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Record Labels are still a viable way for many bands to go. We list resources that give you access to all the different types of record labels out there.

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Record Labels Guide

Resource for record label and other music company contacts, articles, news, tips and more. Includes article guides for artists looking to effectively present their music and grow in the music recording industry. 


Location: Newport,
Bandit will put you in direct contact with people in England, every month, who are actually looking to sign your type of act/material, putting you way ahead of all those 'wannabes' just hoping to get signed! Every monthly newsletter is full of new, exclusive, detailed information about people and companies in England that are ready now to consider signing your music or talent.

Universal Music Group (UMG)

Considered one of the “Big 3” established record labels, UMG is a collection of artists and labels, including such names as Taylor Swift, Kanye West, Lady Gaga, and many more. They have roots as far back as the 1930’s and have a significant footprint in other sectors of the entertainment industry, especially in TV and movies.

Sony Music Entertainment

A “Big 3” label with roots in the late 1920’s and early 1930’s, Sony Music Entertainment is a leading record label conglomerate with such talent as Kelly Clarkson, Calvin Harris, and Bruce Springsteen. 

Warner Music Group

Warner Music Group is one of the “Big 3” record labels in modern pop music. Originally formed in 1958, the group has an impressive roster of artists, such as Ed Sheeran and Katy Perry, as well as many smaller record labels. 


Chartburst is a resouce that allows artists to submit music to Chartburt's database, where they sort through and send music of the top artists to well respected labels and A&R scouts every month.


"Many Labels that have you signed up for worldwide rights won't take you there until you get a certain amount of sales in the US or their home country. Beware of this as your fan base may be bigger elsewhere but your label won't go there so have some type of language in your agreement that gives you some freedom to go worldwide. "

"Make sure you negotiate that your fan info like emails, zip, etc is your property and not the labels"

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