Playlists Curated With Passion
Playlists are playling a increasingly role in music business. We’re right at the forefront of progress. Enoy the music format which is thought to be the new album.
What we do
We see it as my primary task to curate playlists that the listeners love. But it is also important to us to support DIY and indie artists. They’ve got the same chance to get a placement at our playlists as the ‘big players’. So what we do is…
Music is our passion. Streaming our field.
All our playlists are created and managed at Spotify. They are subsequently synched with other streaming services. You can find them also at Deezer, Youtube and SoundCloud.
Fans @ Spotify
It is very easy to submit a track and apply for an playlist placement at our submission website klangspotplaylists.com. Please deactivate your adblocker to ensure the website works faultless. If our free submission system doesn’t work for you or we have to check your track till next friday, check out the ‘Collaborator’ or ‘Editor’ tier at our Patreon page.
“When artists own their own rights or they’re doing equitable deals with their labels, they see the bulk of streaming money coming through. And what’s interesting is this also helps them connect and engage with their fans better than ever before on all elements of their global business from recorded to live.”
Annabella Coldrick, Chief Executive, Music Managers Forum at BBC Music Introducing presents Amplify
Prejudices against Streaming?
In our opinion Annabella Coldrick is completely right. We believe streaming is the medium of the future (followed by vinyl) and playlists are the best way to sort and arrange songs. Take the chances of the digital age! As listener you can enjoy to listen to constantly changing compilations of songs. And there has been never better times for musicians and producers to release and promote music. Use the possibilities of streaming and social media!
Klangspot startet die Studio Series – eine neue Serie von Spotify Playlists über legendäre Tonstudios. Den Anfang macht das Hansa Studio Berlin. In der neuen Playlist Reihe widmen wir uns den geschichtsträchtigen Tempeln der Musikproduktion. Ohne Rücksicht auf...