You are more than an artist, you are a brand
Today, more than ever, your web presence is often the only thing between you and a potential fan. Your website design represents, expresses, and sells you as
an artist a brand. If someone hears your track through a tweet, facebook post, soundcloud, independent radio, etc., your hope is that they want to know more about you and hear more music. If they google your name and nothing shows up you just lost a potential fan. Having a website will ensure you give potential fans a professional image, and give them the opportunity to hear more music and learn more about you.
Keep your fans up to date
A solid website is a platform to keep your fans up to date on your career. Sure, Facebook/Twitter is good for quick updates and interaction, but ultimately a website with an informative blog is the best way to keep your fans close to your next move.
Options, options and more options
When building a website almost nothing is impossible, but it may take time. We can setup something simple, relatively quickly. If you need some complex functionality, it will take more time. The same principles apply to mixing your records. We can decide on the complexity of your website by basing it on your budget, or your specific needs.
The cost of an artist website
Giving a flat cost is relatively difficult. Every client has different needs, and those needs translate to the amount of work we have to do. A simple 3-5 page site can be around $500 and large, complex site can be in the thousands.