Helpful Links - let us point you in the right direction...
BBC Introducing gives you a chance to get your music heard on BBC Radio, or on some of the biggest festival stages around the UK. But we're not the only ones out there who can help you get noticed. Here's our pick of sites and services that can help you market your music.
Too skint to buy a new set of strings? Need financial backing to get a new music project off the ground? You don't have to resort to busking to make ends meet. Here are a few sites with suggestions on how to
finance your creativity.
These days, it's getting easier and easier to sell, distribute or license your own music, by yourself, without any nasty deals. Here are a few places to check out if you want to start selling.
Getting airplay? Good on you! Make sure you're collecting any royalties you might be owed.
If it feels like things are getting heavy and you're attracting serious attention from all directions, you can get lots of advice and support from various professional bodies and associations.
The music business is so vast that sometimes it's hard to know who to talk to, or how to get in touch with them. Here are some directories of music industry contacts that you might find useful.
Get involved with your local BBC Introducing show and discover more artists in your area.
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