Apple is releasing some updates to Apple Music today that will make it easier to see what new music is on the way and when it's set to arrive. To get there, go to the Browse tab, select New Music and then scroll down until you find the Coming Soon section. Tapping the albums listed will bring up additional information like the expected availability date and track listings. Expected release dates are also now available on some upcoming albums' Apple Music pages even when the albums aren't listed in Coming Soon. Additionally, it appears that artist profiles are getting tweaked as well. On iTunes, MacRumors notes that the artists' portraits are now circular and Featured Releases are highlighted along with their release dates. And a play button appearing next to the artist's name will shuffle their music. Apple Music, which hit 40 million subscribers in April, has been gaining on rival Spotify and to boost that effort, Apple is now working on its own music publishing division. Buyer's Guide.
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With TuneCore you can distribute Singles and Albums to the digital stores. Each store has its own way of categorizing content. TuneCore cannot control how the stores group and format their content.
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Although the members of Brand New cut their teeth in various hardcore bands, the group took a more melodic approach to its own work, embracing punk-pop on the debut album Your Favorite Weapon and incorporating aspects of indie rock during future projects. Brand New wasted little time attracting local attention with a self-released demo, and shows alongside Midtown and Glassjaw helped spread the band's buzz outside of New York. In , the musicians issued their first record, Your Favorite Weapon, which featured production from friend Mike Sapone. Lacey's clever and cutting lyrics sprinkled the album, which produced the semi-hit "Jude Law and a Semester Abroad," and more touring with the likes of Taking Back Sunday and Finch followed.
When you sign up with CD Baby, your music can be available for download in the iTunes Store in a few days. It can also be available in Apple Music, a companion service to iTunes offering interactive music streaming to subscribers. If your songs aren't available for download in the iTunes Store and streaming via Apple Music, you're missing out on music revenue. Best of all, when you sell with CD Baby, you never have to worry about monthly or yearly fees. You can download your trending iTunes sales information anytime within your CD Baby account. Get weekly updates with data about where and when people have bought your music from iTunes. This is especially useful if you want to see how a recent tour or promotional campaign is affecting sales. Not a bad perk! An iTunes pre-sale is an optional feature you can use to sell and promote your newest album on iTunes prior to your actual release date. Fans can pre-order your music and then automatically receive their purchase on the release date.