Global digital music distributor MondoTunes announced it will provide free distribution of music uploaded before September 2015 for artists who return to the service.
The company made headlines in 2015 when it announced its innovative unlimited-uploads option. Today, that plan remains the most affordable way to publish your music over the world’s largest distribution network, especially for more prolific artists.
“We’re musicians ourselves,” says MondoTunes CEO and founder Mershad Javan. “With the digital music space constantly changing, we rely on artist feedback rather than some algorithm. What artists say they need is what we strive to give them.”
MondoTunes has always been driven to give independent artists the tools and services they need to further their creativity and careers.
Now, after listening to the needs of its users, it welcomes legacy artists to re-upload music originally released before September 2015 and not maintained after the launch of the unlimited upload program–at no cost. Standing out from other platforms, Mondotunes has no per-store fees. Nothing hidden to jack up the price.
“It was all about unlimited uploads three years ago,” Javan says. “Today it’s still that, but we’re constantly tweaking our service offerings to be the independent artist’s number one resource. We’re moving on that now, and we’re moving fast.”
Beginning immediately, legacy artists who released music before September 2015 can go to MondoTunes.com and claim their free, lifetime distribution of previously uploaded music. These changes are the first of many to come as MondoTunes prepares new services and options to continue to be the most artist friendly digital distribution platform in the business.