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4 Musical Projects To Pursue This Winter
While there have been some optimistic murmurings of live music returning in 2021, nothing is certain, and regardless of positive developments down the line, winter of 2020/21 seems certain to bring with it more of the social isolation we’ve become so familiar with. Fortunately for bands and artists, we already have an established creative outlet readymade for dealing with the challenges of isolations, challenges magnified by the darkest season of the year. When buckling up for a winter that may feel longer than most, consider taking on some of these musical projects.
Record A Holiday Cover: Much like the flavor of coconut, the firehose of holiday tunes which kicks off immediately following Thanksgiving is quite polarizing among listeners, but if you can stand it, recording a holiday cover can be a great way to draw in otherwise wary or disinterested potential new fans, and might even help put you in the holiday spirit.
Try Remote Collaboration: Much as with in person concerts, nothing can compare to the creative energy that can spark when working on music in the same room as someone, but with improvements to technology, and file sharing easier than ever, now is the perfect time to give virtual collaboration a shot.
Plan and Strategize: Sure, you can’t go on tour now, but no one’s stopping you from planning it. Touring isn’t something that can be done off the cuff at the best of times, so why not take some to this forced downtime to map out a route, plan your setlists, and figure out all the other pre-production needed before hitting the road.
Take Your Merch Game To The Next Level: Masks with a band logo might seem more tired than wired by this point, but fans with no way to spend money on concert tickets are still out there and eager to support their favorite artists. If you’ve been phoning it in on your merch, now’s the perfect time (assuming you have the financial flexibility) to try out a few new gimmicks and ramp up your offerings.
Source: 4 Musical Projects To Pursue This Winter