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Music submission to Spotify, Deezer, YouTube, Google Play Music and Apple Music playlists

Submission alternatives

Please click here and put a minute to read these notes before submitting/sending your music.

1. Submit your track, album or artist and receive a feedback

You can ask me for a feedback on different aspects of your tracks. Besides, If there are any tracks from your artist catalogue that fit the vibe of playlists, they will be added. You pay a small fee for this and will receive a refund in case I couldn’t make to review and comment on your submission in less than 10 days:

  • Reach me on HumanHuman
  • Follow the steps on the website

2. Submit your track

Fill in the music submission form and your track will be checked. If it’s a beautiful fit for playlists and I want more information, will get in touch with you:

3. Send a DVD, CD, Vinyl or Cassette

Do you remember the good old times when you could walk into rooms filled with DVDs, CDs, Vinyls, Cassettes, look at them, touch them, check the artworks, album names, track names, feel everything with all your senses, smell the room full of those arts around you? Hear a lovely song in the background while exploring?

Now we are living in the digital age and people are used to find their favourite music on digital platforms and listen to it in a matter of seconds. Kudos to these platforms and their creators. They have helped many unknown artists to reach a wide range of music fans around the world.

But, I can’t deny how much I love sitting in studio with a cup of tea in hand, playing a CD or Vinyl, looking at the album artworks, checking the booklet, track names, lyrics, name of team members, etc. I mean there is a whole bunch of information there to learn and dig into when you have the physical craft in hand. There is simply much more to experience. Who made this record? How is it composed? Who wrote the lyrics? What is it all about? How the artist wanted to communicate her/his feelings through the craft? Who recorded/mixed/mastered it? In which studio? What the artworks are trying to convey? Who are the players? How they left their signatures on the music?

Recently I did this with the album “The Raven That Refused to Sing” by Steven Wilson, The brain behind the UK band Porcupine Tree. Yea, Right. It takes time. But it is so lovely. Isn’t it? 

If you want me to experience your craft this way, you can send it to:

N.O.D
PO Box 1040
Kristinehöjdsgatan 9A
412 82 Gothenburg
Sweden

For physical music submission, make sure you include your contact information and social links in the post packet or inform me about the postage through contact form.

Please have these in mind

Availability on streaming platforms

Make sure the track is available on one of the following: Spotify, Deezer, YouTube, Google Play Music or Apple Music. I curate playlists only on the mentioned platforms. You can find all the playlists here.

Music quality

Please submit tracks with a professional level of songwriting, production, singing, artworks, etc. which are ready for the public listener, can present you best and show your musical personality. It’s good for everyone and hears better.

Accepted genres and types

I work with a wide range of musical genres/types except Hip Hop/Rap, Growling Metal, Religious and Political music. If your track falls into the mentioned categories, please consider sending it to curators who are active in those fields. You may find some help here.

Answering emails and messages

All the submissions will be listened to and nothing is ignored. I appreciate your understanding if it takes longer to come back to you or not at all. Please don’t take it as disrespect. It’s practically impossible for me to answer all emails and messages.

Music submission through direct message, tweet or email

Music submissions through Twitter (Message or Tweet), Facebook, SoundCloud, Instagram, Linkedin, Last.fm, Reverbnation, Contact Form, email, etc. won’t be considered. Please follow alternatives mentioned above.

Payola or other types of transactions

I try to keep a pure editorial mentality and rather to consider quality, the vibes of the playlists and be honest to my own taste when choosing a track for playlists.

Money is not accepted just for adding a track to a playlist.

Sending DVDs, CDs, Vinyls, Cassettes, merchandise, liking, following, sharing, retweeting, posting about the playlists, subscribing, etc. doesn’t guarantee that your track will be added to a playlist.

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of music. Soon!