Unsigned Collection returns for Volume 2 & wants to hear from London and Kent based musicians

News: 9th May 2024 by Louise Dodgson under Record Labels, Selling & Distributing Your Music

QH Sound, a music company championing undiscovered talent, are now accepting submissions for Unsigned Collection Volume 2. The second in a series of compilation albums, Volume 2 will feature 20 original songs from London and Kent-based musicians.

Unsigned Collection series are released exclusively on CD to spotlight exciting new-and-emerging musicians across the UK, helping them stand out from the vast amount of digital music released daily. Unsigned Collections are promoted not only to music fans but also throughout the music industry, this includes record labels, radio stations, live venues, media outlets, and record shops.

Each volume focuses on talents from a specific region. Unsigned Volume 1 featured artists and bands from Kent alone. QH Sound is now looking for the next wave of musical talents to include in Volume 2, set to release in August 2024. Musicians of any genre from London and Kent are invited to submit their tracks for consideration.

“We started the Unsigned Collection to provide a platform for musicians often overlooked by the industry. Volume 1 was a huge success, so we are excited about growing the platform and introducing Unsigned to the massive pool of talent in London for Volume 2,” said QH Sound founder, Quadri. “This is a chance for us to discover new music, and get more musicians in front of new audiences and opportunities.”

To submit your music or find out more about Unsigned Collection, visit the website below or email [email protected]

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