We are excited to announce that we have started selling the metal magazine Metalegion, in our webstore. For now we have issue 5 to 9 in our store, and issue #10 will be available somewhere in november.
We’re closing in on release of Arvas’s sixth album ‘VI’, and for that reason we’re having sale on all cd’s in our store.
By using the code ‘Arvas4ever‘ you’ll get 15% off on all cd’s in our store, on your first purchase.
So don’t miss the chance of getting your copy of VI or one of the other albums in our store, for a lower price.
Campaign is active until end of this weekend.
In a series of posts we will discuss what you as an artist should expect from the label you are signing up with. And even though we should be starting with the obvious, which is the contract, or agreement, this part is so extensive that we’re saving that for later. Before we get into contract-making, we feel it might be nice to have a little knowledge about some other stuff that is usefull to know before signing any deal. One of them being;
There are a few minimum requirements that a recordlabel should provide their artists. One of them being promotion. Perhaps one of the most important one Unless you’re allready a major selling artist, music simply does not sell itself. It needs to be promoted, and it need to be promoted well.
Here at Whispering Voice Records we do our very best for all artists under our wings. We do so not only by operating with independent promoteurs all over the world, but we do so by doing targeted and effectful promotion. This means that we do not simply put a post up on Facebook and expect big results. In order to reach out we to the research first.
Finding out what media has the best chance of reaching your type of audience, for the music you are releasing, is something we are really good at.
But have the knowling of what to spend, and where, is often a result of trial and error, AND a learning skill.
This is not done in a day, even if the label have used the same promoters before. No artists are ever the same, and neither is the music. Using the same promotion-tactics on all rleases will surely fail, sooner or later.
A label that isn’t willing to spend the least amount of money on promoting your music, is a label that has no faith in it
Remember, no good promotion is ever free. Putting adds in different magazines, webzines and even radio, costs money. But doing this right can mean the difference between cash and trash. And a label that isn’t willing to spend the least amount of money on promoting your music, is a labe that has no faith in your music. Then you become just another rooster-filler.
For some labels, it’s all about the numbers-game. The quanta. The more music a label can release, the more dineros they can cash out. But for each band it amounds to such a small amount that it doesn’t even cover the cost of publishing. In other words, the band doesn’t see a dime.
So before signing with a label, you should make sure to ask them what kind of promotion they do. It’s a fair question, and it should have a fair answer.
Since the release of ‘Equanimity’ the band has been working on their new album. They released the single ‘Silent Night’ in november 20, which is also a track in the new album. The album is featuring 12 strong, and hard hitting track, and might be some of the hardest they’ve released so far.
The album is set to be release on september 17th this year, and presales will be available on the 6th of september.
Track list for ‘VI’ :
Due to problems with the site we’ve decided to move our store to an external server. This is actually our old store, which we used when we started up in 2014.
In our store you can chose to pay in USD or EUR. If you reside in Norway you can also pay with NOK. We ship to all parts of the world, and by chosing what country you want your merchs delivered to, you can also chose between tracking or non-tracking.
The new shop can be found in our meny.
I’ve been a die–hard music fan since my youth, but I began to understand the structure of music when I learned to DJ 12 years ago. After a few years of DJing with vinyl, a program called Serato was introduced that allowed me to DJ using MP3’s with the same control I had with vinyl. As a bonus though, unlike vinyl, MP3’s can be edited and remixed. My first production endeavors were simple re-edits of songs for improved mixing. My friend John Goff, a lifelong analog and electronic musician, would help me with these re-edits and indulged me as I became more ambitious with my arrangements. John suggested that we build some original music together. We put some instrumental compositions together, and then serendipitously met Merritt Lear and her former bandmate Joe Cassidy. Merritt added incredible vocals and melody ideas, and Joe added guitar and production/arrangement. We completed two songs, decided to name our project NØISE, and to rush produce a 7 inch for release at my 50 Shades of Black art show. I worked up some art for a screen-printed cover, and we cut and glued 500 sleeves to complete the NØISE “Little Lions” 45 RPM 7 inch. Additionally, all 500 are signed and numbered but will still be priced at $10… with no added “Art Tax” in sight. You can listen to the music on the turntables provided in the Subliminal Projects gallery, or buy it for the art. To be clear though, this is not an art project with music included, it is a music project with art included. We’ll release some stuff digitally eventually, but it’s vinyl only for now. Get the NØISE “Little Lions” 7 inch at 50 Shades of Black.
DJ Lowtempo is pleased to announce additional dates to the 2017 North American tour!
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Following an already impressive catalog that includes last year’s “Primus EP”on NBGS, “High Key” is LowTempo’s first full-length album on Croma. Crunchy guitar licks, intricate solos and occasional improvisations are the order of the day, combined with hip hop beats, skillfully chopped vocals and tight synth lines to devastating effect.
We’re now exactly one week away from the release date. To make the wait a little smoother, the fatigued one was totally down to the idea of previewing a track for y’all before the album drops. So without wasting too much time, here is the opening track from “High Key”:
“Cherry Bopper” | http://bit.ly/1pOVCo8
Album is out on May 6th!