Tag: spotify

ISRC Codes

ISRC CodesEnsure your songs can be traced and identified by giving them ISRC codes. Getting ISRC for your recordings is free and easier than you may think. What is ISRC? ISRC stands for International Standard Recording Code. It is the international identification system for recorded works. Each code is unique and is permanently encoded into a... Read More »

Songkick – Promote your events online

Songkick – Promote your events onlinePhysical promotion for gigs though posters & flyers is gradually becoming less effective, so we need to look at different ways to stand out online, we can now promote events with Songkick. No longer do you need to manually type your tour dates over and over again, with Songkick you can type them into one... Read More »

Distrokid – Get songs on music streaming services

Getting your songs on Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music & more has never been easier with Distrokid music streaming services. In today’s music world it is important to expand outside just CDs and Vinyl to reach more listeners, and Distrokid is a great option to do it cheaply and easily.   What is Distrokid An online... Read More »

NoiseTrade – Is an email more valuable than a sale?

NoiseTrade – Is an email more valuable than a sale?Here we have another option for your band’s digital distribution. What is more valuable for your band in the current music environment, a one-off sale or the retrieval of contact info so you can reach out to that fan again and again? This dilemma has been researched by NoiseTrade, who offer the ability to sell your... Read More »

Spotify – Streaming your music for the masses

Spotify – Streaming your music for the massesMusic streaming is officially the most popular form of music consumption. With over 100 million users on Spotify alone, it is easy to see that streaming is the music industry’s fastest growing revenue source. This has been helped by the increase in smart phones, better internet connections, ease of accessibility and affordable pricing.   What... Read More »