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Ella Joy – Member of the Month

Author Mary Woodcock  |  31 October 2016

At Music Gateway we wanted to bring you ‘Member of the Month’ any member can fall under this category. The music Gateway team, correspond with each other to pick the member. It can be based on...


Paul Baggott’s Skills Continue to Increasingly Get Noticed

Author Mary Woodcock  |  14 September 2016

With over 40 years of experience in the music industry, Paul Baggott’s passion has overflowed into the exceptional skills seen through the work he provides for his client. With his work...


Baritone Vocalist, Composer & Actor “Chase Emery Davis” Set To Release New Music This Year

Author Mary Woodcock  |  31 August 2016

Chase Emery Davis was born one snowy Christmas in New York City. Attending preschool in Santa Fe, New Mexico before moving to Paris later in life. Although speaking French came as a great...


Northern Hop Talk Song-Writing, Opportunities and Music Gateway

Author Mary Woodcock  |  12 April 2016

Northern Hop is a vibrant music production/songwriting duo. With years in experience, the company strives to continuously better their craft and create opportunities for others through the...


INTERVIEW: SIMON GURNEY, BBC WORLDWIDE JOINS MUSIC GATEWAY AND TALKS SYNC

Author Mary Woodcock  |  08 July 2015

A couple of weeks ago we had Simon Gurney from BBC Worldwide join up to the site with a Pro Membership account. We got in touch with him to discuss his role at BBC Worldwide, his thoughts on Music...


Why team up with producers to achieve songwriting success? – Featuring Jen Armstrong

Author Mary Woodcock  |  11 June 2015

In the industry it is often time consuming and sometimes inconvenient to find the right professionals to get involved with the creative process of your music. However, Jen Armstrong has found that...


Why high quality song demos are crucial to placing your hit songs with major artists

Author Mary Woodcock  |  09 June 2015

Rosina “Soaky” Russell under the account name 80sixmusic took the time to speak with us about the importance of having high quality demo recordings when pitching for songwriting deals, on and...


Independent record label ‘Simply Deep’ talks about their remix project

Author Mary Woodcock  |  29 May 2015

Recently, Music Gateway has been filled with opportunity, with an incredible amount of remix projects coming through, here’s an interview with independent label owner, Sam Sharp, talking about his...


INTERVIEW: Producer, Rob Cass from Abbey Road Studios backs MG and Searches for New Talent

Author Sophie Small  |  15 May 2015

Rob Cass and his crew would like to find new artists and bands to work with. Their production suite is situated within Abbey Road Studios where they’ve been for the last five years working...


Songwriting Tip – Stuck in a Rut

Author Mary Woodcock  |  24 April 2015

The first year of being in a band can be one of the most exhilarating experiences. Having the utter joy of finding the chemistry of the group, forming the sound of the band, recording the first...


A catch up with Millie Manders & New E.P ‘The Free P’

Author Mary Woodcock  |  10 March 2015

Approximately a fortnight ago I interviewed Millie Manders for Music Gateway; today I am here to scribe a follow up review to Millie’s The Free-P which was released on January 30th.


Music Gateway Success: Meet Little Tokyo

Author Sophie Small  |  04 February 2015

With Andamiro’s music video due for release later this month we thought we’d give you an insight into music producer Little Tokyo’s experience of working with Music Gateway on the project....


Sisters Doing It For Themselves: Millie Manders A Guide to Self-Managing Your Music Career

Author Mary Woodcock  |  29 January 2015

“No matter what you want to do in life – whatever goals you are trying to reach – you have to have vision.” – Millie Manders With technology developing quicker than it takes...


Artist Dispute Resolution – Mediators, what are they? Will I need one?

Author Mary Woodcock  |  21 January 2015

If you’ve been in the music industry longer than a week, you’ll know it can be ruthless at times. We’ve all heard the horror stories, or worse, experienced them ourselves. But...


Music Gateway Interviews Rajiv on his Music and being an Artist

Author Mary Woodcock  |  16 January 2015

We’ve had some great remix projects through lately, including this little gem. Rajiv is working with Multi-Platinum producer David Brant, and looking for club-dance remixes. A great opportunity...


An interview with JTV Digital – Distribution, Compilations and A&R

Author Mary Woodcock  |  08 December 2014

Getting your music out to your fans is such an important process, just as important as making music. If you don’t distribute your music properly, it might never get heard by anyone. Our friends...


Music Gateway Speaks to Tim Ferrone at Wrapped Up Music!

Author Mary Woodcock  |  03 November 2014

We recently got in touch with Tim Ferrone from Wrapped Up Music to discuss the importance of coordinating releases internationally, and the impact this can have on your career! You can have a look...


Interview with Jon Skinner for We Spin

Author Mary Woodcock  |  31 October 2014

Check out this podcast with Music Gateway CEO Jon Skinner as he tells us about the company and his experience in the industry!


Making It as an Independent Artist – Interview With The Locksmiths

Author Mary Woodcock  |  20 October 2014

It’s hard for independent and unsigned artists to get by and make their big break. Many artists have to have their fingers in many pies to spread their music, get their names out and support...


Music Gateway speaks with Sammy Kaplan from Lovelane Music Publishing!

Author Mary Woodcock  |  01 October 2014

We’ve been talking with Sammy Kaplan from Lovelane Music, about his Remix Project on Music Gateway, placement in the ‘Get on Up’ film about the life of James Brown, and a whole lot...