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BBC Introducing is for artists from the UK only.
Once you're signed in, click Go To Your Profile to get started.
The first time you visit, you'll need to fill out an artist profile to tell us about you or your band. When you've done that, you're ready to upload your songs as MP3 files.
You can sign back in to update your profile and upload more tracks. You can upload three songs per 30 day period.
There is a limit of three unlistened-to tracks per profile so make sure the tracks you upload are your best and will make a great impression.
Tracks with adult content and swearing are difficult for many of our shows to play. Please upload clean tracks or radio edits where possible.
Uploading your music is the first step to being heard by the BBC. Based on your postcode (this service is for UK musicians only) your track will go to your nearest BBC Introducing show.
We'll email you as soon as your track is listened to and you will receive further notifications if your track is broadcast on your local station.
For more information on the process, see our Frequently Asked Questions.
We have more than 30 shows on BBC Local Radio waiting to hear your music. Every week, they broadcast tracks by unsigned and under the radar artists throughout the UK.
Tune in to your local show to hear which bands and musicians are getting themselves played in your neck of the woods.
Reckon you deserve some airplay?
Upload the music you're making and show us what you've got to offer.
If we love the music you're making, you might bag yourself the opportunity to perform on the BBC Introducing stage at major events and festivals, like Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds or Radio 1's Big Weekend.
You could also be invited to record a live session at the BBC's legendary Maida Vale studios.
You can earn BBC Introducing badges by uploading tracks to us and getting played on the radio. Embed your badge on your own website or blog.
Sign in to your profile to manage the tracks you've uploaded to us, see who's been listening to them, and check whether you've been broadcast.
If you want to know more about how our upload tool works, please check out the Frequently Asked Questions page.
Feedback from you will help us to continually shape this part of the BBC Introducing site, so if you have any feedback or suggestions we really want to hear from you. Send us your thoughts.
For more information, you might find this FAQ about User Generated Content helpful.
This upload tool is restricted to residents of the UK only. You will need to enter a valid UK postcode when you fill out your artist profile.
If you're based outside the UK and wish to submit your music to the BBC, please read this advice.
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