August 2017


The contacts listed are sorted into FIVE sections:
    1. Publications, Review Websites and Music Blogs that will REVIEW your music
    2. Radio Stations, Shows and Podcasts that will PLAY your songs
    3. Labels, Vendors, Distributors and Promotional Services that will help you to SELL your CD
    4. Websites where you can UPLOAD your band's MP3s or videos
    5. Helpful Resources for recording artists

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SECTION ONE: SITES/PUBLICATIONS WHERE YOU CAN GET YOUR MUSIC REVIEWED

GroundSounds
info@groundsounds.com
www.groundsounds.com
A leading independent online publication that features the best independent music from around the globe. We love to feature up-and-coming musicians, artists and emerging bands from around the world. We want to hear from you! Musicians, performers, artist, the creative people of our world! If you would like the opportunity to be featured on Groundsounds.com please send us your work! If you are sending music please send the following with your message: Artist name and song title. LINK to the song via YouTube or SoundCloud for embed codes. LINK to download cover art. Description of the song, production etc. Social media links. Your location. Place "new music" in the Subject line. If your submitting a music video, follow the same format please. facebook.com/GroundSounds @GroundSounds

Finding Country
Matt Hundley findingcountrymusic@gmail.com
www.findingcountry.com
A Nashville based publication that features and reviews music from up-and-coming Country, Southern Rock, Western Swing, Red Dirt, Americana, Bluegrass and Folk artists.

Sister Dorothy's Music Blog
Sister Dorothy sisterdorothysmusicblog@gmail.com
sisterdorothysmusicblog.blogspot.com
This is a music blog about all music. All genres accepted. If I like it, I will review it. No bad reviews on this page! Send LINKS to my e-mail address.

The Metal Resource (TMR)
themetalresource@gmail.com
www.mauce.nl
A Dutch Metal webzine that has its focus on Metal music in a positive way. This includes both Christian as well as non-Christian Metal bands. Our focus is on both national (Dutch) and international level. TMR wants to highlight the positive side of Metal music and our articles and information are filtered that way. The core of the crew are followers of Christ, The Son of God, they believe in His crucifiction and His resurrection from death, and they all like Metal music. TMR has NOT the intention to influence the visitors opinion, the content of this website is just informative. facebook.com/TheMetalResource @MetalResource

Vintage Guitar Magazine
PO Box 7301, Bismarck, ND 58507
PH: 701-255-1197
Ward Meeker music@vintageguitar.com
www.vintageguitar.com
Will review guitar oriented independent CDs. @VintageGuitar



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SECTION TWO: RADIO STATIONS, SHOWS AND PROMOTERS

2.1 RADIO - STATIONS AND SHOWS

Indie Country Countdown
Matt Hundley findingcountrymusic@gmail.com
www.indiecountrycountdown.com
Streams online and plays independently released Country, Southern Rock, Western Swing, Red Dirt, Americana, Bluegrass and Folk music. To submit music to The Country Countdown, please visit the submission page.

Free Rock Radio
Lionel White bestrockartists@freerockradio.com
www.freerockradio.com
We pay performance fees to BMI, ASCAP, SESAC, & SoundExchange through our partner, Radionomy. Please follow the instructions on our website exactly to ensure we listen to your music and you get the play you deserve. Use our ONLINE FORM to submit MP3s. To send a CD, send us an e-mail for the current address. We play a mix of Indie, Alternative, Classic, British, Punk, Hard Rock, Metal, Psychedelic and Roots Rock. @freerockradio

Red Light Radio
Oudekerksplein 22, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
info@redlightradio.net
www.redlightradio.net
An online radio station broadcasting from a former prostitution window in the red light district of Amsterdam. Red Light Radio brings you daily shows of local DJs, live performances and cool personalities doing a one-time only radio show. You can expect shows full of Afro Beat or shows with Black Metal next to live Acoustic performances or DJ sets by artists. facebook.com/redlightradio @Red_Light_Radio

Smoothjazz.com
smoothairplay@gmail.com
www.smoothjazz.com
E-mail us a LINK to your either your EPK, website or to your music online (CDBaby, Amazon, iTunes, ReverbNation, BandCamp, Facebook etc.) so that we can sample your music. facebook.com/smoothjazzglobal @SmoothJazzRadio

Da Radio Show
daradioshow@uumac.net
www.facebook.com/daradioshowlive
The program that represent from the hood ... for the hood with DUN-DEE, BYG D and MD. "You Heard!" To submit a track and/or video, send the track in a MP3 file and video LINK via e-mail.

Renegade Radio Nashville
707 18th Ave. S. #10, Nashville, TN 37203
PH: 615-327-3227
beheard@rrnash.com
www.renegaderadionashville.com
We're always looking for good Country, Americana and Southern Rock music. ATTACH: 1) Your music in an MP3 format. 2) Your contact information. 3) A short paragraph about YOU. facebook.com/OfficialRRN @MyRenegadeRadio

Sick World Radio
music@sickworldradio.com
www.sickworldradio.com
A Heavy Metal and Hard Rock station so please only submit your music if you think it will fit our stations style. If we put your music on the air we will notify you that it is being aired. facebook.com/SickWorldRadio @SickWorldRadio


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2.2 RADIO PROMOTERS

Nieves Talent Group
4910 Hi Vista Cir. Tampa, FL 33625
PH: 813-412-9703
Miguel Nieves info@nievestalents.com
www.nievestalents.com
We call the music directors and program directors of over 250 stations several times a week in order to help our artists get airplay and the recognition that they deserve with the goal of helping them make a deal with a major label.

Jerome Promotions & Marketing
2535 Winthrope Way, Lawrenceville, GA 30044
PH: 770-982-7055 FX: 770-982-1882
Bill Jerome hitcd@bellsouth.net
www.jeromepromotions.com
We call the music directors and program directors of over 250 stations several times a week in order to help our artists get airplay and the recognition that they deserve with the goal of helping them make a deal with a major label. @jeromepromotion

National Record Promotion
137 N. Larchmont #500, Los Angeles, CA 90004
PH: 323-658-7449
Larry Weir larry_weir@sbcglobal.net
www.larryweir.com
We promote artists and groups at radio with an emphasis on independent labels and recording artists. Over the last five years NRP has worked with many major acts. NRP will assist you in weekly tracking reports...national chart activity & radio interviews. facebook.com/National.Record.Promotion

CIMG, LLC
119 Bowling Ave. Nashville, TN 37205-2357
Tony Bates contact@cimgllc.com
www.cimgllc.com
Our Radio Promotion work focuses on relevant radio stations (terrestrial and online), especially college radio stations, in the U.S., Canada and the Commonwealth of Independent States. Our staff works daily to build relationships with radio stations, regional promoters, music/entertainment publications and websites, and media outlets throughout North America as well as in eastern and central Europe. We work mostly with Rock, Pop-Rock, Americana and Alt-Country artists. facebook.com/cimgllc

Howard Rosen Promotion
521 W. Channel Islands Blvd. #15, Port Hueneme, CA 93041
PH: 805-382-2200 FX: 805-201-7816
info@howiewood.com
www.howiewood.com
Since 1985 We have been helping artists reach their goals of obtaining radio airplay, expanding their fan base, and creating awareness throughout the industry. @Howiewoodpromo

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SECTION THREE: SERVICES/VENDORS/LABELS THAT WILL HELP SELL YOUR MUSIC

3.1 SERVICES - PROMOTION/PUBLICITY

Miles High Productions
PO Box 93157, Hollywood, CA 90093
PH: 323-806-0400
Chip info@mileshighproductions.com
www.mileshighproductions.com
Created to bridge the gap of companies working directly with music artists and entertainment based projects who are in need of additional marketing support. MHP also focuses on non-music ventures such as corporate brand building, cosmetics, gaming, sports and other industries. MHP's goal is to elevate your product or artist to a higher ground in an expedient timeframe by exposing them to new and existing online audiences. MHP also focuses on taking our campaigns one step further by cross-promoting all traditional methods of marketing with online opportunities for further outreach. facebook.com/MilesHighProductions @MilesHigh

Global Sound Group
PH: 020-7118-3444
James Dyble info@globalsoundgroup.com
www.globalsoundgroup.com
Music PR & plugging service. We offer PR of the highest quality to artists and bands of all genres, promoting music worldwide. Global Sound Group have a large range of industry contacts within radio, television and online. We use our wide ranging contacts and radio plugging to get artists well known within the industry. facebook.com/GlobalSoundGroup @GlobalSoundGRP

Paul Scot Management
PO Box 10847, Albany, NY 12201
PH: 518-407-7175
info@paulscotmanagement.com
www.paulscotmanagement.com
A professional, one-on-one, business approach to artist management. We work exclusively with artists in the music industry, including singers, songwriters, musicians, and bands. Representing a wide variety of music genres, Paul Scot Management distinguishes itself with a holistic management style, evaluating and coordinating all facets of the artist's career to promote their development and long-term growth. Our services include: Development of brand and image. Marketing and promotion. Management of distribution channels for music and merchandise. Assistance with social media development and maintenance. Advisement in selecting key personnel, such as attorneys, accountants and agents. Representation with third parties, such as record labels, investors and media. facebook.com/paulscotmgt @PaulScotMgt

Marushka Media
Jacquelyn Marushka jackie@marushkamedia.com
www.marushkamedia.com
Jacquelyn Marushka has established Marushka Media, an entertainment-focused company specializing in branding, public relations and media coaching. A 20-year music industry leader, Jacquelyn most recently guided Shore Fire Media's Nashville office as General Manager, executing career-advancing campaigns for her clients. Prior to her term at Shore Fire, she navigated public relations strategies for Sony Music Entertainment's Provident Label Group as Vice President of Public Relations. In addition to spearheading successful campaigns for the artist rosters on five labels, she created and delivered publicity strategies for the company's publishing, distribution and film divisions. facebook.com/marushkamedia @MarushkaMedia

CIMG, LLC
119 Bowling Ave. Nashville, TN 37205-2357
Tony Bates contact@cimgllc.com
www.cimgllc.com
We provide Social Media Marketing and Social Commerce Solutions for our clients, in addition to Artist Management and Record Label Services. We work with artists, record labels, agencies, events, and brands of all kinds that want to effectively engage their supporters and fans via social media. Considering the global marketplace and international appeal, we offer our services in several languages as well, when appropriate to meet your goals. We work mostly with Rock, Pop-Rock, Americana and Alt-Country artists. facebook.com/cimgllc

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3.2 SERVICES - LABELS, DISTRIBUTORS AND ONLINE VENDORS

iMusician Digital
Binzstrasse 23 (West Entrance). 8045 Zurich, Switzerland
ch@iMusicianDigital.com
www.imusiciandigital.com
We deliver music from indie bands & musicians to hundreds of online stores like iTunes, Amazon & Napster. We also have offices in Germany and Australia.




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SECTION FOUR: SITES WHERE YOU CAN UPLOAD YOUR BAND'S MP3s OR VIDEOS

On The Come Up TV
onthecomeuptv@gmail.com
www.onthecomeuptv.com
Our mission is simple - put the music of fresh, raw and unrivalled talents at the fingertips of fans worldwide and ultimately shake up things in the recording industry. On The Come Up TV makes music discovery convenient because the world deserves much more. Revamping, redesigning and realigning the music industry raises the bar. It makes for a better online digital music experience. All music submissions can be sent via our ONLINE contact form. Here are a few notes and guidelines to keep in mind: We receive thousands of submissions on a weekly basis. It is very difficult for us to respond to every individual submission in a timely fashion, but we do listen to every submission. Please be patient. Subject of your e-mail should start with "Music Submission:" and include artist name and song or album title. This helps us to weed out spam from legitimate submissions. Please include any relevant information about the artist (bio, hometown, etc.) that you would like included in the post. Provide website links for further information on the artists (Bandcamp, Soundcloud, Twitter, Facebook, Personal Page etc.). We look forward to hearing your music! facebook.com/OTCUPTV @OnTheComeUpTV



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SECTION FIVE: SOCIAL NETWORKS AND ONLINE COMMUNITIES

OurStage
PO Box 182, Chelmsford, MA 01824
www.ourstage.com
Fans rank (not rate) the best of the best. Every month one indie band or musician wins $5,000 in addition to exposure with industry tastemakers and influencers. facebook.com/OurStage @OurStage

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SECTION SIX: HELPFUL TOOLS AND RESOURCES FOR YOUR BAND

6.1 RESOURCES - GENERAL

Patreon
www.patreon.com
Helps creators of all kinds get sustainable income and connect with their biggest fans. For creators: Patreon is a way to get paid for creating the things you're already creating (webcomics, videos, songs, whatevs). Fans pledge a few bucks per month OR per thing you release, and then you get paid every month, or every time you release something new (whether it's on SoundCloud, YouTube, your own website, or anywhere). For fans: Patreon is a way to pay your favorite creators for making the stuff you love. Instead of literally throwing money at your screen (trust us, that doesn't work), you can now pledge a few bucks per thing that a creator makes. For example, if you pledge $2 per video, and the creator releases 3 videos in February, then your card gets charged a total of $6 that month. This means the creator gets paid regularly (every time she releases something new), and you become a bonafide, real-life patron of the arts. facebook.com/patreon @Patreon

Bandtwango
info@bandtwango.com
www.bandtwango.com
A place where you can have the projects you're working on fully funded by your fans. Together we take your dreams and give you the tools to make them become reality. We are a crowd-sourced, career development platform exclusively for Country music artists and bands. We let music lovers and fans alike, help their favorite artists take control of their careers. We are revolutionizing the path in the Country music industry to start making every artists dreams come true. Whether you're a new Singer/Songwriter trying to record your first demo or an established band looking to embark on your tour ... you can fan-fund it here at Bandtwango. Submit your info via our ONLINE FORM. facebook.com/Bandtwango @BANDtwango

DigitalRadioTracker.com (DRT)
PH: 646-494-3783
support@digitalradiotracker.com
www.digitalradiotracker.com
Your premier radio airplay broadcast monitoring service that tracks radio airplay of songs in the US and worldwide on more than 5000+ radio stations. These radio stations include Major FM Terrestrial, College, Commercial and Non-Commercial as well as thousands of streaming Internet radio stations. Some of the radio broadcasting networks Although there are many genres of music, DigitalRadioTracker.com specializes in monitoring radio broadcasters in the following formats: CHR/Pop (Top 40), Rhythmic, Urban/Hip Hop/R&B, Country/Americana, Rock/Alternative, Gospel/Christian/Inspirational, Adult Contemporary and Jazz/Fusion. DigitalRadioTracker.com gathers millions of songs being played each day and compiles DRT Reports for our clients. A DRT Report breaks down exactly who is playing a song, when it's played and how often it's played. DigitalRadioTracker.com also offers Historical 8 Week Reports which list the history of airplay detections on all of our monitored stations during the last 8 week period. In addition, we provide Comprehensive Reports which shows the exact time of day/night a song is played on each of our monitored radio stations. If you have a song receiving airplay on radio and want to know when and where it's being played, get your DRT Report today!

Festival Network Online
PO Box 18839, Asheville, NC 28814
PH: 828-658-2779 FX: 828-645-3374
Julie Cochrane julie@festivalnet.com
www.festivalnet.com
Lists more than 10,000 events throughout the U.S. and Canada seeking performers, from local & regional to national & international. @_festivalnet

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6.2 RESOURCES - EDUCATIONAL

The Future of What
killrockstars.com/thefutureofwhat
An educational radio program about the music industry. Hosted by Kill Rock Stars president Portia Sabin. https://www.facebook.com/thefutureofwhat @KRSfow

CD Baby Podcast
13909 NE Airport Way, Portland, OR 97230
Kevin Breuner podcast@cdbabypodcast.com
www.cdbabypodcast.com
Join CD Baby's Kevin and Chris as they discuss current music news, interview artists and industry professionals, offer tips and tricks to help today's independent musician move their career forward and much more! Interviews about how to be a successful musician without compromising your art. It's a perfect time to take advantage of the many opportunities for Do-It-Yourself artists that are springing up everywhere. @cdbaby @kbreuner



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6.3 RESOURCES - TOOLS AND APPS

CASH Music
info@cashmusic.org
www.cashmusic.org
We're building a free and open platform that gives musicians and labels a no-programming environment for music tech online. You download it, the platform works with your website, integrates with what you've got and will play nice with services like Amazon, PayPal, Twitter, MailChimp, and more. What Wordpress did for bloggers, we're doing for musicians. facebook.com/cashmusic.org @cashmusic

MyNewsletterBuilder
comments@mynewsletterbuilder.com
www.mynewsletterbuilder.com
A user-friendly, feature-rich, online newsletter management program for novices and professionals alike. facebook.com/MyNewsletterBuilder1


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6.4 RESOURCES - AUDIO

WTSmedia
2841 Hickory Valley Rd. Chattanooga, TN 37421
PH: 888-987-6334
www.wtsmedia.com
Our mission: Maintain integrity throughout WTS while delighting our customers and clients. WTSmedia is the South's leading blank media source for CD-Rs, DVD-Rs, Blu-Ray BD-Rs, professional recording media, media storage, and accessories. facebook.com/WTSmedia



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6.5 RESOURCES - ORGANIZATIONS

Found Sound Nation (FSN)
68 Jay St. #1003, Brooklyn, NY 11201
around@foundsoundnation.org
www.foundsoundnation.org
A collective of artists who use music-making to connect people across cultural divides. We believe that collaborative music creation is a deeply effective way to become aware of the beauty, trauma and hidden potential in our communities. Our process gives voice to the underrepresented, unlocks the creative potential of youth, and supports movements for social justice. FSN partners with local youth, social organizations, music festivals, and artists across all disciplines. Our work emphasizes a mobile approach to recording and producing professional quality music. This technique combines the art music traditions of musique concréte, hip hop, audio journalism, and contemporary composition. Our method is adaptable to different environments, based on finding the sounds and resonances of each space, drawing upon the talents of musicians in the local scene, and examining issues most relevant to each community. Our aim is to enliven a global conversation about how creative collaboration in music can address issues we face locally and collectively, while making the world a funkier and more harmonious place. facebook.com/FoundSoundNation @foundsoundnat



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SECTION SEVEN: THIS MONTH'S ARTICLE

How an Unknown Duo Broke the Top 10 on iTunes for New Jazz Releases: Six ways that 23rd Hour amplified their success

by George Paolini & Sherry-Lynn Lee, 23rd Hour
© 2017 All Rights Reserved. Used By Permission


On our release day, our album Perfect Strangers was featured on the iTunes new jazz releases section at #31. After a few whoops of joy, we asked ourselves: how can we use this "headline moment" to do even better? Here's how we used this one newsworthy data point to drive more success.

From data to story

Thirty-one is a great number. But our first thought was: How about the top 20? Top 10? Could we do it? So after a few minutes of celebrating our success, we immediately got to work. We took a screenshot and promoted it on our social platforms. "Our unknown band was somehow featured among the greats. Can you help us get higher on the charts?" With a few friends buying the album, we got to #22 on our first day in the stores. A feature like this can create buzz. Could we amplify this further?

Next, we looked up all the other bands ahead of us. We were the only unsigned band in the Top 30 of that best-sellers list. Now that was even more compelling! "Unknown duo the only unsigned band in iTunes jazz top 30 on first day of release." Another headline moment! We sent updated blurbs to our publicist. More on working with a publicist here.

Whenever you have a win, try to think of other angles to position yourself as someone successful who needs just a little push from your fans to get to the next level.

Who you are as an artist

Our passion is to make music while also inspiring and empowering others to do so. We often partner with non-profits that fund music programs or otherwise support music education. We want to be successful, but we also want to leave the music community a little stronger than we found it ??

Tailor the message

If you get lucky with a headline moment, you can drive even more out of the opportunity by promoting it differently to different people.
  • Your friends & family - The people who love you but might not be music fans. If they aren't really into music, you can still ask if they would share your boosted Facebook post with their music-loving friends. When people like a boosted post, you can invite them to like your page!
  • Your fans - The people who love your music. Ask if they would buy to support you, and post about it. Engage with anyone who responds to their post and invite them to like your page as well.
  • Complete strangers - It's hard to get their attention using a Facebook Ad. Why should they care about you?
You can give strangers a reason to care by aligning your goals with something they already care about.

It can be another artist, or a cause. Given our overarching goal, we pledged to donate our first week of sales to Hungry For Music (HFM) in return for tapping into their network.

Tangible & attainable

If people don't know how much of their $9.99 will go to your charity, they won't buy. Be explicit.

During our HFM campaign, we went to HFM's website and reframed their content for our audience. Instead of saying "$30 buys and ships a flute", we said "5 albums". We then used specific instruments to target our musician audience each day. If you're a band teacher, an ad saying "For every 143 albums sold, HFM can send 20 instruments to an after-school program" is more likely to resonate with you than one saying "for every $1000."

People who support a cause want to have impact, so they won't invest in your cause if they think your goals are unattainable, resulting in no impact.

Our numbers were all relatively small, starting at 5 albums. If someone is moved enough to buy one, it's likely 4 others also would. A real child will get a flute to learn music. Relating exact numbers of albums sold to very concrete outcomes was a good way to make the impact tangible and attainable.

Learn from your mistakes

In our excitement, we sent out a blast email to our entire 1500-subscriber mailing list. Bad move. Previously, we had only sent very customized emails to small groups and our open rate was 3x the industry average. Sending the generic blast meant the message had to be watered down to appeal to everybody. As a result, people were less engaged and we lost about 40 subscribers. We now know what works and doesn't.

Incremental success

We all want to get to the top, but it helps to get there in baby steps with your audience. After starting at #31 on the best-sellers list, we wanted to get to the top 10. However, we didn't publicly set out to reach #10 right away. Incremental successes instead of one lofty goal (all-or-nothing) reduces risk and builds momentum.

We promoted our #31 debut with a screenshot and asked our fanbase if they'd be so kind as to help us move up the charts. We made it to the Top 20 and then we started another push to get in the Top 10. All along the way, the fans were not only rooting for us but feeling like part of the story.

Our story was moving forward, we were the underdog inching towards the climax. Would this protagonist reach the goal or not? As we built on each small win, our momentum increased. At any point, we could have missed the next milestone and would still have the aggregated successes cemented in our story.

When we did reach #10 on the iTunes new jazz releases best-sellers list, we built that, too. We got our publicist to pitch our success story to people who might be inspired from it. That's how we got to write this blog for you!

23rd Hour is a jazz-influenced singer-songwriter duet from Silicon Valley, composed of George Paolini & Sherry-Lynn Lee. Sherry co-founded a start-up and currently works in tech in Silicon Valley. George is a former executive and has worked at or consulted for numerous start-ups in the Bay Area. Their album "Perfect Strangers" is now available on all platforms (thanks to CD Baby!), including for free streaming on their website. This article originally appeared in the May 5, 2017 DIY Musician Blog



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