New Online Artist Platform and Record Label Receives Launch
The UK-based October House Records includes a subscriber and streaming model, supporting creatives while offering curated music selections every three months
October House Records (OHR) was founded by Colin Alexander and includes an artistic panel of 19 internationally distinguished musicians to guide the direction and output of the new record label.
OHR offers recordings, audio-visual material, and scores, while also providing a platform for many of today's most innovative young composers and performers.
Launched this week OHR’s first ten albums are available to stream and download.
The selections feature Jasmin Kent Rodgman, Zoë Martlew, Colin Alexander, Love Ssega, Max Baillie and Leafcutter John, Héloïse Werner, Max Baillie, Kit Downes and Shiva Feshareki, Ongemang – Live at Cafe OTO, David Buckley, and Bishi Bhattacharya.
There are unlimited plays and no ads for subscribers, who also have access to a radio service that can broadcast the OHR’s library in shuffle mode.
Subscriptions cost £7.50 a month and £75 annually, where all releases can be streamed and downloads of EPs and albums are available for additional costs.
OHR is run by and for artists with the aim that expenses for production, mastering, and design will be covered, while royalties will be split at 85% for the lead artist, with 10% going to OHR, and 5% to the release coordinator.
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