No. For Reviewers, it's free. The small promotion fees are paid by the artist.
Easy. Just fill out this form and we'll check you out. We'll begin submitting artists your way within 24 hrs!
Well, there are some sites we don't submit to, including personal social-networking pages where an artist can "friend" and submit to for free. You'll need to have a legit music site for us to begin submitting indie artists your way.
Actually, no. We submit artists to you, when the artist is active and ready for promo. This way, you know you"re not reviewing a band that has already broken up.
Two ways. One, you can go to this page and enter your username & password. Or, check your email for a New Artist Submission. Click the green button to automatically login to your account.
Simple. Just click on your New Artists for Review queue. Then click on any Artist - and get ready to hear the music stream.
No. Just click the "No" button, and the artist profile will be deposited to your "Rejected" folder, none-the-wiser. We don't disclose to the artist which sites "rejected" their music. Only when the artist is "accepted" do they receive a notification from you.
Yes. When you accept an artist, you can then click "Get Content" to grab the html code to be used as content on your site.
Go to My Settings. You'll see a pre-constructed letter we provide for new MusicSUBMIT Reviewers. Edit the letter to your specifications, and correct any address changes in the boxes. Then click "Update".
Don't worry, the artists submitted to your MusicSUBMIT Reviewers Account will wait in your queue for 60 days before dropping off. So login when you have the time and review at your leisure. Or click any New Artist Submission in your inbox - you'll always be taken to your queue with the artists waiting for you. email@example.com
Of course. Go to "My Settings" to tweak the 5 Genres you accept, your Daily Submission Limit, and your Allow Submissions box to turn yourself ON/OFF at will.
Nope. Every DJ, Music Director, Editor, etc. at your station/magazine can have his/her own MS Reviewer's Account, as long as you review different genres, so you don't need to share Reviewer accounts. Unless you want to, of course. Then feel free to distribute the username/password to anyone who reviews new submissions at your music company.