@TuneCore Aids in Distributing Indie Artists’ Music To Retailers!

You don’t need a label to share your music with the world.” Those are the opening words of the description on  the TuneCore website.

The Brooklyn-based business has been providing an outlet for thousands of independent artists to get their music out to listeners around the world.  Through distribution and publishing services, the company has direct links to retailers like iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Tidal, and Amazon Music.

For the last 11 years, a major selling point for the company has been that performers keep 100% of the rights and revenue to their work.  Between 2006 and 2015, TuneCore artists have generated $648 million.  Some of its features include live showcases, Facebook audio recognition and YouTube profit collection.

Artist reviews boast about the easy to use interface and accessible statistics.  The company provides users with a detailed breakdown of listener interaction with their work.  Their customer service is rumored to be very interactive and helpful with your process as well.

The ever-growing music world is a tough business to be a part of.  Companies like TuneCore make it more manageable for independent artists to get distribution just like the mainstream, without all the middle men.  Check out TuneCore and see if it can be the right move for you and your career.

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About Camille Jay (@CamilleJay_) (236 Articles)
Multimedia Mover, Shaking Things Up! NYC girl intrigued by the arts, culture, and an 8 count.

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