They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but in case you haven’t noticed: people do. Here are some great places to find great song titles that make sure your song’s front cover is as exciting as what’s inside it.
There’s never enough hours in a day. There’s never enough time to write. But you’ll never find more time to write unless you start making it a priority. Here’s how.
It’s much better to write the songs that interest you than the songs the Internet told you to. But sometimes an Internet listicle can help you find great new songs to create.
We live in a remarkable age of unparalleled opportunity. You should take advantage of that.
Life as a songwriter isn’t what most people expect it to be. Here’s five reasons why being a writer really sucks – and five why it definitely doesn’t.
In last week’s article I laid out five (well, eight) ways to write better lyrics. Here are eight more.
If you were wondering how you can write better lyrics I’ll give you the honest answer: practice more. Here’s how and why, plus a handful of specific ways to write better lyrics in your next song.
It’s more important you finish one crappy song than leave twenty songs unfinished. And the truth about how to finish a song: keep writing until the whole song exists.
Dream big. Want more. Never settle.
Being an artist is about creating something new. But the only way to create something new is to understand the old.
Sometimes, the best way to do something is just to do it.
Being a better songwriter means being a better person. These five books will make you better at everything.
Every songwriter is different. But the common blocks that hold most would-be songwriters back usually aren’t. Hold onto your hats, because it’s time to burst through them.
The trick to writing a good song is to get three of its parts – its idea, its style and its hook – working together.
Writing is hard. Always. But staring down a blank page doesn’t have to be as scary as you think it is.
Prosody is all about how a song’s melody and lyrics work together. Here’s your three-step guide to mastering it.
A song can come from pretty much anywhere. Here are five tried-and-tested ways to start writing your next one.