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TuneCore Paid $36 Million To Indie Musicians In First 3 Months Of 2015

tunecore logoEarlier this month, Believe Digital acquired flat fee D.I.Y. digital music distributor TuneCore, in a move that reshuffled the indie music distribution deck. Today, Tunecore shared its most recent payouts to indie artists.

image from www.hypebot.comTuneCore announced today that it paid $36 million to artists in the first three months of 2015. That’s a a 5% increase versus the same three months last year.  The earnings represent income from 2.8 billion downloads and streams.

Since 2006, TuneCore Artists have earned over $541 million from over 15.2 billion downloads and streams, according to the company.

International Growth

Growth in international music consumption is helping to drive income for more independent musicians.  Emerging markets including Chile, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Poland and Turkey experienced growth, seeing 134%, 70%, 48%, 68% and 180% increases respectively.

TuneCore now serves music to 150+ digital music partners; and in Q1 added Play.me (Italy) and Zvooq (Russia and surrounding countries).

Publishing

Artists using TuneCore Music Publishing Administration have now registers over 300,000 compositions – a 20% increase (Q1 2015 vs. Q1 2014).  Recent high-profile placements include: HBO’s hit series Girls, cable series Better Call Saul and the feature film Furious 7.

The company produced this infographic to illustrate quarterly growth:

image from www.tunecore.com

Story Appears via @hypebot

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Source Magazine Cover Release Event ATL

We were very happy to work with Source Magazine to produce their April/May 2012 Magazine Issue Release Party at the legendary Artist Factory!

 

Thank You to our  Event Hosts Lil Bankhead and Ft. Knox

A BIG SHOUT OUT  to the Artist Factory and the whole Wish Creative team for Makin’ It Happen

 

 

 

 

 

Special Thanks to Ciroc, Akoo Clothing, Redbull, Agirlandherhiphop.com, Monster DJs, and Mirosa Beer

 

Check out a few pics of the event – hopefully we will get the videos up soon!

Juve, Kimberly Jo, Hiriam Hicks, and Teddy Deraj

Gregory Smith, Kimberly Jo, B.Cox

Hamilton Park Members & Jive Artist Issa

Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall & “Do It” Artist Mykko Montanna

The Incredible Angie Stone

Mr. Collipark and Source’s Summer Smith

DJ Kutthroat

Source Magazine May 2012 Cover

OK…people!  Make sure to check out this month’s Source Magazine.  Check back with us for videos of the event’s performances from Planet VI (formerly Rock City), Mykko Montana, Ying Yang and more!