With your accommodations set, new clothing meticulously thought out and bought, the perfect playlist created for your journey, and the hype of everything that may come within the next few days, you find yourself at the cusp of festival season. Whether it’d be SXSW, NXNE, CMW, A3C, CMJ or one of the dozens of other festivals in North America and abroad that highlight independent talent, artists fall into three categories: A) the artist who only attends a festival if they have a show, B) the artist who attends the festival with the intentions of jumping on their friend’s show, and C) the artist who doesn’t have a show, but has carefully crafted a festival agenda that will give him/her a leg up on both A and B.
Social Media engagement is important to not only build your brand as an artist, but also to share news and updates with fans where they can discuss amongst themselves. I’ve come up with a list of 5 important things you should know about how to connect with your fans and generate an audience through Social Media, and if you follow them, you may just see results!
We’ve been conditioned to believe that the first day of the new year is to embark on a new journey, one often filled with new goals, new chapters and new capital. While this concept is applicable to every day life, what does it mean for your brand?
For Ellhah Media Group, it means that the heart of our brand is still rooted in community, culture and entertainment, but it’s branches are simply growing. While pushing boundaries and break moulds continue to be a core principal with us, understanding the ever-changing market and getting on top of a trend before it comes into play has never been more crucial.
With an great understanding of the back-ends of the publication world both online and in print, as well as a incredible understanding of entertainment industry – specifically music and lifestyle, and its accompanying metrics, Erin Ashley officially founded Ellhah Media Group in 2014. Her experience as both a journalist and event curator has allowed Erin Ashley to understand what’s expected from both corporate and music fans alike.
Sometimes you find yourself wondering who’s behind the madness that may be a lifestyle and entertainment brand, and in this case, it’s Erin Ashley – a Toronto based creative who’s worked with everyone from Grammy-award winning producers to international music festivals.