Places you can sell your music
Record Union are proud to distribute music to a large and diverse collection of online music stores and services. See below for a list of the music stores we are currently distributing music to.
Other products and services
Digital music stores and services
Below you will find a selection of music services which cater to all kinds of genres. These include download stores, streaming and mobile services.
Spotify is a new way to experience music with no restrictions to what or when you listen, no need to download songs and fill up your hard drive, just unlimited music. Simply download the program and you get immediate access to a world of music. Spotify also incorporates features such as playlists that can be shared between friends in order to discover new music. Spotify is instant, simple and free.
The iTunes Store is the world's most popular online music store with a catalogue of over 10 millions songs. With Apple's legendary ease of use, pioneering features such as integrated podcasting support, the ability to turn on previously purchased tracks into complete albums at a reduced price, and easy integration with iPod and iPhone, the iTunes Store is one of the best ways for Mac and PC users to legally discover, purchase and download music online. Record Union distributes to iTunes globally.
Amazon MP3 is Amazon.com´s digital music store. It is currently the second largest music retailer in the world, second only to iTunes. They showcase a diverse range of music from all over the world.
First launching only in the US, they have now launched on the UK market, with more Europeans markets to follow. Record Union distributes to Amazone MP3 globally.
Google Play a digital application used by Android devices to browser and download music, magazines, books,
movies, television programs, and applications published through Google.
Having your music on Google Play Music™ will put it within easy reach of the millions of people using the service to purchase and discover new music everyday.
The “Music All Access” subscription tier enables all of this but also users the ability store your music “in the cloud” and while making it streamable (both offline and online) across all their android devices without needing to sync.
The concept behind Deezer is simple: to offer free and legal on demand streaming to a diverse range of music, while offering all a share in advertising revenue generated on the service. Beyond a dynamic and highly developed streaming platform, Deezer boasts a range of functionality which enables users to share, listen and discover new music. With over 9 million users, and as a many unique visitors a month, Deezer is one of the largest streaming services in the world.
WiMP, launched in 2010, is an on demand music streaming service created
by Aspiro in collaboration with Telenor and Platekompaniet. WiMP offers a
downloadable platform which enables listeners to stream music from a
rapidly expanding catalogue of music from both major and independent
labels. The platform also offers a range of playlist creation, music
discovery and recommendation tools which make WiMP highly competitive
within the streaming market. Currently WiMP is available in Norway and
Rhapsody is an online music service run by Real Networks. Launched in December 2001, Rhapsody was the first music service to offer streaming on-demand access to nearly its entire library of digital music. Music can be browsed and streamed through the rhapsody.com streaming service and the Rhapsody Jukebox Player, though Rhapsody also supports the pay-per-download model.
eMusic is a subscription based music store with over 400,000 subscribers worldwide. They are the world’s largest retailer of independent music, with more 4.5 million tracks from over 40,000 independent labels. Based in New York, eMusic is currently available in the United States, Canada, Europe and the United Kingdom.
Rdio is an unlimited, on-demand social music service created by the
founders of Skype. With Rdio, users can listen to as many songs as they
want, anytime, anywhere, and discover and share new music with friends
and influencers. Rdio is available on a variety of platforms including
web, Mac or PC desktop client, mobile devices such as iPhone, Android,
BlackBerry and Windows Mobile 7, and in-home devices like Sonos and
Roku. Rdio launched in August 2010 and is currently available in the US
MixRadio is a music discovery app which comes pre-installed on all the latest Nokia Lumia smartphones - it is also available for download for devices using the Windows Phone operating system. The basic "free" version of MixRadio offers a personalized radio station which changes based on listener tastes. For just a small monthly, user get a range of premium benefits like unlimited track-skipping, unlimited offline mixes, high-quality audio over Wi-Fi.
7 Digital is UK’s leading digital media delivery company, and powers over 1,000 digital properties, including their own 7digital download stores in the UK, Ireland, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Austria and Portugal. As of January 2008, more than 3.5 million tracks are available from 7Digital.com, the majority without DRM restrictions. Record Union distributes to 7Digital and over 30 of its subsidiaries.
Simfy gives music fans access to over 20 million songs in the cloud.
Users can listen to music, create playlists, and share them via social
networks. A number of service options are available for listeners,
including free advertising-financed and subscription based premium
services. Launched in 2010, Simfy has become one of the leading streaming services in Europe and is currently available in Germany,
Austria, Switzerland and South Africa.
Sony Music Unlimited
Reached via Vidzone
Music Unlimited – formerly Qriocity – is the name of Sony
Music´s on demand streaming service and part of the Sony Entertainment
Network. As of January 2001, Music unlimited boasts a catalog of 15
million tracks and over 1 million active users.
Reached via: 24/7 Entertainment
CDON is Scandinavia´s largest online entertainment store, and offer a
of of media such as Music, Films, Books, Games and Merchandise. They
offer a large catalogue of music to
preview and download on demand, DRM free. CDON are a household name in
most part Scandinavia, and is a trusted source for new music and media
for many. CDON currently has online stores in Sweden, Norway, Denmark
Reached via Vidzone
we7 is a UK based Music On-Demand music streaming service and integrated download store. The service now has five million licensed tracks to stream and download from all four major labels and hundreds of independents labels and distributors.
Reached via: 24/7 Entertainment
Meteli.net is a Finnish download store offering high-quality DRM free
MP3s and a range of features enabling visitors to write reviews, rate
albums and discuss music. They also offer Finland´s most comprehensive
music events callendar covering all types of music - as a user you can
even create your own callendar and are encouraged to discuss past gigs
you have attended.
Reached via: 24/7 Entertainment
HMV are a household name in the UK with over 280 high street stores
offering a large and diverse selection of music, games, videos and other
media. The HMV Digital store is their answer to the demand for digital
music and is a stylish and accessible download store offering high
quality DRM free digital music.
The stores below cater to dance and electronic music only. Please note you will only be able to distribute your music to these stores if you set the primary genre of your release to dance or electronic.
Beatport is a leader in electronic dance music downloads for DJs and
club music enthusiasts, offering high quality MP3s and WAV file formats.
You can buy music from their 600,000 strong library of House, Techno,
Electro, Trance, Drum & Bass, Minimal, Dubstep and ten other dance
Please be aware that if you would like to distribute to Beatport using your own label name we first need you to submit a label application
so we can get you approved in the Beatport system.
Juno Records is the world's largest dance music store.
Based in London, their website was launched in March 1996, and since
then they have built a reputation as a comprehensive source for new and
back catalogue dance music.
They now offer over 700 new releases each week, and have more than
62,000 titles in stock. Building their brand through word of mouth, they have had orders from
over 150,000 customers in 142 countries.
Aggregator services help us reach a selection of stores which cannot be integrated with directly. Selecting one of these stores will enable you to reach all the stores they cater to. However, we will not be able to deliver to them individually - its all or nothing!
Vidzone Digital are an aggregator which deliver to a diverse range of music services, including download stores, mobile stores and streaming services. Having Vidzone in your store selection will mean your music will become available on the following services:
Delivering your music to 24/7 entertainment will see it available on a range of download stores in Europe. These include: