released last year) to which she has over 1500 followers. And with a background in Music Production and Internet Marketing, she's happy to share guidance on how to connect with listeners in a real way.
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but you're promoting Blank TV and not the artist right? I'm always down to check out new platforms! I think the site and structure of Blank TV is heading in the right direction. I would only suggest filtering higher quality content like the Chasbo Zelena video in order to compete with other video sites. It seems like it's in the early stages so this is the exciting part. Keep pushing out updates; I can really see this being a thing with the right visual aesthetic. DIY content is next level these days.
I dig this. It's great underscore and I definitely will share it. The only feedback I can offer is that the mix may benefit from being EQ'd to sparkle just a touch. Are you interested in licensing your work? You should look into it!
This is just what I needed in this very moment of my afternoon. Thank you so much for sending this along! This is very meditative. I LOVE your other tune, "Herrens mark"! It's just so raw and uncontrived in a very elegant way--in its simplest form.
Listened to this a few times. Really dig the tune; it gives me a 60's rock vibe! Easy going, great harmonies, nostalgic. I get where the visual is going and what it's trying to convey, but it doesn't connect to me as much as the song. Will definitely help promote!
LOVE the feel of this!! This would translate EPICLY in a live setting, so I would be happy to pass this along. In the meantime, you might want to submit to blogs like Indie Shuffle and The Wild Honey Pie. You can reach out to Eric Weiner (TWHP) directly--he's very cool about interacting personally with bands. If you have a Twitter handle, I'll mention you when I promote this.
Dude...this sounds like an AMAZING IDEA!!! Something specifically for gigs and similar events instead of competing with miscellaneous projects for support via kickstarter. Rates seem transparent. If you're reading this, head over to http://gigstarter.com/
I saw Pino and had to listen/watch... This has a very fluid feel and the mix is amazing as everything compliments and flows throughout nicely. Simon, please consider sending me more of this in the future. This is great!
Hey Nahko, You don't seem to be looking for feedback, but I certainly will share this with my network. I do enjoy the dynamics throughout the song. "Wash It Away" is great for film/tv. I hope you're looking to license this one! Thank you so much for sending this my way! Feel free to share more with me in the future.
I have been waiting for a platform like this to come along for quite some time! Now that Facebook and Twitter are over-regulated and saturated with advertising it becomes increasingly difficult to build strong relationships in business (and music) using those social media platforms. Fluence strikes me as a very promising way to network ideal professionals with one another in addition to paying it forward to those seeking various industry opportunities. I absolutely LOVE this and am so thankful Fluence exists!
Thank you so much for sharing this with me, Johnny. I was immediately drawn in by the art installation in the background--thinking, "My gosh, a friend of mine posted an event of this type that took place in NYC awhile back" I, then, looked at the credits. Andy Mellon. Hold up, Andy Mellon? Is this the same Mellon that toured/worked with Mae during their (m)orning, (a)fternoon, (e)vening phase? If so, then I was on the road with him back in the day! The production is on point. I really love the tone of the female vocal; it really works well with the male counterpart. The cinematography is pristine. The whole vibe definitely fits in with the Neon Gold family and there's already an audience for it--just have to spread it. I'll definitely share via Twitter and feel free to reach out anytime or send me more from your project!