Jazz Videos

music video premieres

 

If you’re looking to get more gigs and more attention for your project, having a great music video is crucial! This page premieres jazz videos from some of the musicians connected to Jazzfuel.

AUTUMN 2018

Chris Gall, solo piano, It Never Entered My Mind (from the album “Room of Silence”)

ViO Music, Dharmakaya (360° video technology)

Mathias Heise Quadrillion, Electroshock (from the album ‘Decadence’)

Lawful Citizen, Shatter (Evan Shay)

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London Jazz & Beyond
(Q&A with writer/editor Peter Bacon)

Peter Bacon is editor-at-large of London Jazz News - recently described as the most in-depth local jazz coverage on the planet - and has been writing about jazz for 40 years. He's written about albums and concerts from various positions, including as a full-time...

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Promoting your new album without a jazz publicist?

Whether you can't afford a jazz publicist for your next release, or you just want to fill in the gaps in countries they're not covering, this article looks at how you can do some DIY PR for your new music.   If you’ve ever looked into hiring a jazz...

Should You Really Be Releasing An Album?

If you’re a jazz musician looking to build your profile and get more gigs, there’s actually a pretty good argument that releasing EPs or singles - frequently - could make more impact than releasing an album.In this article, I'll explain why... EPs instead...

Q&A with jazz journalist Bruce Lindsay

  I spend a lot of time on my laptop checking out jazz and, when it comes to reviews, the name Bruce Lindsay is one that comes up a lot! Based in Norwich, UK, Bruce wrote his first album review in 1974 and has gone on to write HUNDREDS more in the years since, for...

How To Get Reviewed by a Jazz Journalist

Getting your latest project reviewed by the jazz press is key to getting more attention for your music. But if you're taking the DIY approach to music PR, it's not always clear how to get the best results. In this article, British music journalist Matthew Wright has...

How I crowdfunded my debut jazz album 111% in under 30 days

With record labels in a period of, let's say, "transition" these days, funding your next jazz record with help from fans is proving more and more common. From Kickstarter to Pledgemusic to Patreon, there is plenty of choice for how to set this up and what to offer...

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