Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Jump on the Bandwagon

Here at Unity we don't want to just bring you news of the Unity Club, but also news that may be relevant to you. Here's something some of you might find interesting especially if you're aspiring musicians wanting a foothold in the bizz


Bandwagon launches the new independent music mobile portal Bandwagon.co.uk officially launched yesterday, aiming to offer independent and unsigned artists with a system through which they can offer mobile music downloads. Like Myspace, bands can create their own homepages and upload their own content to it. But with Bandwagon registered bands can also sell downloads from their page as either real tones, full track or video downloads. The site also has a load of central editorial and community functions, encouraging music fans to discover new artists through the site, and to recommend their favourites to others. More details at bandwagon.Bandwagon are marking their official launch by staging a battle of the bands type competition in association with EMI publishing, the winners of which will get EMI studio time to cut a CD and slots at upcoming Bandwagon live events.

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