Deciding to Re-release My Commercial Discography.
After some thought earlier this week I looked for an alternative to TuneCore to publish my music commercially. I said in one of my previous blog posts that my commercial discography would be retired by March next year, but in the end I've decided to cancel my renewals with TuneCore, and remove my releases and go with another online publisher, who I had heard of before, a few years ago but I tried TuneCore first, and it cost me a lot of money, with little in return, earned from my music. The new publisher I have chosen is DistroKid. It is a lot more sensibly priced and I have already submitted six releases for commercial distribution. Some of them are already up on a bunch of online music streaming services. They take a little bit longer to appear on Spotify it seems so if you had been listening to my music on Spotify the music will be back, and this time, my discography will be larger, because I have already released some material that hasn't seen a commercial release before like the song "Temple" as a single, and my "Realised" EP, for example. There will be more of it too.
One of the releases I will be especially glad to release commercially soon is my "The Eyes of the Mystic" EP, which will include the Hammerfest Mix of "The Realisation", not the original mix from the original version of the EP that's on my Bandcamp. Fans of Big Muff fuzz should check out The Eyes of the Mystic when it is released, or you can check it out on my Bandcamp already.
So, my commercial discography will be here to stay this time for a small fee. I will also be trying some new promotion techniques to hopefully get more of you listening, and purchasing my music, if I'm lucky! Check my music out on Spotify or iTunes, or your favourite streaming service, see if I'm on there. There'll be more from me soon,