September 20, 2021

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Tomorrowland launches its own record label |  Music

Tomorrowland launches its own record label | Music

MusicTomorrowland Dance Festival now has its own record label, Tomorrowland Music. The organization also immediately signed a deal with Universal Music Germany (UMG) to distribute all releases of the label worldwide through a network within UMG.




Earlier, Tomorrowland also launched its own brand (TML by Tomorrowland) and radio station (One World Radio). The festival itself was canceled in 2020 and 2021 due to the Corona crisis, but the organization behind it wants to do everything they can to bring typical Tomorrowland music and style home to audiences awaiting the next release. Having your own record label is the next step in that philosophy.

“I am very proud of how flexible our team has been in finding new ways to make Tomorrowland live in the new world in the past,” said CEO Michael Beers. “We used the extra time to focus on projects that had been on our list for a long time. One of them was definitely the launch of our record label, Tomorrowland Music.”

Of course, the record label will primarily have a space for artists associated with Tomorrowland. The first release will be “You Got The Love”, a song by Never Sleeps, a new project by Afrojack and Chico Rose. The song will be available worldwide from Friday on all types of platforms.

Frank Bregman of Universal Music said: “Over the past 15 years, Tomorrowland has built a reputation as one of the world’s leading music festivals and brands by constantly expanding and developing its relationship with music fans.” We look forward to a very successful collaboration and to enhance our ability to provide partners, labels and artists with new and innovative ways to achieve global success.”

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