Priority Indie Music Submissions
Song submitted via a paid form are listened to within 24 to 48 hours. While there is never a charge to have a song placed to be placed on a Spotify playlist because all indie music we hear on this website, a playlist or social media could end up on a playlist(s), our social media or blog, Curators Playlist receives 100’s of song submissions each week. We do our best to listen to every song, add it to the playlist, post it on our blog, and then share both the song and blog post it on Twitter on a timely basis, there is a limit as to how many songs we can process in a day’s time. This can result in a delay in processing your song of several days, or even a week, depending on how many submissions we get on a daily basis. Please read our terms about hateful music submissions. Since you have been warned, we do not offer a refund on rejected submission.
We now offer a few more ways to get your music on Curators Playlists.
- Create a blog post and get your music featured at the top of the home page and our blog. All music is reviewed by Curators Playlist. The cost for this priority submissions is $15.00. Example of Featured Blog Post.
- Music Profile $11.99. Post your indie music profile. Available categories for Indie Music profile or you may suggest a category. Band, DJ, Drummer, Guitarist, Horn Player, Keyboardist, Lyricist, Music Blogger, Music Business, Music Promoter, Music Social Media, Musician, Playlist Curator. Session Musician and Vocalist.
Office Manager at Wardco Studios. Curators Playlist is my baby and I love promoting Indie music. I listen to all of the music that is submitted to Curators Playlist and decide which playlist(s), blog post(s), and social media sites the music should appear on. I often pass on the best music to Wardco Studios associates for their feedback and input on how best to promote the indie song. Aside from being the Office Manager at Wardco Studios, I also design & manage of the website, create the album and song artwork, and do the social media and song submissions to websites such as Spotify & iTunes. I have been employed at Wardco Studios for many years and have come to appreciate Indie musicians, and take great pleasure in helping them to promote their music.
Don Whitaker is an Indiana singer/songwriter currently living in Putnam County Indiana. He recently launched his newest band, Street Legal, which he fronts, the band currently playing at different venues in West Central Indiana.His first introduction to performing occurred at age six, when he found himself standing atop bars at local VFWs to sing covers – music coming from the bar’s jukebox – his efforts adding to Don’s stash of quarters for his pinball fascination. Don has been playing professionally since the age of 15, appearing in the horn section of the touring band, Morning Star, while also taking his turn at the mic as a young singer.Over the years Don became a sought after singer of rock, country & folk, while also becoming proficient in the guitar, bass, drums, piano, trumpet, trombone and fiddle. Some of the many bands he played with over the past several decades include Backwoods Boys, Chasing Rainbows, Backtracked and Rusted Buckle. Don says, “Sometimes it seems nothing matters but music. I’ve been doing this for years, and I know I’ll never stop.”
Entering Another is a combination of talent brought together by Ward Kelley, owner of Wardco Recording Studios. Tommy Kelly is the singer, Jeremy Bates playing guitars, Tommy Whiteman on drums, and Matt Blocher playing keyboards.
The musicians have been playing in the Midwest for 14 years both together and with different bands. Under different bands they’ve worked as the house band at the Horseshoe Casino in Louisville; played at the Ameristar in St Louis, the Tropicana in Evansville, and many more. Other venues include the Knucklehead Saloon in Kansas City, the Verve in Terre Haute, The Brewery in Terre Haute, private corporate events, and weddings.
I’m a synthwave and chiptune producer from Michigan. Full time computer technician, currently working on my 10th full length album. The Bugs Must Die! soundtrack was written by yours truly.
The Shrubs started out when Spike and RJ, college classmates in Upstate New York, started jamming in the basement of Spike’s mother’s house around 1985. Their mutual influences were the Police, Rush and XTC among others. Later an acquaintance introduced Carl to the guys. After jamming for a while, the trio decided they needed a name. They came up with The Shrubs after dismissing other names (Dumpster Juice & Piggy Pucker among them). They found a new practice home in the basement of a friend’s house and soon were playing at parties there, other house parties, bars and even a local Rod and Gun Club. They started writing and recording their own music, producing 3 albums of original music (Another Day Goes By…, One Happy Zucchini and Who’s Cow’s in the Hoosegow). The band went on hiatus for a while when RJ moved to San Diego. Spike and Carl started re-recording and mixing new parts of the old songs. The result was a re-release of Another Day Goes By… Now the collaboration extends across the nation to update current songs and work on new songs.
Ellusion has been playing the Midwest for 14 years, Currently, they’re regulars at the Slippery Noodle in Indy. They’ve headlined music festivals, such as the Bean Blossom Bluesfest and the Terre Haute Blues At The Crossroads.
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