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24 Mar 2011, 2:51 am

I've used a whole bunch of different sites for hosting my music but I think I've found what I consider to be the best for us indie musicians:

You can upload individual track and offer them for free, for a set price, or let the listener pay what they want. The money is automatically sent to your Paypal email address (minus a small cut to You can also group tracks into albums. Every page is fully customizable!

Here's mine!


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Joined: 28 Oct 2010
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24 Mar 2011, 10:02 am


I've used that website as a consumer, and it's definitely great.

Your music is pretty special, BTW. Congratulations! If you're looking for wider-spread distribution, I just happened to read this yesterday about a new label called Deep Revelations, which is currently soliciting material from musicians/producers:

Are you looking for more artists and if so where should producers send demos?
We're always on the lookout for new artists that will fit in with the sounds here at Deep Revelations, so if you're a producer who likes to experiment with their drum & bass production, send us your bits!! The best way to send tracks is through AIM: secondcomingdnb or deeprevelations.

Found that here: ... el-profile
Might be worth checking out ... good luck!

Put the curse of loneliness on every boy and every girl,
Until everybody's kickin', everybody's scratchin',
Everything seems to fail ?
And it was all for the want of a nail.