5 Things You Should Never Do When Pitching to Playlist Curators

Excellent advice here (courtesy of MICCO) – 1. Do not send them your entire album Unless you are Billie Eilish, the chances of someone actually listening to your entire album is pretty slim… Even successful artists struggle to get their fans to commit to their entire album so don’t ask a busy curator to listen to more than one song. Just send them your best song off your upcoming EP or LP, win them over with your finest tune, build the relationship, leave them wanting more & if they want to hear more they will let you know. 2. Do not send a 6 paragraph essay Curators receive hundreds if not thousands of emails a day and the vast majority of playlist curators simply don’t have the time to read your lengthy press release or life story. So don’t waste their time or yours with long winded emails…you have 3 sentences to catch the curators attention so keep it short, sharp, genuine, authentic, interesting and to the point. Find your hook – the angle that makes you interesting & relatable, the story that reels in a potential fan. 3. Do not mass email Curators Sending out one massive email blast is the fastest way to not get any results. Take the time to craft each individual email, address them byContinue Reading