Digital downloads and streaming now account for more than double that of physical sales, so it’s more important than ever to get your music online and available for download/streaming by your fans!

We have an exclusive deal with industry innovators Phonofile (based out of Norway), and we can make your music available on all leading digital platforms with very little lead time and no real hard costs. What’s more is that we can provide in-depth marketing and sales points to Phonofile who then communicate them to all the major digital platforms like iTunes, Spotify and Deezer. This puts you in the right place to be chosen by editorial teams to be featured on banners, playlists and newsletters when your song or album is released!

Send us a mail today and we’ll set up a meeting to chat about getting your songs onto all the major platforms including iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, Spotify, Deezer, Shazam, Youtube Red, 7 Digital, Amazon, etc.


Streaming music is hardly the new kid on the block, but it’s seemingly grown exponentially in the past few years thanks to services like Pandora, Spotify, and most recently, Apple Music. According to the RIAA, for the year gone by, the streaming sites generated $2.4 billion, accounting for 34.3% of all industry revenue.

Digital Downloads

Digital downloads (from services like iTunes, Amazon, Bandcamp, etc), a tally which includes both digital album and singles sales, accounted for 34% of record label revenue in 2015. Recent rumours speculate that Apple will soon begin phasing out its digital download store iTunes, in favour of a pure streaming service!

Physical CDs

CDs still sell... for some artists that is: A few examples of albums that sold more physical product in 2015 (with the physical percentage in parenthesis) were Adele’s “25” (69%), Luke Bryan’s “Kill the Lights” (73%), Meghan Trainor’s “Title” (60%), One Direction’s “Made in the A.M.”, John Williams’ “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” and Taylor Swift’s “1989” (the latter three albums all with approximately 59% physical).


While CD sales continue to dip year after year, vinyl continues to be the music industry’s surprise success story. 2015 marked the tenth consecutive year that vinyl sales have grown considerably, and the medium doesn’t look like it’s forward surge will slow down anytime soon.

“The updated Billboard 200 will utilize accepted industry benchmarks for digital and streaming data, equating 10 digital track sales from an album to one equivalent album sale, and 1,500 song streams from an album to one equivalent album sale.”