SubmitHub was founded in late 2015 as a way to make the process of sending music to curators as easy and transparent as possible. We give you all sorts of statistics and ways to filter who to send your music to so you can make sure your song ends up in the right hands. For curators, this means getting sent more music you’ll actually like.
The process works well: more than 711,000 songs have been shared to date. But the competition is stiff, and even the most-successful artists can’t please everyone. Music is subjective, and no two curators hear a song the same way. As such, SubmitHub is best used by individuals who have realistic expecations about what success in the music industry looks like in 2020.
Music bloggers and playlisters have a lot of influence in the music industry. Major Labels and the editors at Spotify and Apple Music look to them for early tip-offs about the best new songs to feature, so picking up a few solid placements could mean the difference between getting 100 plays on your new song, or getting 100,000 plays.
If you love to discover music but feel overwhelmed by the number of submissions you receive, SubmitHub is probably the right tool for you. We let you choose your genres, release-date preferences, song formats, and a whole lot more.
Submissions are neatly organized, with plenty of supporting information accompanying each one so that you can make informed decisions about what you want to feature, and what might not work.