What We Do...
What It Means To Be Signed With Us
Unlike traditional major or indie labels, our hybrid label does NOT take a percentage of your royalties. You keep ownership of your songs. Our job is to devise strategies and marketing plans to help you get more attention and ultimately sell more records, book better paying shows, and assist you in every way possible. It costs nothing to be on our label and you're never obligated to buy anything, but without a budget or a willingness to invest in your career, we'll be limited in what we can do for you. We're here to guide, coach and consult and should you need a service that we can provide, we'll help you make the right purchases.
We’re looking for artists who are ready to turn their passion for creating music into a business and career. Artists will need willingness, dedication and determination. Getting signed to our label will NOT make you famous overnight nor do we guarantee that you'll ever be famous. There will be a lot of work to be done and we will do our best to move your career to the next level. Make no mistake. This is just the beginning of what will most likely be a long process. If you do not have a press kit to submit for label consideration, we offer this service at a low price. Please send an email to email@example.com
What we do not do...
How We Differ
Our company is comprised of artists that have been through every challenge this industry can throw at us. We do not give advances or sign on bonuses for many reasons. A fast cash advance from a big, major label may sound exciting but we strongly advise to never give up ownership to your intellectual property. Your unique and individual stamp that you can leave on the world through your passion for creating music should be yours and yours alone. If you want to have no control over the direction you'll be forced to take by accepting a 360 deal with a major label, by all means, go for it. We wish you the best of luck. But wouldn't you rather stay independent with the support of a label who isn't trying to put you in major debt and allowing you to keep creative control?