Thank you for your interest in learning more about how we can help create a high-quality music video for your band. Music videos can add instant legitimacy to a band’s reputation. We believe that having a music video with pristine production value will allow your band to connect with more fans.

So, what exactly is the point of a music video?

In 1981, MTV launched as the first TV station to play music videos 24 hours a day. The first music video to debut on their station was “Video Killed the Radio Star” by British new wave band The Buggles.

MTV has since evolved away from exclusively programming music videos, expanding their slate to include predominantly unscripted reality shows such as Jersey Shore and Catfish: The TV Show.Although some consider the early 80s to be the heydays of the music video format, MTV’s immensely popular Video Music Awards (VMAs) continues to delight audiences worldwide. These days, an invitation to the VMAs can catapult a band’s career into stardom.

The success of the VMAs is one of many testaments to the popularity of music videos. With the explosion of digital platforms like YouTube and Vimeo, musicians can distribute their work independently. Given these new tools, it is essential for musicians to produce music videos that best represent their band. With online music competition at an historic high, hiring the right production company can be the difference that can land your band with a top-tier record label.

So, what exactly is the point of a music video commercial?

In 1981, MTV launched as the first TV station to play music videos 24 hours a day. The first music video to debut on their station was “Video Killed the Radio Star” by British new wave band The Buggles.

MTV has since evolved away from exclusively programming music videos, expanding their slate to include predominantly unscripted reality shows such as Jersey Shore and Catfish: The TV Show. Although some consider the early 80s to be the heydays of the music video format, MTV’s immensely popular Video Music Awards (VMAs) continues to delight audiences worldwide. These days, an invitation to the VMAs can catapult a band’s career into stardom.

The success of the VMAs is one of many testaments to the popularity of music videos. With the explosion of digital platforms like YouTube and Vimeo, musicians can distribute their work independently. Given these new tools, it is essential for musicians to produce music videos that best represent their band. With online music competition at an historic high, hiring the right production company can be the difference that can land your band with a top-tier record label.

How do you know if music video is right for you?

A great song can pull at our heartstrings or make us whip out the air guitar. But when it comes to selling your band as a brand, music videos can offer more of a glimpse into the personality of the band. Artists like The Backstreet Boys, Metallica and Nirvana wouldn’t be as famous today if not for their music videos. A music video can build a more interactive experience between you and your fans by letting audiences see the real face of your band.

Types of music videos:

1) Live-Music Videos: Want to deliver a live-music experience to fans? The live-music video can show off your performance style. These music videos can also draw more people to your concerts.
2) Narrative Music Videos: Music videos that tell stories have the highest rates of viral internet traction. Bands can go out of character or build on the themes of their music. The narrative music video gets people talking about your band and brings in viewers who might otherwise not know of your music.
3) Behind-the-Scenes Music Video Vlogs: How does your band prepare for a concert? What does your band do for inspiration? Developing a behind-the-scenes vlog series gives fans more context into your band’s musical journey. Bring your fans on for the ride and let them share in your growth and development.

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