Introducing... THE LABEL MACHINE the new blueprint to run an electronic record label

Save time, money, and endless google searches

The Label Machine is a tried and tested blueprint for electronic record labels. We’ve condensed all the information you need to know, along with providing detailed step by step processes that will take you from having an idea of running your own record label – to having a fully functioning, professionally run electronic record label.

And all you need to do is follow the blueprint 

The Label Machine has launched this summer and if you want to be a beta tester and be part of the journey then join us now! 

Open now for Beta Testers just $17/month

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Ned Woodman 

Label Manager TORRE XVI 

"Nick and Label machine were invaluable in helping navigate the very daunting task of setting up a record label from scratch. Without their vast inside knowledge of what's required and clear guidance throughout, I know that setting up and more importantly running my own record label would have been a much much harder task."

Features Include

Road Maps

Creating the Business Plan

Forming the Company

Distribution Roadmap

Cheat Sheets and Templates

Release Checklist

Marketing Schedule Templates

PR Templates

PR Databases

Full Blog Database Directory

Full Spotify Database

Full Radio Database Directory

Record Label Contracts

Recording Contract Template

Remix Contract Template

Management Contract Template

Education

Remixes and Industry Fees

How Copyright Works for UK and US

Alternative Income Streams

Community (Coming Soon)

24/7 Email Support

Private Members Group

One-to-One Training

Who is this for?

  • You're an artist and you want to run your own artist-lead record label.

  • You're a manager that is tasked with setting up a label for your artists.

  • You're an existing label manager looking to streamline your label and bring more activities in-house.
  • A clear path to success

    The label machine will guide, simplify and clarify. All you have to do is follow it.

    01

    Plan. Create a tried and tested business plan that works, craft a logo that doesn't suck, get a unique label name that hasn't been registered on every social platform and get a distribution deal where you keep 100% of the royalties.

    02

    Build. Be a professional label with a properly registered company, have your recording contracts tailored to your label, and ensure you're registered with all the right agencies so you’ll collect all the money owed to you and your artists.

    03

    Run. Follow the blueprint for a release schedule, get a tailored PR machine that ensures your music is heard and playlisted, and ensure you hit the Beatport charts with a customised marketing plan covering every angle of promotion available.

    04

    Grow. Once the wheels are in motion and you're collecting royalties, learn how to set up your own publishing company, create an artist management division to look after your artists, and set up a customised-merchandise online store.

    Nick Sadler  //  Founder & Author


    Nick Sadler heads up NSDMT, a London based management company whose passion is for connecting artists, music, and films with a worldwide audience. Clients have included award-winning artists The Prototypes, Memtrix, Zomboy, Eptic, Far Too Loud, Dodge and Fuski, and Three Laws. 


    Nick started out as a marketing manager for studio software Logic, before co-founding Never Say Die Records, one of the most successful record labels in the rise of the Dubstep Electronic music movement in both the UK and the US. He has worked with artists such as Skrillex, Zomboy, The Freestylers and Flux Pavilion, alongside gaining valuable insight into taking artists from the UK to a worldwide audience.  


    “I have been managing and marketing creative brands for most of my life and The Label Machine was set up to help bring more brands and talent to a worldwide audience.”

    Nick Sadler

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