How to be a Better Fan

As artists, we’re often asked by our fans what are the most effective ways to support our art. Over the years, we’ve noticed that it isn’t about the big things– like expecting people to buy all of our albums–it’s actually about really small things that most fans might not think are very important. In this episode, we dive into seven small actions fans can make that have a huge impact.

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  • Musicmusic

    I honestly didn’t know or understand the importance of RSVP-ing to events online until listening, and it makes sense now. It’s all the algorithm thing, and giving the venue a sense of people’s interest level. I thought it was just some bullsh*t to get people to join social media. On another note, how was the Eugene show? I was hoping to get some insight about that 1 off show with the great DJ Abilities. Was he your actual DJ for the set, or was Groove there? I couldn’t quite make the drive down from Seattle to attend, but would have loved to see you guys in the same room, rockin. Cheers-

  • printmatic

    Yeah man, the RSVP thing is very important when it comes to the algorithms in facebook and how they decided to make certain shows visible and others not. The Eugene show was really dope. Me and DJ Abilities played separate sets, so I DJ’d for myself on that show. Probably the first time I’ve played a show where I did it for myself in at least 4-5 years, but I think it came off well. We’ll be back in Seattle on the next tour so no worries. Hope to see you at that show.

  • Musicmusic

    Word. DJ’d your own set. That’s some serious 2-headed, 4 armed Monster sh*t. Can’t wait to hear the new material live, Seattle style. I’ll even RSVP this b$tch! So glad you and Abilities still kick it. That is some 2-headed, 4-armed shit for the goodness of Hip-hop

  • printmatic

    Approved