Are you a record label or artist management company?
Neither. We are not a record label nor do we manage recording artists. We provide music business development, artist development, and music publishing services.
Although we may publish our opinions about music, we do not provide music evaluation services where we charge a fee to critique songs. Solely evaluating music to determine whether songs will generate mass appeal or garner a record deal is not beneficial to recording artists. Multiple factors goes into making a hit record and securing a recording contract. There is no cookie cutter approach to landing a record deal or making a platinum selling single.
Do you produce song demos?
Yes, but we take a co-writing approach in order to build our music catalog. This means there are times where we may have a song idea, or unfinished song, and look for producers and songwriters to help us complete the project.
Do you host or support local talent shows that promise winners connections to people who can get them a record deal?
No. We do not believe these types of shows are in the best interests of recording artists. Record companies and record labels do not offer contracts based on connections with their executives.
Will you pass our demo along to someone who can get me a record deal?
No. Recording contracts are not offered to artists simply because they have a good demo. We do not pass demos to A&R executives, music industry insiders, and famous recording artists.
Does your website publish gossip news stories?
No. The purpose of our website is to provide inspirational and educational content that serves as helpful resources to recording artists, record labels, and artist management companies. We do not publish articles based on gossip that may sensationalize inaccurate information. Please review our about us page and our services page.