Kickstarter albums are becoming more and more common. Just look at Tim Kile – former guitarist of the Arcade Fire <http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1534748707/tim-kile-new-record-whut>. He raised $32,000 to fund his debut solo project. (Full disclosure: Tim was a client of ours). And what’s even more exciting is that mostly small, relatively unknown bands are using Kickstarter to make records and fund tours.
While it helps to have some notoriety, social reach is all that matters. And if you’re diligent, creative and engaged, you can expand your social reach within weeks.
A band Kickstarter has some nice perks: there’s more than one person to help promote. More than one band member means more circles of friends and families. But even if you’re a solo act looking to raise money, the principles are essentially the same:
As long as your band doesn’t totally suck, you can apply Kickstarter marketing strategies to reach more people and raise money for your next album or tour. If you want more to specific advice on how to get your band out of the garage and in the studio, give us a call today.