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Music blogs are also at the top of the list for discovering new talent and establishing credibility in the industry. Having your first few articles published on blogs like Dancing Astronaut, YourEDM, Nest HQ, or EARMILK will help you gain a lot of popularity with publishers and fans. We still advise going for the personal contact with bloggers. This increases the chances of having your music considered. You must first determine which writers will be appropriate for your genre of music. This can be done by looking up other reference artists and seeing where they’ve been featured.
Hype Machine is a platform that rates new and emerging songs based on a number of factors. The first metric is the number of blogs that discuss that particular track. They also consider how many thumbs (the equivalent of a like) the track has how many people follow the blog. Many of the big playlist archivists and blogs that own a major Spotify playlist have application forms where you can upload your songs. You’ll have to do some search to find these application forms, particularly on Instagram. Let’s look at an example.
Since this is a more subjective topic, tracking down the authors will increase the likelihood of them subscribing to your track. Catching them and striking up a conversation with them, on the other hand, is a little more difficult and needs some investigative work. All producers dream of signing a track to Spinnin’ Records, OWSLA, and Monstercat. They’re also the most difficult to get released from, and their expectations are extremely high. As a result, you should refrain from sending them unreleased music, particularly at the start of your career. These brands are companies that make decisions based on what will bring in the most money. As a result, they only sign artists who are a good match for their brand, deliver great music, have a large fan base, and have marketing clout. This, however, does not demotivate you. Use it as inspiration to push yourself to the next level and earn those labels. You may also submit your songs to music blogs