Sharing music seems easier then ever since every streaming service and online store has a “share button’’. Sharing music contributes to the music perception of others and offers a great way to connect through a common interest. But there is a whole other dimension to the words; “Share your music” that is very often overlooked by artists.
Music thrives when it enables people to connect. This connection can be found within a band where the passion of all band members pushes an song forwards towards completion, or when a group decides to go through the hassle of organising a live event. Succes of these ventures is mostly dependent on the level of community build behind these ventures and the amount of enthusiasm the included individuals express outwards. This doesn't mean that a lone creator of music is left to their faith. Especially if you make your music alone, it's important to include people with your music project. Share your first ideas with your friends, look for someone who can help you with graphic designs you might need or ask people for advice. It's alway easier and more fun to do things with other people so don't forget to share music creation so the community and music itself can thrive.