Some of the most important things you need to grow your career as an artist, new gigs and press coverage, will require an EPK.
For those who don’t know, an Electronic Press Kit – or EPK – is a professional document that contains relevant information and assets about you as an artist. In a way, it’s like a music resume.
As the name implies, an EPK is generally intended for press, journalists, media or bloggers, but it can also be used for other types of industry people, like talent buyers and promoters.
EPKs serve 2 general purposes – selling yourself and making it easier for the other party to do what you want them to do.
Just like with a job resume, your EPK should be structured around educating the reader on your previous accomplishments. So, if you want publicity or press, your EPK should provide all the information that someone would need to write about you. Read More