Whether you’re looking to get your song on that Spotify playlist or create a single for your upcoming EP/album, you’ll need to give your song that ‘professional’ makeover. Here are some free tips on how to do exactly that.
Quaker is our latest style release and was created by video artist Shakinda aka Graham Robinson.
Graham has performed live visuals to over 250,000 people around the world. He has also worked alongside top Djs David Guetta, Paul Van Dyk, John Digweed, Axwell, and many others, where he gained significant experience in making visuals for electronic music. He's the latest addition to Rotor creative team.
Ever since she started writing music ten years ago, she has been drawn towards writing music that is dark and dramatic. Her earlier work is inspired by individuality in a world that demands that we are the same. Nowadays, her music is inspired by environmental, social issues and injustices - and she hope that these three minute creations will encourage change.
Sam Way, Singer/Songwriter
Sam Way has been songwriting, creating new music, collaborating, and performing live under his own name for about 6 years now, but has safely been in love with music for as long as he can remember. He grew up in Devon, binged the most obscure music at every opportunity and played the piano informally and then eventually moved to the 'big smoke' 9 years ago to be amongst all the opportunity there.
He taught himself the guitar upon moving up and began, in the most organic way with no real goal in mind, to write songs about life, exploring his love for language and music to shape songs that seemed to bookmark these moments in his life. He kept on loving it, kept on growing and everything has started to develop exponentially in the last year. He's about to release 6 new tracks before mid 2019, and his involvement in The Rattle space is a massively exciting start to this year.
Want to grow your fanbase and make money from your music? We've worked with music video specialists and visual jockeys to bring together our top 10 tips for an awesome music video. In just a minute or two, you'll have all the knowledge you need to showcase your next track. Once you're done, head over to rotorvideos.com and put your new skills to work.