We are looking for new acts to join our small but perfectly formed independent record label.
Obviously you don’t want to sign up with any old Tom, Dick or Harry, and we want to listen to you before we invite you into our studio… so….. we’ve hit upon a bit of a scheme…
How’s this all going to work?
1 - Send us your music. We’ll take a listen, if we like what you do, we’ll have a chat.
If we still like each other then you can join the bill to play at our gig.
2 – Play a set at our gig – you bring some fans, and we’ll give you the opportunity to perform at a London venue.
If we still like what each other is doing musically, then we’ll invite you to……
3 - Film and record a track live at our London studio.
We’ll put this up onto YouTube and see how it flies with the rest of the world. If all goes well here then we move forward to……
4 - Record and release an EP with us. We’ll release it digitally and produce a small run of CDs. We’ll market it through blogs, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter etc. If you don’t already do all of that – we can help. We’ll do our best to make the EP a success and help you to find a career in the industry. We’ll dedicate a budget to your album and involve you in the planning to make it work.
For more detail about it all head over to… http://www.abubillamusic.com/discover
Interested? There’s a few ways you can get in touch:
1. Like us on Facebook and post a video or a link to your track on our wall.
2.Tweet us your music via: @AbubillaMusic
3. Tell your friends and fans to do the same!
The closing date for our first gig is Sunday the 14th of April. If all goes well, we’ll do it again soon.
For more information, please email Milly or Andy on email@example.com
We’ll reply to everyone that sends something, but not everyone will make it through 1 – 4.
Abubilla Music is a music label, based in London with house band The Saturday Morning Canasta Club and a selection of Discovery artists forming the backbone of the roster. Through The Singing Wells project, Abubilla Music partners with Ketebul Music in Nairobi on a project to archive the traditional music of East Africa.