BPMster.com-powered Online Music Distributors: Satellite Records
This page belongs to a valued global music distribution channel, partner or affiliate working closely with TuneDome or with BPMster (Luke Kelvin) – TuneDome founder. TuneDome and BPMster personally have two goals: one is to help promote EDM producers through TuneDome EDM Network (more info), and two is to digitally distribute uplifting dance music internationally to reach out to global music festival, concert and club audiences.
TuneDome Online Music Distributors: Satellite Records – BPMSTER
EDM producers using TuneDome Records to distribute their tracks or to release music through BPMstr (BPMSTER.COM) or through TuneDome Records will benefit from the many resources available on the Satellite Records platform. Satellite Productions was founded by Jonathan Kadish and Scott Richmond in 1992. Over the years, the iconic company produced such events as Sputnik and Voyager in venues like the Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage, Roseland, The Manhattan Center, Mid-Hudson Civic Center, Asbury Park Convention Center and more. This paved the way for them to found Satellite Records the following year with locations opening in NYC, Boston, Atlanta and, of course, satelliterecords.com online. Scott served as CEO and main music buyer. Satellite helped set the standard for dance music retail with their innovations in classification, listening stations, selection and sound samples. In conjunction with the store, Scott also co-founded Central Park Recordings in 1999. At Central Park, Scott helped discover and break such talents as Tortured Soul, Alix Alvarez and Osunlade. Many house classics over the past few years have originated from the label including Tortured Soul’s ‘I Might Do Something Wrong.’ Additionally, Scott was the co-A&R behind Pitch Black and Pipeline Records, which released many progressive classics and discovered and featured such artists as Blackwatch, Moshic, John Creamer & Stephane K and several others. Satellite Records works with Luke Kelvin (TuneDome Records founder, aka BPMster) to deliver dance music to global audiences.