SKIO MUSICANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH AUDIOPHILE RECORDS EMPOWERING ARTISTS WITH THE FREEDOM TO CREATE
SKIO Music is an online collaborative community and music-licensing marketplace empowering artists with the freedom to create. The platform developed for legal collaboration and remixing is revolutionizing the music industry by allowing artists and labels to seamlessly customize licensing contracts on their own terms.
SKIO is thrilled to partner with forward-thinking label Audiophile Records. The premiere electronic music label based in Dallas, Texas has three subsidiaries: Audiophile Live, Audiophile Deep, and Audiophile XXL. The partnership will offer an even more expansive amount of content, as artists on SKIO will now be able to purchase the rights to legally remix tracks from all three Audiophile catalogues. SKIO Music delegates will be on site at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas, March 14-20, 2016 to announce this and other advancements.
“We are digitizing the way business is done in the music industry,” states Darcy Hughes, Co-founder and CMO. “We’re building opportunities for creators to be able to do more with great workflow and monetization tools. And partnerships like Audiophile,or our current remix contest with one of the world’s hottest DJ’s,Diego Miranda, areempowering creators and content owners to succeed.”
“SKIO in itself has the ability to be the all-around platform that both artists and labels have been looking for about a decade now,” says Audiophile Co-founder, Jimmy Freer, “what really turned me into a SKIO fan was the ability to mingle with likeminded individuals in a curated community.”
Founded by industry producers, entertainment lawyers, and successful tech start-up veterans, including Grammy award-winning engineer Jordan Young (aka DJ Swivel), and award-winning marketer and entrepreneur Darcy Hughes, the Vancouver-based start-up creates a new home for fair artistic collaborations.
Darcy Hughes and SKIO’s VP of Business Development, Omri Amouyalare available for interviews at South by Southwest.
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