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Self-releasing your music in 2022: which distributor is right for you?

When starting out in the industry, musicians and producers have what can often seem like an insurmountable number of new skills to learn outside of making music. With seemingly countless distributors offering widely varying features and products, choosing how to get your music on streaming services can be confusing. This guide seeks to demystify one of the most confusing aspects of releasing music

Digital distribution is the process of releasing your music to various digital streaming platforms (DSPs) and services. In the past, distributors would take care of...

Chris Stussy in a black t-shirt and hat against a blue sky

Dutch house DJ/producer Chris Stussy was about to break into the big-time when the pandemic struck. Now, he’s determined to make 2022 his year 

Chris Stussy is talking to us from a hotel room in Los Angeles. Almost exactly two years ago, on March 13th 2020, he had just...

Artists and users can set the price of entry to ticketed streams

Bandcamp has launched Live, a new streaming platform for artists to stream ticketed events and shows. The new service lets users and artists charge any...

The renowned DJ and event organizer picks 10 of his favourites

Gary Richards is a man of many talents. A figure in the electronic music community since the 1990s, he’s made himself dance music’s renaissance man, aiding...

Ahead of his Sacred Bones Records released album, ‘Animated Violence Mild’, the experimental producer picks 10 tracks that have inspired him

The project has been commissioned by the Barbican

Revered producer Max Cooper will release his new album alongside a live A/V performance at London's Barbican Centre. 

The 'Yearning for the Infinite' performance, set...

The FUSE main man tells us about the tracks that helped shape the DJ he is today

 

Two of Nottingham’ disco powerhouse pick the tracks that have inspired them... 

Crazy P were originally called Crazy Penis when they formed in Nottingham two decades ago, but they lopped off the ‘enis’ after a few years...

Los Angeles’ chief purveyor of melancholic electronics selects personal favourites and inspirational cuts...

Four years on from his ‘Dark Red’ album and LA producer Henry Laufer’s solo work is as luscious and melancholic as ever. Released back in March...

Josh Wink has been dominating clubs and festivals as a DJ, producer, label-runner and remixer for almost 30 years. Alongside long-term friend and fellow Philadelphian...

Uncompromising hardcore DJ and producer Miss K8 shares her guaranteed dancefloor obliterators...

Tearing up crowds with nothing but the most banging of bangers, once you’ve experienced a set by Miss K8, you’re unlikely to forget it. She’s...

Max Cooper is best known for emotive soundscapes that translate both on and off the dancefloor, and is defined as an artist consistently pushing the boundaries...

1. Future Sound Of London ‘Papa New Guinea’
“One of my first exposures to beautiful rave- influenced ambient electronic experiments as part of the ‘Lifeforms’...

Kim Ann Foxman’s Firehouse Records is all about the house music; a label that celebrates all the great things going on in New York and...

01. Art Of Noise ‘Moments In Love’
“Such an iconic synth-pop track of the ‘80s. We love the orchestral stabs and the beautiful hooky melodies...

Kim Ann Foxman joins forces with Andrew Potter and Brian Hersey to form Pleasure Planet. With their debut set to launch on their own self...

Kim Ann Foxman is one of those artists who never ceases to blow our minds. As a producer, vocalist, tastemaking DJ, artist and designer, former...

10 tunes that inspired Codes

Cracking the proverbial cypher of sound isn’t as simple as say, remembering the code to your gym locker. Making it look stress-free is New York’s...