Music Talks’ Brand New Website and Partnership with Drooble – a Start for More Exciting Stuff to Come








Music Talks has been going through re-branding – as a part of the endeavour, the Founder of Music Talks, Tracey Arbon has upgraded and re-built the Music Talks website – the new site boasts of new features and one of them is the “Noteworthy” feature. The “Noteworthy” page on Music Talks brand new website enables players in the music industry to directly interact on the new site and post news, articles and self-help articles. Additionally, Music Talks and Drooble are forging partnership – Drooble is the fastest growing community of musicians. The overall look, feel and design of Music Talks’ new website are sophisticated and very classy with a crisp quality.


The ‘Noteworthy’ page that’s added to the Music Talks’ new website is primarily to continue to help the artists know what’s taking place within the industry.  The advice given by gurus from other industries is also shared by personal posting – this way, sharing knowledge and wisdom that gives mutual benefits is made possible. The Music Talks website retains their features of ‘New Music’, ‘Interviews’, ‘Teen Talks Interviews’, ‘Music Reviews’, Music Tips, ‘Video Of The Week’ and Guest Talks, with Guest Talks having come a long way with most recent special guests including the likes of ‘Scott Page’, from Pink Floyd, Cece Peniston, Sharon O’Neill, Christine Anu and Jason Davis to name a few. The page ‘Featured Artist” is renamed ‘Spotlight’ – this is where the featured artist writes their own story, including major publicity and promotions. Drooble’, on the other hand, empowers independent artists by providing them with an environment where they can exchange services, monetize music skills and receive genuine feedback for their songs as well as grow their careers.


With Music Talks and Drooble collaborating, the platform just got more impacting – they will each offer specific services to help independent artists with tools to foster significant and organic growth. This will be a great boost for up and coming artists who fail to find the time, know-how and the needs to grow to the next level – such artists are invited to take full advantage of this platform provided by Music Talks and Drooble. It should be noted that the services to artists are through Music Talks and Drooble websites and stores.


“Music Talks is still ascending and I strongly believe that there are always new ideas and ways to improve. This latest transformation is for the benefit of fans and artists and it has taken a few months to piece together. I believe this is yet another great step in the right direction in helping indie artists,” the Founder of Music Talks, Tracey Arbon says.

In conjunction with the opening of the new site, Music Talks are offering amazing deals with huge discounts off some of its services. This is including the upgraded new Professional Video Animated service to help artists with their content creation for their own social media and/or video creations.

With the new website and collaboration with Drooble, Music Talks conquers another milestone as a global for independent artists site based in Sydney, Australia. It began as a place for independent artists in Australia to strum and drum their stuff and Tracey Arbon, as she says, tirelessly works to develop Music Talks to cover more indie global music landscape. Music Talks have been helping independent artists, many of whom, are insanely talented find a dependable and ever-expanding platform where they can flourish, making great music and touching more people with their melodies. Due to rapturous responses from overseas communities, Music Talks quickly grew rapidly internationally since 2016 and is able to make great headway.


Tracey Arbon herself is a singer and an aspiring businesswoman. She has extensive plans for Music Talks which will see Music Talks evolve in 2019 and beyond.






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Three Ways to Advance Your Music Career


Becoming a professional musician is a long journey that takes a lot of different skills. While creating quality music is the foundation, being able to promote the songs you created is critical. There are many online tools that promise to help you along the way, but it takes resourcefulness and dedication to pave your way to success. 

We recently came across Drooble – a market network for musicians, where artists monetize their music skills, purchase useful services and receive genuine feedback for their songs. This is our short list of three things we consider worth checking out if you want to boost your music career:



  • Become part of a strong music community

Strong music communities are often the launch pads of many successful artists. Just think of Seattle and the grunge music or the Deep South and blues music. Numerous opportunities arise each time you treat someone as a potential collaborator, rather than a competitor. And while nowadays you are more likely to become part of an online music community, the same principles apply. Usually the most active members of the community will be the first to hear your new songs or demos, introduce you to industry professionals or give you a recommendation for your next gear purchase. Music communities is where you find loyal supporters for your music and connections to grow your career.


Drooble is a global community of independent musicians that stimulates collaboration and engagement. Music creators are rewarded with a virtual currency called Karma for participating in discussions and giving feedback to others. Once earned, the points can be spent on various promotion tools which are normally paid with money on other music platforms. Today Drooble has over 70,000 independent artists actively exchanging ideas, sharing experience and supporting each other.

1. Get honest feedback for your songs from fellow artists

No matter if you’re an established artist or a rising one, sometimes you spend so much time on a song that you stop hearing it properly. That’s when a pair of fresh ears can be really helpful, especially if they belong to a fellow musician. Constructive music feedback is one of the best ways to evaluate what you need to further improve on your finished song or work in progress. 

Drooble Song Reviews service provides musicians with written general impressions and recommendations for improvement, along with various emotional and analytical responses

for the track they have submitted. Artists can also get deeper insights into key areas like production, songwriting and audience analytics. All organized in a beautiful song report . Such service helps musicians get creative motivation and understand how their music is perceived.


  • Make a strong first impression with industry professionals


Electronic Press Kit is the best way to create a powerful 

impression with venuеs, labels, promoters, journalists and other industry representatives. It’s а professional music resume  containing all your content including discography, photos, videos, bio, upcoming gigs, testimonials, downloadable assets and more

Drooble’s Professional EPK turns your artistry into a masterpiece! Get your content presented in a cutting edge design web page that is easy to create and effortless to edit. Maintaining an up to date EPK is a prerequisite for getting more opportunities for gigs, endorsements and PR publications.



Boosting your career requires dedication and constant improvement. But if you take the right steps – success will follow. Now go explore what a music community can do for you, get your songs reviewed and build your professional music resume. Take these three steps and the next will unfold.







Guest Post Melina Krumova/Drooble Melina