Being a YouTube sensation is a high pitch success. When you are in the EDM industry or if you want to be a part of EDM industry, a huge number of subscribers can really boost your career. As a fresh artist, having your tracks featured on their channel can be a big loop for your career. By having your track featured on any of these channels will help you gain attention for record labels.
Here are some YouTube you can look upon to have your work featured:
Spinnin Records is the top record label in the EDM industry with a total of 22 million subscribers currently. They have more than 20 sub-labels and each with its growing popularity. Trap City, Spinnin’ Deep and Dharma Worldwide are its sub labels. Spinnin Records mainly focuses on progressive house, electro house, and big room house. So, if any of these is your forte, you should definitely try approaching them.
Mr. Suicide Sheep has 9.7 million subscribers currently and has billions of views on YouTube. They post of a lot of electronic and sometimes non-electronic music. They are always open to new music. You can surely submit your music to them.
With a total of 6.9 million subscribers, Monstercat is another growing Music Record Company. They have a very strong hold on all the other social media platforms as well and not just YouTube. Monstercat is a new-age Record Label and a really good platform for new artists.
Armada Music is home to Dash Berlin, W&W, Lost Frequencies, Afrojack, Erick Morillo and many more. YouTube channel for Armada Music has 3.7 million subscribers and has featured channels too. It’s a really good platform for a young music producer to get featured.
Ultra Music is the best indie dance label, representing the latest & greatest music from your favorite artists like Kygo, Steve Aoki, Deorro, Benny Benassi, Flosstradamus, & more. It features a lot of genres including indie, trap and pop music.
With a popularity of 7.1 million subscribers on YouTube, Proximity is an open platform that has a wide collection of EDM music tracks on its YouTube channel.
UKF Drum and Bass id the home of Bass music. It has a total of 2 million subscribers and many sub labels including UKF Dubstep, UKF Air, and UKF.