Tested Sites to Submit your Music


First and foremost, submit your top songs to Clear Channel. This indexes to a couple hundred radio stations. http://www.iheartradio.com/new2/signup/index.html.

Second, a must is also – http://www.thesixtyone.com.

And of course, http://ReverbNation.com.

http://www.jamendo.com This is an awesome way to get some free exposure across the globe. We have songs played through the licensing agreement in France, Spain, Australia, Japan, and more. We have songs in two Australian documentaries as well. People can download your songs for free though, so we waited for a few months after we sold a bunch of CDs to upload or full albums. But it also indexes really well.

This is hit or miss: http://one-track-mind.com

http://www.musicxray.com

http://hypem.com

http://bandcamp.com

http://www.musiciansnetwork.com

http://www.ilike.com

http://www.last.fm

http://soundcloud.com

http://grooveshark.com

Not sure about this one, but it’s worth a shot for the social media saturation, if you feel like learning how to do it like the pros. http://headliner.fm

These are constantly changing, so I will update you with more as soon as I collect the top ones that I have received feedback from.

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4 thoughts on “Tested Sites to Submit your Music

  1. See, this is exactly why I think the digital music revolution failed from the point of view of liberating independent music and artists. Setting up all those sites represents many, many, many hours of work to get unquantifiable, dis-unified fan-bases and results. This isn’t necessarily helpful in building a local or regional following, and a national or international following is futile without the revenue to tour on that kind of scale.

    Heck, just reading the licensing agreements with that many different sites represents a full time job and a minimum of legal accumen.

    I just don’t get how this is remotely “better” than the bad old days of independent labels.

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  2. Optimistically, I think that the digital music revolution is not over but is still trying to find its niche. But realistically, the hours and hours I have invested are totally unquantifiable and leads me back to one place which I neglected to mention.

    http://CDBaby.com is where the majority of our merchandise is bought and is the best ROI for physical albums sales, excluding what we sell at our shows.

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