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You might not know it, but if you’ve ever bought dance music, listened to a promo or even submitted a demo to one of the biggest labels around – chances are that you’ve used a service provided by Label Worx. Working with the likes of CUFF, Toolroom, Armada, or any other of the 7000+ labels that the company service, Label Worx has spent the last eight years developing a unique set of industry-leading tools to become go-to digital distributor for the industry’s most successful dance music record labels.
Staffed by a team of dance music enthusiasts in two UK offices, what began as a solution to some of the problems that the founders, Chris Chambers and Matt Abbott, encountered whilst running their own digital label and quickly evolved into a complete solution for record labels of any size the world over. By its very nature, the distribution process often takes a back seat to the dance floor but now for an often unsung hero of the industry and coinciding with the launch of their brand new website, Label Worx are ready to shout about what they do.
Servicing labels more than 103 countries, with over $11 milion worth of royalities paid out and almost 750,000 tracks distributed to the biggest online retailers to date, you’d be impressed if the story stopped there, but distribution alone is only one part of the story for Label Worx. Boasting a repertoire of tools and services which have all been developed in-house, Label Worx is perfectly positioned to help labels in every way from the ground up.
With their services used and supported by leading industry figures including Richie Hawtin, Gareth Emery, Robin Schulz, Kygo, Maceo Plex and more, it’s not hard to see why Label Worx is the “only place to go for music distribution… nobody comes near them”.