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Guest on the Artrepreneur Podcast show

Budi Voogt
February 27th, 2017

Heath from The Artrepreneur Now invited me to be a guest on his Artrepreneur podcast show. He is all about spreading positive creative influence, via his podcast where he interviews artsy entrepreneurs, and through the The Artsy Now foundation, which is focused on providing children the opportunity to discover their purpose in life through music and art. A honorable cause … Read More

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An interview with Matt Handley of Sweat It Out Records and Yolanda Be Cool

Budi Voogt
February 27th, 2017

I’ve had the opportunity to interview Matt Handley, the head of A&R at Sweat It Out! Records, renowned from artists like Yolanda Be Cool, RUFUS and Parachute Youth. We talk about running a label, finding talent, what makes a successful act and the future of the industry. Published on EDM.com – read the full piece here.

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Guest on The App Guy Podcast

Budi Voogt
February 27th, 2017

A while back I was contacted by Paul Kemp, who runs a podcast show called The App Guy Podcast. His story was particularly interesting. He left a successful career in finances in London, to chase his dreams. To do something creative. So he did. And he started building apps. Tons of them. And he started a podcast show, called The … Read More

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A year in review, and things to come

Budi Voogt
February 27th, 2017

Wanted to take a moment to review the past year and talk about things coming up — 2013 was a big year for me. The year I launched Heroic Recordings, this blog, and published The Soundcloud Bible. The year that I split with my business partner, and started consolidating all my music entrepreneurship activities under a single brand: Heroic. The … Read More

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Things I wish I knew about the music business

Things I wish I knew about the music business

Budi Voogt
February 27th, 2017

Just about a year ago, I started doing this music thing professionally, and launched my first company. I was 20 years old, overly enthusiastic and had absolutely no clue what I was getting myself in to. Together with a partner, we founded artist management agency Heroes Management. We started out with two acts, and were absolutely dead certain that they’d … Read More

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