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Record Label Contacts: What's the deal with record companies, anyway? Aren't they supposed to be on the lookout for new talent? Why is it so hard to get them to listen to my demo? Geez, you'd think they weren't interested in hearing music at all!
One, they were sick of getting sued. About twenty years ago, labels and publishers began to get hit with nuisance "copyright infringement" lawsuits by songwriters claiming their songs had been stolen by the big, bad companies. In order to even begin filing such a suit, the plaintiff has to prove "access" -- that is, they must show that the company had had an opportunity to hear, and then steal, the song. Simply mailing an unsolicited demo to a record company was enough to show that the company had "access" to steal the song, even if they never actually listened to it.
Record Label Contacts: Two, 98% of all unsolicited material is garbage. It's true, believe me. Sure, there are some diamonds in there, but when the cost of going through it all is combined with the risk of getting sued for doing so, the companies decided they would risk missing out on a few "diamonds" to save a few clams.
Three, musicians are nuts. OK, not all musicians, but enough to terrorize, threaten, and/or generally harass and make life miserable for receptionists, secretaries and A&R people throughout the industry that in order to get some real work done, they had to stop taking calls from just anybody that decided it was time to quit their job and be a star.
Record Label Contacts: And four, they still get tons of new material to listen to from people that they already work with. In fact, most A&R people don't have enough time in their schedules to listen to all the new music that is sent to them by friends, managers, attorneys, and other trusted sources. But at least they know that this material will be worth listening to because someone is staking their professional reputation on it. And besides, these people aren't going to be telling them they know where their kids go to school if the company doesn't sign the band.
You can just present your music to our A&R team via a streaming service like Soundcloud/YouTube/Spotify and so forth. To upload your music to us is never again conceivable since our mailboxes became too crowded. Please present your best 1 song just, we will just hear one out song anyhow. When you present your demo, we might want you to give us the right to share your music on our Social Media pages. Basically to share your awesome music. We won't do this every time however, just in the event that we like your music. Month to month, we will award the best demo submitted to us. There is a check box in the demo accommodation form to give us this right. Please pursue our Facebook page to stay tuned.
Record Label Contacts: What Rexius Records do is to take your music to an unheard of level, therefore we are searching for attitude, talent, and driven individuals. We adore when individuals know why they are creating their music. Consequently, please also write a couple of lines why you are doing this and why you might want to be part of the Rexius family. Indeed, our artists are our family, when you are with us we are in this together. Be that as it may, please don't write an essay, a colossal mass of content won't cheer up our A&Rs. Rather they will skip it in the event that it is excessively long. Simply write short and compactly.
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We accept demos in all genres, many of our demo entries are inside: Rock, Pop, Singer/Songwriter, Country, EDM, Metal, Hip-Hop, Rap, Latin, R&B and Soul. We prioritize original music. In the event that you send a cover, you can expect not to be signed, however, we can always help writing original songs for you. Take a glance at our Songwriting page in the event that you are interested in.
Let's get the story straight from the horse's mouth. Let's have some A&R people tell you where and how they find new artists: We tune in to all demos that are submitted to us, however, please respect that we may take time to respond, because of many artists sending demos to us. However, you will always get a response for free. Record Label Contacts: Your demo shouldn't be perfect yet. We are tuning in to your potential, not the studio quality. On the off chance that you have a work in progress and are really talented, at that point we will enable you to shape the edges. Although, very much produced music does make a difference and please don't send a recording from your cell phone. (Truly, that actually happens… )
Subscribe to our newsletter, we will month to month send advice on how you can take your music to the following dimension. Write a short and succinct letter why you want to be part of Rexius Records and how we can help.
Your demo accommodation shouldn't be perfect. However great recording quality is taken into consideration. We don't any longer accept physical entries. Unfortunately, we don't have a CD-player at our place! Instead of paying for delivery and traditions we recommend you to simply send a digital connection to us.
Record Label Contacts: The obvious answer is: "Good luck!" That is by far the longest row to hoe. That's the most challenging way to try to build a career. Sometimes it happens. Sometimes you'll have songs that are so active or a writer who is just so enormously talented, that it is just obvious to everyone in the music business, and immediately that person has the appropriate support, and other people help them build their business and do it for them. That occasionally happens. But it's sort of like waiting around for gold to fall from the sky. There is no point.
Submit Demo tips: Soundcloud, Spotify and YouTube join are great. Present a demo (and just one demo) that represents you and that you are proud of. Try not to send the same song twice (however, continue working on your music) Incorporate your website, facebook, twitter, YouTube channel on the off chance that you have one you are proud of.
In the event that you need More tips, you can pursue the connection. Otherwise, feel free to submit a demo.
Looking forward to tuning in to your music!
Vice President, Talent Acquisitions
Universal Music Publishing Group
How do you find out about new writers or new artists?
Record Label Contacts: ASCAP and BMI turn me on to stuff, and I think that's a great opportunity for writers and artists. I'm not a real Internet person. I don't go into those sites and just scope around for new material. I don't have time for that. I don't think that's the best way for me to spend my time. If someone sends me something that way, I'll listen to it. But I don't just go searching that way. I'd much rather stick a CD in my CD player. There is too much on the Internet that's not very good. Anybody who ever wrote anything can go in there.
There are obvious business relationships I have, as far as the attorneys and managers. I've developed relationships with them over the years. A lot of people send me stuff, who aren't the managers and attorneys, that I feel have done right by me over the years and sent me great stuff. I think it's hard for a new band or new songwriters who don't necessarily have those relationships with a manager or an attorney to sometimes get in the door.
Director of A&R
Where do you get the demos that you listen to?
A lot of it comes from organizations like Mix Makers: and ASCAP and the people there. A lot of stuff comes in from friends around the country and people who are in bands. Record Label Contacts: I love the fact that bands support each other. I'll be talking to one band, and maybe it's never going to happen, but they'll constantly send me stuff. "Hey, you've got to check this band out." "We played with this band." "We talked to these guys." A lot of it is word of mouth. We get stuff from attorneys and managers and publishing companies just like everybody else does.
Director of A&R
So how do you find new artists?
So as far as the touring base and all of that, we just need some songs. Actually, I'd prefer bands that I think no one knows about--a band that I can discover, that are new and just starting. I saw Union Underground with maybe 14 people there at a bar in San Antonio, Texas. They put the show on just for me. They didn't have any fans, but I thought, "Man, this is so on." And we did a deal.
I call Mix Makers: People who want to succeed badly enough, find a way to get to me. If I hear something that I think we can work with, I'm on it right away. If I hear a demo and I really think it's good, I go to their web site or look at the pictures.
Vice President, A&R
What are some things that artists can do to get themselves noticed?
Create a following and a story. Things that would contribute to a "story" would be various data that we could track -- sold out shows, record sales, and getting airplay on their own. That happens all the time. Those are things that virtually all A&R people look for.
Senior Vice President of A&R
Do you take unsolicited tapes?
Record Label Contacts: Yeah. I'm not just looking for an act that is "good enough," or "deserves a deal." Every day that I come in, I'm looking to find the best act the world has to offer. Of course, that's easier said than done, but it's also the only thing that really matters. Right now I'm handling about a dozen artists. Given all the aspects of the job, you have to be very selective about who you add to that list. In other words, the top of the pyramid are the people you have the closest relationships with, and you work your way down from there?
No, not really. The flood of material coming into an A&R office every week can be upwards of several hundred submissions. When you've worked in the business as long as I have, you know a lot of people, and a lot of people know you. All I can say is there are always more pitches than the day is long. My time for dealing with new pitches is somewhat limited. So I try to start at the top of the pyramid and work down.
Michael Goldberg - A&R
What can that band in Peoria do to get themselves ready for a deal if they don't have real management working for them?
Record Label Contacts: I think it's all about playing out -- and not just in Peoria, but go to Chicago. Go to St. Louis. Start doing a little local tour. Build a big enough following in Peoria, make a little money, get a van, and start touring around and creating a buzz. Promote yourself. Just get out there. I used to go out there every night with 10 Speed and put posters up with some sort of glue slop, just to get them up all over the place. Believe in yourself and work hard.
Do you spend any time on the Internet cruising around looking for bands?
Just cruising around? No. But sometimes I check things out on certain sites that I hear about. Sometimes if I hear about a band and don't know anything about them, I'll go do a search on them to find out more or get a contact number for them.
Vice President A&R
How do you find your new artists?
I have a little bit of a different approach to A&R. I look at the market to see where the void is, and then I try to fill the void. For instance with a group like B2K, basically I thought that there was a lack of young male urban groups in the marketplace, so I really sought to find that. Record Label Contacts: I went out on the road and put together about 25 showcases in different cities around the country last year. I actually ended up finding B2K at a showcase right here in Los Angeles.
Try not to hope to get a brisk answer and don't send follow-up emails, it will simply be tedious for us making you wait longer. Try not to hope to get feedback on your music. Despite the fact that we would love to offer feedback to all music submitted to us, there's just no opportunity to give proper feedback without applying extra resources. However, For artists striving to improve their work, we offer professional Music Feedback and Music Career Advice
What would you say to an artist that says, "My music is the only calling card I need. I'm so good that Clive Davis is going to hear about me and show up in front of my house in a limousine with a briefcase full of cash and make me a star?"
Vice President, A&R
What can a band in Peoria do to get your attention?
Record Label Contacts: If they were to sell out the Madison Theatre in Peoria, which I think has 1,500 seats, and get on the radio station there, I would go there to see them. What that implies is that they have an amazing song or songs. They know how to write songs that get people interested. Do you know what I mean? You write songs that get people to rally around your band where people say, "This is my band. I love this band." And why do you love a band? Because of their songs. And whether it's a typical pop song that you hear on the radio that has all the great parts in it. Or whether it's a non-traditional song like System Of A Down writes. Technically, it might not be a song according to the John Denver songbook, but it's still a great song. It's still able to get people to say, "This is my favorite band. This is what I'm all about. I'm about this band." Why are they someone's favorite band? Because they write songs that you can take to heart. People say, "Oh my god, that's my song. That's me."
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