Garrigus.com and DigiFreq today announced that together they are launching the new DigiFreq Music Promotion service for independent musicians. This new service aims to help independent musicians gain some added exposure for their work. Hosted via the DigiFreq web site, the service provides one section for music listening and another for music submissions.
Music lovers looking for something beyond the stale selections provided by many radio stations today, can find a wide variety of new, independent music in the listening section of the DigiFreq web site. A wide range of genres is represented here, including Alternative, Blues, Country, Rock, Pop, Jazz, Latin, R&B, Hip-Hop/Rap, Electronic, New Age, and more. A list of titles (more being added daily) is available at www.digifreq.com/digifreq/music.asp.
Musicians wanting to get their music listed on the DigiFreq site can do so by filling out a simple submission form. Site submissions are free and are processed on a first come, first served basis. The only requirement is that the title being submitted must be available for sale from either Amazon.com or CDBaby.com. Once a submission is processed, it is listed in the music section of the site, complete with a detail page and Listen To links.
In addition to being published on the DigiFreq web site, musicians can upgrade their submission and get their music listed in the DigiFreq newsletter for a small fee. A listing in the newsletter provides a huge amount of exposure given that the newsletter currently goes out to over 19,000+ readers. Plus, past newsletter issues are archived on the site so that new readers are exposed to past music listings as well.
Musicians can submit their music to DigiFreq by going to: www.digifreq.com/digifreq/musicsubmit.asp.
For more information, visit their web site at www.garrigus.com
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