Welcome to Indie Music Bus
We are a small team of very passionate music lovers all about independent music promotion. Our concept has been in development since 1998 and constantly evolves with industry changes. Supporting the most worthy in the independent music industry! Have a look around and be sure to say hello on Twitter! We’re Social! Free Indie Music Promotion for the long term.
For Music Fans
If you are here to discover new music, here are some places on the site to visit!
Submit Your Music
Here is the page to submit your music and story to us here at Indie Music Bus! All the details are there!
Artists Share Your Story, Then Your Music
Here is an offer for totally free and valuable exposure! We love it when a great story precedes a music share on Twitter, and so does everyone else. Give the reader, and a potential listener, something that makes them want to go listen to your song. Here is a post on Twitter where we invite you to tell your story and share your music. The stories are later added to a Twitter Moment ⚡ “Music Stories from Independent Artists”, for long term exposure, so make it great!
Below is a summary of our services promoting independent music:
- Directories with Radio Stations and Music Bloggers (Submit Music)
- Indie Music Monday Features and Interviews
- Opportunities for Industry People, Brands and Artists
- Music Sharing, DIY Tips and Advice via Social Media
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