Digital Distribution Service GYROstream Launches In Australia -
Andy Irvine of GYROstream

Andy Irvine of GYROstream

Digital Distribution Service GYROstream Launches In Australia

by Paul Cashmere on June 20, 2018

in News,Noise Pro

New music distribution service GYROstream has launched in Australia.

GYRO, (meaning Get Your Record Out), has a similar model to Tunecore and CD Baby. The service costs just $9.99 for any release (single through to album) and plugs into Spotify and Apple Music was well as China’s five biggest music services.

General Manager Andy Irvine says he’s thrilled to officially welcome the first artists to the service. “Our developers having been working overtime for months getting the site up to scratch, and it’s a huge honour to finally introduce it to Aussie musicians.” he says. “I am particularly excited about the fact we have a low-cost, homegrown digital distribution solution for all independent artists and labels, and so many supplementary support services available in the one place for them.”

Irvine was previously with Universal Music, Dew Process and Create Control.

“GYROstream was born with the aim of making things simple for independent musicians which is why we’ve grouped these services together,” he added. “Many artists struggle with the overly complicated upload process and when things go wrong on release day, sometimes there’s a wait for up to three days to get help from customer service staff in Sweden, the UK or America. We are on the same timezone and we know the Australian and New Zealand market so we can respond quicker and with localised promotion advice.”

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