Gaga Digi is our digital label. We're a bit like an aggregator, in that we make it easy to get artists' music onto a heap of digital stores all over the world. But we're also like a traditional label, in that we work with bands whose music we really like.
Gaga Digi's ever-growing catalogue features a heady mix of established artists (Charlie Parr, Big Scary, Aleks and the Ramps) and up-and-coming types (Drunk Mums, Courtney Barnett, King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard). We're into all kinds of things.
We work with iTunes worldwide, as well as all the major worldwide digital stores and services, including:
• Google Music
We also have our own store. Wherever we put music, we make the whole process––from the preparing of releases for uploading, to promotion and sales reporting––simple and painless and transparent. As it should be.
We're not a huge operation by any means, but we help out where we can with promotion for our releases. We also put songs in the mix for sync opportunities, here and abroad.
We're easy to get in touch with, and able to accommodate any reasonable request quickly (providing, of course, we like you). If any release needs to be taken down for a particular territory, for instance, or put up in other territories, we make sure everything's done as soon as the stores allow it.
Our numbers are simple: the artist gets 80 per cent, we take 20. Accounting is quarterly in 30 days, and we only do rolling thirty-day agreements. No scary fine print here. For more on what we do, check out our wares and happenings.
18 November, 2013 | Last month, a supergroup of six Melbourne musicians holed up in the NGV studios, mostly in full view of the public, to write and record an EP, from scratch, as Batman Park. It's out today –– have a listen. There's more…
07 November, 2013 | Melbourne alt-country/psych rock supergroup Immigrant Union are back with a new single, 'I Can't Return', the second taste of their forthcoming album. There's more…
28 October, 2013 | Folk-pop singer-songwriter Bec Sandridge returns with the beautiful Wild Heart ep, her most fully realised work to date. There's more…
04 October, 2013 | Melbourne songstress Eliza Hull returns today with her second ep, The Ghosts You Never Catch, an immersive slice of heartfelt, ethereal electro-pop. There's more…
03 October, 2013 | In 2012, singer songwriter Lucy Roleff holed up in the frigid Berlin winter to write the songs for her debut ep, Longbows, a gorgeous and intimate collection of hushed folk that's out this week on Gaga Digi. There's more…