The Wrap-Up Magazine.com
has been looking for the hottest digital media
websites online for artist to promote their music. Digital media are any media that are encoded in a machine-readable format. Digital media can be created, viewed, distributed, modified and preserved on computers and androids. Take a look at some of these websites below to submit your content to today.
This time Tindeck.com
has came into our eyesite. If you're in a band, you can use Tindeck to host your tracks. This is a site for free MP3 uploads for sharing original music and audio...More (CLICK HERE)
Clowdy.com unifies digital media sharing, so musicians, filmmakers and photographers can distribute any media type and collaborate in one place. It has no upload limits...More (CLICK HERE)
Media.Net has been working for over a decade with the world's leading major labels and thousands of independent labels to give you access to digital services...More (CLICK HERE)
Deezer.com is the No. 1 site for listening to music on demand. Discover more than 35 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with friends and family...More (CLICK HERE)
Spotify.com's Daniel Ek created a free, Facebook-enabled platform that could save the recording industry from falling under. All artists can now list their merchandise within Spotify, for free! Spotify is now free on the Windows Phone...More (CLICK HERE)
On Amazon.com, you can sell your music, shop by department, top rated gifts, or try their digital services. Be sure to write a customer review of your product chosen...More (CLICK HERE)
Itunes.com is the world's easiest way to organize and add to your digital media collection. There are also great gift ideas for stockings such as +iTunes GiftCards...More (CLICK HERE)
If you see something is missing, you can add it. You can find information about different rock years, styles, bands. From the 1950's to the current year. from Rock 'n' Roll to Heavy Metal. From Chuck Berry to Black Sabbath...More(CLICK HERE)
Easy Street Records.com is an independent record store located in Seattle, Washington. Easy Street operated two stores - the first, located in West Seattle, opened in 1988...More (CLICK HERE)
Although this not the full list, there will be more sites posted soon. We recommend all unsigned artist find a way to promote themselves with a budget. Find a way to open more doors for the music industry. Rumors are that no cd's went platinum in 2014. The save the music industry by doing our part to stand out and make a move thats yours.