Last month dutch music distributor and aggregator SongFlow announced they are closing down at the end of September. Starting 1 November, all music distributed through SongFlow will be taken down and disappear from digital music services unless you have switched to a different distributor.
SongKit is such a distributor, and we’re more than happy to help you transfer over your music to keep it available in stores worldwide. Transferring over your music to SongKit is not only very easy, it’s also way cheaper!
Here’s how it works:
1. Sign up for a free account on our website.
2. Create a new release and upload add your tracks and cover image exactly how they appear currently in your SongFlow account.
3. Be sure to use the same ISRC-code for each track. You can find this code in your SongFlow account.
4. Submit your release via our website.
5. Send us an e-mail stating you are transferring over a release and the current UPC-code of your release on SongFlow (which you can also find in your account there).
6. That’s it! Your music will be placed in all stores and plays, playlist placements and fans will all transfer over.
Why choose SongKit for your music?
– No yearly fee! With SongKit, you just pay a one-time flat fee (39,99 or 49,99) for your release. After that, your music stays in stores without any additional payments.
– All stores included. You don’t pay per store. All important stores like iTunes, Spotify, Tidal and Deezer are included by default. Music detection services like Shazam and Siri are included as well, so people can find your music when it’s playing in bars or DJ sets.
– Keep your rights. You never know where your music career will go. Maybe you get picked up by a label, or maybe you want to move to a different distributor after some time. We give you all this freedom and complete control over your music. You can request a takedown at any time you wish.
– Many charting artists had their music distributed through SongKit, including HAEVN, San Holo, Rowwen Hèze, Killer Kamal and many more. Are you the next one?
Any questions or need some help? Send us an e-mail via our contact form.