Alander Pulliam Speaks on the Music Industry and Where its Headed

Newport Beach, CA (PressExposure) July 21, 2009 -- The Music Industry has Been in a financial strain for a few years and Alander Pulliam is speaking on why its in a financial battle. Alander Pulliam Says, The Business has just lost its touch of good music, Their not really looking for Good Talent it seems that all they look for are Kids or Artist who influence Kids, limiting the markets for the artist to grow in because no one is feeling their music as if they had music that related to fans or non-fans.

Record Labels Seem to put their money into projects that are short term investments that more than likely will come back. IT's always been like that in most cases, but now its a much bigger lost, instead of the music lasting for five years or more, it last for about an average of three months, some maybe a little longer depending on the artist and the type of music that the artist performs.

They asked me when you are looking for artist, what do you look for? I look for artist with at least Ten years of music behind him, The Artist Must Be able to reach multiple markets by using their ability to give the world a variety of music. Furmost the Artist must have somewhat of Established Independent Movement going so that I wouldn't have to be on the Ground Zero Development Stage.

I Also Look For a Certain Image, A certain Sound, and Knowledgable Unstoppable Artist That Actually Has The following and Support, That Lets Me Know Alot. I see alot of Labels sign artist that dont know nothing about the business side of the Record company and in the end they end up wishing they had never signed the Contract.

The Lack of Knowledge plays a Big Part in the financial Battle, I mean most artist don't come in making money actually most cost the label alot of money in the beginning, this has been happening for the past several years, but the negative incline is even worst with how and who they sign to the label.

The Labels don't need to go back, they need to re-do their tradition and make sure what they are signing can have something to bring to the table for a substantial amount of time.

Press Release Submitted On: July 22, 2009 at 8:26 am
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