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You run a Label?

You run Your own Label and want it to appear on
All You have to do is:

  1. 1. Create an User account,
  2. 2. then choose 'Create Label',
  3. 3. and finally add Your releases

And why should You do so? Read here!


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The Italian NetLabel is a project to promote experimental electro culture using the web. MicroLabel is an information/music/digital culture virtual space which aims to exhibit small productions and independent producers as part of the creative commons license system. Also the label’s copyright is sustained by this particular license, which offers more freedom for amateur artists.NetLabel seeks complete independence from (any right reserved to commercial aims) and makes use of collaborations of international producers of different kinds of electro music, from the techno/minimal to a more eclectic genre. The main aim of NetLabel is to create and distribute music works in mp3 format and to communicate to the public the existence of a new virtual space, rich in electronic artistic convergence. It was set up in 2007 by Daniele Fazio, aka Panùm, with the purpose of passing around EPs and creating a space for new, interesting music contexts outside of the pop norm. However, the chief intention was to distribute electronic music emphasizing the works of small/local producers.Since MicroLabel strives to be an active forum for all those passionate about electronic music, it would be happy to take any suggestions. MicroLabel is an online record company which offers free albums, EPs and live music, in mp3 format, with a minimum bit rate of 192kbps. The artists with whom the label collaborates are either emerging or well known independents, part of a music underground outside the ‘music business’. The label is always looking for new motivating forces to share their space with; anyone who produces new sounds and wants to share them, without limits.

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