The platform offers up-and coming artists the chance to make their tracks available to audiences on platforms such as iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and Deezer without paying any fee.
The company says it is the new way for musicians to sell music and build their careers.
Music Kickup was founded in 2011. Backed by a strong seed round and the Finnish government it now has operations in Helsinki, New York, Singapore, London and Shanghai.
Since the start of testing, Music Kickup has more than 2,000 bands using the service from around the world. In the latest Private Beta they’ve had testing of over 1,200 bands from 80 different countries, ranging across genres.
The full service will be launched in February at Midem the yearly international music exhibition, conference and festival in Cannes, France
Source: Good News from Finland