Loopmasters Starts New Record Label

Using Social Media To Find New Talent      26/09/10

Loopmasters has released the first album on their new Public Records label, Public Records 01 – Eclectic Beats.

Here's what they have to say about the release:

PUBLIC RECORDS 01 – ECLECTIC BEATS is just that, as the first compilation the label wanted to throw the net open to as wide an audience as possible and the first release says it all, serving a selection of great music for a variety of tastes. Whether you like it hard and techy or soulful and relaxed, it’s here. From House, Disco, Soul, Dubstep, Drum n’ Bass to Chillout from upcoming names such as Retrofox, Maritzo, Vital Techniques, Become Other and Stephen Fewell this album has it all! The release has already been getting strong feedback from a selection of top word-class DJs and is currently exclusive at Traxsource. “Eclectic Beats” will hit all major online retailers Oct.4th.

The next release of Public Records will focus on the Dubstep/DnB/Breaks sound – if you feel your music is ready to reach the public, visit the website and upload your music now. The submission phase for PR02 ends Sept 30th.

You can preview Eclectic Beats above. 

Public Records is a new label that intends to identify and promote interesting new talent though the use of new tools, such as social media voting. 

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James Lewin
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