Have you got an incredible talent and the confidence to appear on TV? Submit new music to be featured in our Spotify playlists. This includes the potential to be spotlighted in our music blog. Our music artist submissions showcase the very best artists from our community. We are a trusted sync agent working with music supervisors, filmmakers, ad agencies and broadcasters worldwide. Apply to be playlisted on our internet radio station. The streaming service helps get your music heard aligned with our mission to support independent artists. Listen Live.
Before Submitting Your Music
Today, a Spotify playlist can break the success of a song.
Spotify has launched a new way for artists and labels to submit music directly to the platform's editorial teams for playlist consideration, providing an easier path toward playlist features for all emerging musicians. By opening up playlist submissions to everyone, Spotify has created a direct route for unsigned artists to grab a spot on the platform's official playlists. It doesn't guarantee you'll get featured, but it is a pretty simple process and if you release music on Spotify , it's well worth doing. Log in or sign up to Spotify for Artists using a desktop computer. Choose the unreleased track you'd like to submit from this section of your dashboard. Complete the playlist submission form, giving as much information as possible about the track. Before you go ahead and submit your music, here are a few important points to keep in mind if you want to give yourself the best chance of being considered and featured. That means you will need to distribute your music and then pitch them for playlisting between the time of delivery and your release date. Only after that track has been released can you submit another unreleased song.
👇Top 10 Spotify Playlist Curators to contact
Getting your music heard is hard. Getting your music heard by the right people is even harder. This is why we have set up this blog post, containing info and links to all the influential sites and blogs who not only accept these emails but welcome them. Never under any circumstances send a group email. It may save you time, but putting all these addresses into a BCC field and firing over a group email would burn more bridges than it would build. Spend some time looking at each site individually, see what sort of music they are into and try to relate. Find them on Twitter, look at their recent articles, and try and find common ground between them and your music.
Do you ever feel like your music is up there with the big artists, and all you have to do to get to their level is to submit your music to the right people? Today we will teach you how to make sure your music gets in the right hands. And by this we mean showing your music to the people who have the power to expose it to your target audience. It can be confusing with all these labels, platforms, and blogs nowadays. You risk wasting valuable hours sending your music to the wrong person.