Liverpool, UK (PRWEB UK) 23 November 2013
Music distribution service Ditto Music has this week announced the launch of their fantastic new brand, which is more in line with the ethos and the philosophy of the company itself. The company, which was founded to make it easier for independent artists to take control of their own music distribution, has finally arrived at the new brand after 12 months of research, planning and investment, and now plan expand their service and reach a wider audience as a result of this excellent new branding push.
Founded by musicians Lee and Matt Parsons, the global company, which has it’s head office in Liverpool and further offices in London, Nashville and Melbourne, has been designed to help independent music artists to distribute music online. The service allows musicians to sell their music in some of the world’s top digital stores such as iTunes, Spotify and Rhapsody, and keep 100% of the rights and royalties from their own music; a must in today’s music world.
Lee Parsons, CEO of Ditto Music, says, “We are thrilled to be finally rebranding the company, and we believe this will help people to be able to engage and interact with us on a higher level than ever before. We are more professional, with a sleek image that benefits the great range of services that we offer, and we have finally arrived at a place where we feel our brand really reflects what we stand for and what we can offer to musicians across the globe.”
The team at Ditto Music have made great investments to reach this stage, not only in money but in time too. In growing to understand their audience and the musicians they aim to work with, they have been able to craft a more coherent brand that is more representative of the business as a whole.
With offices in some of the world’s most famous music capitals, including Nashville and Liverpool, and more than 60,000 artists on the books worldwide, Ditto Music pride themselves on being able to represent artists, helping them to set up their own record labels, enter the charts and sell their music on the myriad of digital stores that are now available online. Working alongside big names like Google Play, Amazon MP3 and Grooveshark, Ditto Music allow musicians to focus on producing new music rather than worrying about how they will distribute their work to wider audiences.
The subscription-style service is highly affordable and has been deemed one of the most effective and value-for-money ways to distribute music in this digital day and age; endorsed and recommended by BBC One, The Daily Telegraph and Spotify, and now armed with fantastic new branding, Ditto Music are on their way to become the go-to destination for music distribution for unsigned and independent artists.
To find out more about Ditto Music and their range of services, visit http://www.dittomusic.com/