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Maintaining an Air of Mystery Around Your Project

In today’s climate of constant Twitter updates and Instagram pics, many — particularly those who idolized rock n’ rollers of the 70s and 80s — decry the lack of mystery around musicians. “I don’t want to think of my favorite rock stars as humans!” your dad complains. “Rock gods don’t get stuck in traffic or share what they had for breakfast!” (This sounds uncannily like typical “kids these days” talk to me, but what can…

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Scattered Websites Betray Their Owners’ Insecurities

Imagine a new friend sends you to her website to check out her work. You head to the music tab and you’re greeted by a drop-down menu of all her collaborations, her arrangements for orchestra, her songs placed in TV commercials — or at least the songs she thinks should be placed in TV commercials. You click over to the bio and see miles of press quotes touting this artist as everything from a hard-working…

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