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  • Lets Get The Word Out | LGTWO

    FEATURED PLAYLIST UPCOMING EVENTS Fri, Apr 30 Spotify Across The World By Charley Young and Padre Tóxico "Across the World" is about that longing that we have all had at least once in our lives: the heartsickness of what could be if distance wasn't an obstacle. RSVP Fri, May 14 Spotify Everywhere A Devil By AirDrop Feat. People Of The Parallel “Everywhere A Devil” doesn’t ease or invite the listener into its sonic experience. It drops the listener right into the heart of the song. ~ Charley Young RSVP Hazardous Material Volume One (HALF PRICE / 50% OFF) 108 3 8 Did you know Mechanical royalties are NOT performance royalties? 39 2 8 Performance Royalties? What is that? 26 2 5 JOIN THE MAILING LIST AND STAY TUNED! SEND Thanks for submitting!

  • RYPPED

    RYPPED Share Click image to listen RYPPED are duo Samantha & Natasha. Samantha is an experienced songwriter & artist and Natasha an emerging 17 year old rock guitarist & talented songwriter, collaboratively creating their unique sound. Their music has an 80’s hard rock influence, raw guitars but with a modern edge. They are currently writing their album and an EP is soon to be released... Natasha, Guitars Samantha, Vocals Mixed & Produced by Jeff Bruckner

  • Dj T-Money

    Dj T-Money Share Click image to listen Taiwo Hassan also known as Dj T-MONEY is a professional disc Jockey base in Lagos Nigeria.

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  • Hazardous Material Volume One (HALF PRICE / 50% OFF)

    Bad Haz Techno (BHT) invites you to check out their first techno compilation featuring a select group of BHT promoted producers. 12 techno tracks from 12 producers, each bringing their own unique sound design to the techno genre. With bpms ranging from 124 to 137, and track styles from current classic to progressive, to those with hard, dark, and industrial elements, there is something for everyone. See the producers involved below with track descriptions. Enjoy! Hegstraction DZM Electrostatic Nightmare Disco E1GHTH PLACE Skaarl Cylotron Komotive Peter Harich Chris Keya klimaschreck Karnevor Many Elephants This is a Bandcamp only release with all tracks being exclusive to Bandcamp for 3 more months - HALF PRICE / 50% OFF Check out each track below with a pithy description from the producer: 1. klimaschreck - Zweitausendzwanzig - 128 bpm "2020 was a bad year for a lot of people if not everyone and mostly for the same reasons. This track tries to capture that year's feeling of waiting and when this will end since it was and still is a steady up and down of feelings and emotions, not knowing what comes next and lays ahead of this road filled with small pebbles and stones hurting and hindering you going forwards." 2. DZM - Distant Lights - 128 bpm "Distant lights is a deep techno track with dreamy pad and synths, driven forward by a hard rumble kick and infused with a set of wonder by an old school rave vocal." 3. Peter Harich - Inner Peace - 136 bpm "Pacey and raw techno track with a groove that drives the track forward towards a tranquil arp. Fast yet peaceful." 4. END - Badhazman - 130 bpm "I wanted to keep it dark, as is my style, but also to show a little humour and melodify it up a little to fit in style with some of the other guys. It's also officially my second song as it's the second release to feature my (heavily manipulated) vocal talents." 5. Karnevor - Strole - 130 bpm "Super minimal old skool German style techno track. It has freaky panning crazy head mash vocals mixed in with a mashed up beat that will take you on a journey in the style of "It's 2am; do you know where you are?" The kind of mental youth antics you got up to in your 20s, so please enjoy this trip down memory lane!" 6. Komotive - Ruinenlust - 137 bpm "Ruinenlust - A German word to describe feeling irresistibly drawn to crumbling buildings and abandoned places. This brings back memories of the techno from the previous decade synonymous with the techno underground scene." 7. Cylotron - Black Hole - 128 bpm "This is a track intended to put you in a state of hypnosis ... you will trip out to the warbly bassline." 8. Skaarl - Mind The Gap - 129 bpm "Trying to be like some kind of 90's vibe, made for the DJ not the Spotify playlists, like what I want to play in a set with some rolling basslines and snare fills." 9. Chris Keya - Vorstadt - 130 bpm "Vorstadt is a dark techno track with acid and ebm influences, reflecting the signature Chris Keya sound." 10. E1GHTH PLACE - The Soul in the Machine - 130 bpm "Modern techno with a futuristic fusion that builds up to a hard-hitting, powerful yet intense sound. Dynamic, profound, surreal, yet bittersweet." 11. Many Elephants - The Regret Engine - 124 bpm "The Regret Engine was written as a concept piece for an imagined science fiction film soundtrack. It has the idea of a machine designed to feed off of negative energy and convert it to positive, but the imbalance it causes has unexpected consequences for the human race." 12. Hegstraction - Kármán Line - 130 bpm "The Kármán Line is agreed by some to be the partition between the Earth's atmosphere and outer space. This track is an attempt to audiolize the passing of a space shuttle through these various high altitude atmospheric layers." Check out the full compilation below: If you are interested in hearing all the tracks together in a mix, check out our Mixcloud set by Peter Harich:

  • Did you know Mechanical royalties are NOT performance royalties?

    Mechanical Royalties ASCAP, BMI, etc do NOT collect mechanical royalties. Spotify, Apple Music, Google, Amazon, etc etc pay these mechanical royalties directly to publishers (via collections agencies). NOT PROs. I repeat. Streaming services do NOT pay mechanical royalties to ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, SOCAN or any other PRO. So how do you get mechanical royalties? You need a publisher, admin publishing company or royalty collections company to collect these for you. Yes, technically, the DSP (Digital Service Provider – the streaming service) is required to pay you even if you don’t have a publisher, but the thing is, most don’t know how to FIND you. Hence all the lawsuits against Spotify and Apple. So make it easy for em. Work with a company who they know. If you distribute with CD Baby, you can opt in to use CD Baby Pro Publishing (however, they will NOT collect your songwriter royalties for songs you write but are distributed by anyone other than CD Baby distribution – like if another artist records your song and releases it themselves). If you use other distributors, other companies you can use to collect your mechanical royalties include, Kobalt, Tunecore Publishing and Sentric Music Publishing. These companies help you collect your mechanical royalties but don’t own your copyrights and have fairly short terms (for a small commission of 10-20% or so). For more info about the music business: https://www.patreon.com/TruWerdz

  • Performance Royalties? What is that?

    ASCAPa, BMI, SESAC, SOCAN, PRS are all Performing Rights Organizations (or PRO for short). These PROs collect performance royalties for songwriters and publishers. A performance royalty is earned anytime your song is “publicly performed.” “Publicly performed” is a loose term, but basically means anytime your song is played in public. Like on the speakers at Starbucks. On TV – TV shows, commercials, etc. On the radio – whether it’s the radio in your car or Pandora or Sirius/XM. When your song is performed live in a venue (yes even by you). And technically the PROs collect a little bit from YouTube and the streaming services. But it’s VERY little. Learn more about the music business: https://www.patreon.com/TruWerdz

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    "We Mix, Master, and support independent and mainstream music. Our objective is to increase the artist's ability to reach a wider audience, throughout the global music market. Whether the artist is just starting or is a seasoned veteran, we help the artist get that boost and deliver quality Mixes and Masters that will help them become more visible at a faster rate than one would become working alone. If an artist is to promote their music alone the probability of gaining a sufficient amount of visibility or following in the time they desire might not be possible due to everyday limitations. We are proud that we have been able to establish a reliable system that delivers a "Natural" and most effective result."

  • Mixing & Mastering

    "We Mix, Master, and support independent and mainstream music. Our objective is to increase the artist's ability to reach a wider audience, throughout the global music market. Whether the artist is just starting or is a seasoned veteran, we help the artist get that boost and deliver quality Mixes and Masters that will help them become more visible at a faster rate than one would become working alone. If an artist is to promote their music alone the probability of gaining a sufficient amount of visibility or following in the time they desire might not be possible due to everyday limitations. We are proud that we have been able to establish a reliable system that delivers a "Natural" and most effective result."

  • Mastering

    "We Mix, Master, and support independent and mainstream music. Our objective is to increase the artist's ability to reach a wider audience, throughout the global music market. Whether the artist is just starting or is a seasoned veteran, we help the artist get that boost and deliver quality Mixes and Masters that will help them become more visible at a faster rate than one would become working alone. If an artist is to promote their music alone the probability of gaining a sufficient amount of visibility or following in the time they desire might not be possible due to everyday limitations. We are proud that we have been able to establish a reliable system that delivers a "Natural" and most effective result."

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