Send in your demo
Before you submit your demo, make sure it is of the highest quality possible. This means ensuring that the production is polished, the arrangement is well thought out, and the mixdown is professional. It’s also a good idea to get feedback from other producers or trusted friends to make sure your track is ready for submission.
Once your demo is ready, it’s time to start sending it to us. Make sure to include all required information and any additional materials that may be requested, such as artist page links or artist bio .
It’s also a good idea to include a short, personal message with your demo explaining why you think your music would be a good fit for the label
Finally, don’t get discouraged if you don’t get a response right away or if you receive a rejection. It can take time before we react, and even the most successful artists have faced rejection at some point in their careers. Keep working on your craft and keep submitting your demos until you find the right fit. With persistence and determination, you can get your music heard and make a name for yourself in the scene.