We absolutely love demos. But do make sure you do your best to send us good stuff, stick to the Indie Dance genre and tell us something about yourself. No bullshit like “I let the music speak for itself”!

We listen carefully, so please be patient as you are not the only one sending demos. It might take some time to get feedback.

Before sending the submit button, do know that once we select your demo for a release, it will be hard work. We as a record label are not going to do the work all alone. For the sole reason that you, and only you are the ambassador of your very own work. So, promote the hell of it, and not just the week of the release.

We are a small independent label and do everything with passion. We expect nothing less from you.

Your demo

Please use Dropbox, Google Drive or a private Soundcloud link

Demo policy

  • First of all: BE PATIENT
    If your music is as good as you think it is, it will be timeless.
    Wait at least 2 weeks as we also have other stuff to do. Give us some time to listen and sort things out.
  • Always make it as personal as you can
    Add an intro and a bio. We’d like to know who we are dealing with.
    Add a little background: previous/upcoming releases, influences, what is important to you (no need to brag)
  • The right label
    Stick to the genre of the label. Have a listen to our releases!
    Never send demo mailouts to ‘undisclosed recipients”. If this is the case, we don’t even bother.
    Never send your demo to multiple labels at the same time. Make a shortlist and focus on them.
  • Sending your demo
    No direct downloads or attachments, we do not like viruses.
    Do not send snippets, ideas or add files with voice-overs ‘this is a demo’.
    Don’t send more than 3-4 tracks.
    Make sure the links you send work. Double-check, please.
    Don’t send the same demo more than once.
  • Your files
    When uploading .MP3, make sure it’s a 320k file. Preferably a mastered .wav so we can test it.
    Put in your artist name + title in the file name.
  • The music
    When you see you have loads of plays, and you haven’t managed to sign a deal, the track might not be as good as you think.
    If you recognize plays and did not hear back, we might be busy, but then it is a no go. We do tend to reply, always.
    We decide if we want to do a remix and by whom.

Thank you.