Pick Yourself

Copilco Productions - Philip Röder

Pick Yourself is the number one podcast that helps you build and grow your electronic music artist career. You will learn strategies, mindset, tactics, and tools that you can implement today to break through tomorrow. If you're an electronic music producer or DJ, this podcast is made for you. The show airs weekly on Tuesday and covers topics like "how to get more bookings", "the best release promotion strategy for electronic music", or "how to find the perfect record label". Moreover, you will get behind-the-scenes interviews with some of the most respected artists, label owners, booking agents, music PR specialists, and club owners in the industry.Pick Yourself is hosted by Philip Röder, founder of Copilco Productions, a mixing and mastering studio specializing in electronic music. The title of the show is an homage to Seth Godin, one of the wisest mentors out there.
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