Google Music gives indie artists a direct sales platform with Music Hub


Music labels are so 20th century. As a company that’s thrived in the 21st, Google understands that, and if Google Music is any indication, they’re embracing it. The new Artist Hub allows anyone to post their music to Google Music and the Android Market for free, with a host of tools for managing and sharing content. All together, it makes Google Music and Android a pretty amazing platform for indie artists to share and expand.





First of all, Artists receive a 70/30 split with Google for all of their music revenue, and there are no extra setup or upload fees. Bands can set their own prices for tracks or albums, and connect songs to YouTube videos to quickly and eas...

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Google Music gives indie artists a direct sales platform with Music Hub

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