Insomniac Music Group & Slip.stream Offer Creators Claim-Free Electronic Music Catalog
Insomniac Music Group, one of the biggest players in the electronic music industry, has partnered with Slip.stream, a royalty-free music startup, to offer its catalog to over 200,000 creators on the latter company’s platform.
This partnership will enable creators to access claim-free music from Insomniac’s impressive catalog, including songs from over 120 artists, which will be made available to Pro and Commercial subscribers on Slip.stream. The collaboration is paving the way for a future that aligns with the company’s core vision of empowering creators through technology.
Insomniac’s music distribution, publishing, label management, sponsorship, and festival/club integration services have made it one of the most successful music groups in the industry. It owns labels such as Insomniac Records, HARD Recs, Bassrush, Factory 93, and artist-driven imprints like NGHTMRE and SLANDER’s Gud Vibrations, Wax Motif’s Divided Souls, and Jericho’s NIGHTMODE. Insomniac’s partnership with Slip.stream will allow creators on the platform to access a diverse range of music from some of the biggest labels in the electronic music space.
Slip.stream is a “creator safe music platform” that provides over 65,000 tracks, 60,000 sound effects, and over 200,000 creators on its platform. The startup is backed by Sony Music Entertainment, Third Prime, and Lightshed Ventures. The largest Royalty-free music library has made it its mission to bridge the world of user-generated content with labels, publishers, and artists. By making Insomniac’s music catalog available for creators to safely use in their content, it is taking a massive step forward in its mission.
CEO, Dan Demole, expressed his excitement about the partnership, stating that he is looking forward to seeing what the creators on the platform do with Insomniac’s incredible catalog of songs. Demole emphasized that Slip.stream’s collaboration with FUGA for its Licensease API technology will enable it to protect Insomniac’s copyrights on YouTube and provide creators with a safe platform to use the music and monetize their videos.
Insomniac’s partnership with Slip.stream and FUGA has ushered in an innovative solution that has the potential to be a game-changer. By harnessing the power of technology, Insomniac and Slip.stream are creating novel possibilities for creators to prosper and new avenues to support their gifted artists. Joe Wiseman, Director at Insomniac Music Group, concurred with Demole’s views, stating that the partnership is blazing a trail for a future that aligns with their fundamental vision.
Zach Koche, FUGA’s Business Development Director for the Americas, shared his excitement about the partnership, praising Insomniac’s innovative approach and highlighting how working together with Slip.stream is enabling FUGA to contribute to building a more forward-thinking and creator-friendly music industry. Koche emphasized how this collaboration is streamlining and simplifying the process for creators to use Insomniac’s content while ensuring the protection of their clients’ copyrights.
As the music industry undergoes rapid changes, technology has played a pivotal role in driving this transformation. Social media platforms and user-generated content have opened up new avenues for creators to showcase their talents and connect with their audiences. However, the traditional music licensing process has not kept pace with this evolution, causing obstacles for creators who wish to use music in their content.
Royalty-free music startups like Slip.stream are disrupting the traditional music licensing process by providing creators with access to a diverse range of music that they can use in their content without worrying about copyright claims.
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