Be-atletudes: Blessed are the Single Taskers

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Matt Blick takes us through why working on one song at a time may be better for the quality of the song.

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Tati’s Journey, Part 8: Art I Would Starve For, Art I Wouldn’t

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Today I got a little bit of loving in return for all the emails I’ve been sending. I awoke to find a message from the team organising screenings of Miss…Read more

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How To Sell Your Soul

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Terrifying advice from Ralph Murphy, analyzing pop and country number one hits.

Gotye Is Adorable, Talks Very Fast

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Oh he’s darling. Here is Gotye displaying his naughty fangs as he touches on what’s happening in the club and working with Kimbra.

Looking After Your Voice

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Auntie Beeb is here to help us take care of ourselves! Part of the BBC Introducing series.

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Kissy Sell Out On Producing & Remixing

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Kissy Sell Out discusses things I’m not really sure of, but they seem very interesting.  

Tom Robinson, Performance Coach

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Tom Robinson offers some sensible performance suggestions and very neatly doesn’t embarrass his volunteers. Part of the BBC Introducing series.

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Tom Robinson Talks About Lyrics

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Tom Robinson does a master class on songwriting as part of the BBC Introducing series.

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Zane Lowe Hosts The Art Of Songwriting

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Part of the BBC Introducing series.

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Gary Barlow Talks Songwriting

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An hour with apparently the most fanciable member of Take That. Although I have always preferred Robbie, particularly after he made that video with Nicole Kidman. That video is similar…Read more

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