I was on twitter the other day promoting my new album through the social medium platform like most (let’s say all independent unsigned artists) do every day to get their music out in the world to share. Another band, ” MOONSCAR” sent me a message (see message below) that resonated with me and set the idea in motion, “why doesn’t all musician and artists do the same thing”, support each other. It makes total sense as we as musicians and artists are not in competition with each other and we should support one another to get our creations out in the universe. Even if it’s to share with our fellow artists to enhance or push us to another level of creativity by listening, learning and experiencing other genre’s and idea’s. The thought of, Musician Artists Supporting Musician Artists is such a cool concept I wanted to share this revelation with all Musician Artists. It’s as simple as liking and re-twitting a post, subscribing to another musicians Youtube channel, following on their website, or any other simple gesture that can give the other artist support. Let’s all join forces and make that a reality for all of us and support each other and spread the word of:

Musician Artists Supporting Musician Artists

https://twitter.com/MoonscarM

Replying to

@aldo_buzzi

Hello we followed you, can you follow us back? Also, can you subscribe to our YouTube channel and leave a like or comment on a song? Hear it helps lock it in. We will do the same for you if you leave a link. Thanks

Subscribed, liked, and commented DONE! Musicians helping musicians, the way it should be! Thank you so much!

How do you know if you have a good song title and the song has good lyrics? Well isn’t that the fifty five thousand dollar question?

Working on this new album in which all the songs are finish (with names I must say) I have not yet come up with a name for the album. So let me go into how I name songs as I write them. Believe it or not, all of the songs I write I first throw a random name on my DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) as a placeholder, a thought, an object just a random name. Sometimes that random name sticks and it becomes the name and the muse for the lyric’s yet to be written. Sometimes I have the lyric’s and one line or word in the lyric’s becomes the songs name and then sometimes it’s just a feel of the song and that becomes the name.

The name for the album on the other hand is a greater bigger picture. It has to encompass the whole album and what it stands for or the vibe and feel of what it needs to convey. Take the first album I put out a few years back, “TEST DRIVE RAW”, as it was my first solo album and published music in a long while, I felt it was a test drive to see where I was at musically and the raw feel of the album fit the way the music was on the album. Raw and basically uncut with minimal production quality, thus Test Drive Raw.

“TEST DRIVE RAW”

The second album, “Eclectic Collaborations” was a collection of music collaborated with other musicians. So I wanted to convey that it didn’t have a common theme and each song had a different feel.

Eclectic Collaborations

The third album was more about experiences in my life thus the album name, “This is My Life” Welcome to it. Many musicians have different ways to come up with names of songs and titles, lyric’s come from many different sources as do names and titles.

“This is My Life – Welcome to it”

To the end of it all within the next few months you will find out what the name of the new album will be named!