Monday, September 9, 2019

MojoHeadz Records – Future sound of music


"We focus on what you need as a music producer to start, to improve, to grow and to reinvent yourself. To become a successful DJ it’s important to be heard, but also to be visible."

MojoHeadz Records is an independent download portal where you can download only electronic dance music music. MojoHeadz also has a webshop which sells merchandise from their artists and sub-labels.

MojoHeadz Records
Fedde Le Grand & Clay Clemens (MojoHeadz Records Artist)

MojoHeadz Records
Clay Clemens (MojoHeadz Records Artist)

MojoHeadz Records
Clay Clemens (MojoHeadz Records Artist)

MojoHeadz Records
Clay Clemens (MojoHeadz Records Artist)
Download and listen to new dance music and house tracks on:

https://www.beatport.com/label/mojoheadz-records/56099

https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Various_Artists_Mojoheadz_Records?id=Bdrj2uxo2mhj37msm2h2df7gl2y

https://www.youtube.com/user/djnuclearmaniac/community

https://www.junodownload.com/labels/MojoHeadz/

2 comments:

  1. Mojoheadz Records is a scam. They scammed Clay Clemens and keep using his photos as if he supports them.
    https://community.soundcloud.com/community-talks-230072/mojoheadz-records-are-spamming-again-7435710

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  2. Do not sign a record to Mojoheadz. https://mojoheadz.news.blog/

    Mojoheadz Records are a small record label from Moscow who pretend to be a large label from Los Angeles. Mojoheadz Records prey on inexperienced artists by spamming their tracks on SoundCloud with comments saying they would like to sign them even though they have not actually listened to anything. If an artist responds they will be told they need to pay around $50 to cover mastering and promotion. If the artists do not know that this is not the way proper labels operate (or they are simply desperate to get a track released) and they go ahead with the payment they will then be asked to provide midi and audio stems of their track. This will be used to create a remix which sometimes bears little resemblance to the original. It is this remix that Mojoheadz release and the original artist does not usually get to hear it and give their approval before the release. The result is that most artists who release a track on Mojoheadz are not happy with the result and therefore do nothing in the way of promoting their singles.

    Mojoheadz release four or five tracks every week, almost all by previously unheard-of artists. Since it is clear that, despite all the mentions of “our team” on his website, Mojoheadz Records is a one-man operation that is quite a good income if he’s getting $50 per track.

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