August 2016

AudioLock – August Round Up

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AudioLock Monthly Newsletter – August Edition

The summer is traditionally a quiet time for the recorded music industry with festival season in full swing. Despite this we have still seen some big releases coming through our system.

Even for artists whose music is a few months old it is worth noting that as interest in an artist in piqued by a great live show there can be a spike in piracy. For this reason we recommend protecting releases during periods of live or promotional activity so as to support sales and also de-clutter search results and social channels, helping curious fans find genuine content.

If you have any questions regarding how best to plan each part of your campaign so as to minimise your exposure to piracy whilst still maximising exposure please get in touch with jon.tufnell@audiolock.net

Reeperbahn

After a fantastic first year at Reeperbahn in 2015 we are very much looking forward to attending again this year. Our Director of Business Development, Tristan Hunt will be available for meetings so if you’d like to book a suitable time with him please get in touch directly at tristan.hunt@audiolock.net

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July Roundup

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AudioLock Monthly Newsletter – July Edition

Whilst the rest of the industry is busy attending fun festivals we have been busy doing what we’re best at, protecting releases and seeing some great chart releases for our clients.
BBC Newsbeat

AudioLock founder and CEO, Ben Rush was interviewed by the BBC for their Newsbeat programme. He discussed pirate download stores alongside other issues affecting dance music and was joined by Mark Lawrence from the AFEM (Association for Electronic Music, a partner of AudioLock’s) and Stuart Knight from Toolroom Records (a client of AudioLock’s).

Hear Ben from 8 minutes in here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07jwz3c

Read the accompanying article here:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/article/36836476/pirate-sites-are-affecting-dance-music-in-a-bad-way
BT Sport, Believe Digital and MMF Sports Day Social

One of our partners, Believe Digital, held a ‘sports day’ in partnership with BT Sport at Stratford Olympic park in conjunction with the MMF (Music Managers Forum). A short shuttle bus ride from Stratford station took us to the location where a BBQ network event was well under way. We caught up with friends and clients over drinks before the hotly contested rounders competition began. Thanks to Believe and the MMF for inviting us down.