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Indie Rock Band
Secret City Records
Indie Label from Quebec
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Scruff of the Neck
Label from Manchester
Dance To The Radio
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Nico & Vinz
Afrobeat Pop Duo
Band from the UK
Bright Antenna Records
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Wagram Stories Berlin
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French psych-punk band
French House Label
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The Supermen Lovers
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Un Plan Simple
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Their careers are taking off thanks to Groover
HNRY FLWR (Brooklyn) amplifies his album release & plays at SXSW"My monthly listeners have doubled on Spotify, they have connected me with other industry people, and set up showcases for us at SXSW and New Colossus Festival in NYC".
Álec gets featured on Rolling Stone Brasil"Groover is a very important platform for artists who need help to get noticed!".
Low Island (UK) expand their network globally"Groover has been incredibly helpful in getting our music in front of new audiences through play-listing and radio opportunities, as well as providing us with honest feedback on our tracks".
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Promotion: how to choose a budget for your releaseMusic promotion is the crucial step that follows the production of your music and its distribution on streaming platforms. Music promotion starts when your track/EP/album is ready and its release strategy is prepared. There are great tools to help you in this crucial stage of music promotion- including Groover, which allows you to contact the best media, labels and music industry professionals with the guarantee of a response within 7 days. But one question remains, the one that many musicians and music professionals ask themselves: what kind of budget should you invest in to promote your music?.
How to get more Spotify streams without cheatingIn an ever changing market, promoting your music is essential. Fortunately, there are more and more powerful tools to help you do so- including Groover. Streaming has become a new pillar of the recorded music sector and now represents more than 59% of the French market. In 2019, there were 350 million paying users on streaming services worldwide. With Spotify at the top of the list (far ahead of Apple Music and Amazon Music), it is now becoming necessary for every artist to develop their business on the platform and boost their streams.
However, there’s no use in cheating by buying streams! Depending on the service you use, your distributor or Spotify may notice that you’ve purchased streams and penalize you by permanently disabling your artist account. That’s why it’s important to build up your visibility on the platform in a progressive and organic way. Here are 7 tips to boost your streams without cheating and finally stand out from the crowd..
Radio: how to get your songs successfully on airAmong the many options available to emerging artists to promote their music, it is difficult to find the methods adapted to their ambitions, needs and means. Getting your song played on the radio has long been a luxury, a service reserved for artists signed to major labels or benefiting from a huge network of influence.
However, in recent years, things have been changing, and new alternatives are being put in place to encourage the discovery of new artists. Because going on the radio, broadcasting your songs on FM, remains an indispensable lever to propel your career..
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