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Following our announcement on Friday that all Zimbalam artists can now have their music added to Spotify, we’re pleased to be able to inform you that the same is true of HMV.com and Tesco Digital!
Just to let you know that we are running a ‘Back to School’ sale this weekend covering all album releases. Under the terms of the promotion, all albums paid for before midnight on Monday the 21st September will qualify for a special discounted rate of £19.99, a saving 0f 33% or £10 over the normal album rate!
The improved Zimbalam Myspace Player®, is now available on the user interface and is completely compatible with all Myspace Music® profiles. This new tool will allow fans to easily find and purchase Zimbalam artists’ music through the major retail platforms with just one click.
The digital music marketplace is set up in such a way that it is very difficult for individual artists to sell their music through any of the major online retailers, let alone a global network, and considering that the vast majority of artists are unsigned, this poses a problem for many talented artists trying to break into the music industry. Enter Zimbalam, Believe Digital’s new service, which is designed for artists and small labels looking to self-release their music to a wide audience, without the need for a record label or having to sign a prohibitive contract.