Platforms for music distribution in 2023

14 Apr 2023

Long gone are the days you need a label to release music, Nowadays you can do it yourself with no contract! Lets take a look at a few:

Amuse: Amuse gets your music onto all the music stores and streaming platforms that matter, like Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Tidal, Amazon Music, Deezer, Google Music, Shazam, and YouTube. For the full list of stores available when you upload your music through Amuse

Distrokid: Distrokid is a music distribution service that gets your tracks onto all the major music stores and streaming platforms. Users pay a yearly fee of $19.99 to upload unlimited albums and songs and artists always keep 100% of their rights and royalties. 

Tunecore: For a flat fee of $9.99 per single or $29.99 per album, Tunecore distributes your music to over 150 digital stores and streaming platforms. TuneCore artists keep 100% of the profits they earn from sales, downloads, and streaming revenue.

Ditto: With unlimited releases starting from around $25 USD per year, Ditto distributes your music to over 200 stores, including all the major streaming platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube, and more. Ditto has three distribution packages available for music makers at every stage of their career - Artist, Professional, and Label. Ditto lets you keep 100% of your rights and royalties, has 24/7 artist support, and lets you track sales and trending data with daily analytics reports.

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This is a very wonderful piece of information especially for music makers.
Interesting, although I'm from the "Napster" generation :)
The disruption enables music of all sorts to get to the people that are Likely to consume it. We all have different tastes and easy access to distribution makes music much more accessible.