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Pick Yourself

The podcast that helps you build
a meaningful electronic music career

About Pick Yourself

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My mission with this podcast is to empower you with the strategies, mindset, tactics and tools you need to establish yourself in the electronic music scene. If you believe in self-growth, this is for you.

Instead of offering you quick and easy hacks to exploit the latest social media trend, Pick Yourself is focusing on the things that truly matter: Producing remarkable music in a sea of noise, establishing meaningful relationships with the right people in the music industry, and building an artist brand that stands out.

Meet Your Podcast Host

Philip Röder

Mixing & Mastering Engineer, Coach

With over a decade of experience in the professional music industry, Philip is your perfect virtual mentor on this journey.

He offers mixing and mastering services 
as well as 1 on 1 coaching.

Blog Posts of Pick Yourself

Every episode of Pick Yourself appears in written form as well. These articles contain all of the information from the podcast episodes, including action steps and links to relevant resources.

10 Music Industry Secrets That Will Help You Succeed in 2020

In this episode, I’m sharing the ten biggest music industry secrets that will help you build a meaningful, long-term music career. Some of them are very surprising and counter-intuitive, but that’s what makes them so relevant. Don’t blindly jump on the bandwagon, check this list instead and do the things ...

Overcoming Impostor Syndrome As An Artist

In this week’s episode, we’re talking about a very common issue among music producers and DJs. Overcoming impostor syndrome as an artist can be a life-long battle and I’m here to help you deal with it. You’re going to learn what impostor syndrome is, why it‘s especially problematic for musicians ...

Should Music Be Political? Why Artists Need To Speak Out

Does electronic music like Techno and House stand for more than just hedonism and partying? Should music be political in general? Or does this ruin the last “safe space” we have besides all the horrible stuff that’s going on in the world? Let’s discuss! Subscribe to the show: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google ...