Kieron Donoghue talks ‘streaming-only’ label Humble Angel Records
Posted on: 5 février 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

In late January, former Playlists.net and Warner Music Group executive Kieron Donoghue launched his new venture, a ‘streaming-first’ independent label called Humble Angel Records.
He promised royalty payout rates for artists ‘at least double’ the average of those offered by major labels – paid on a monthly basis, using startup Stem’s platform – as well as an ‘open song submission process’.
The label has since released two tracks: Jazz Mino’s cover of 80s hit ‘Together in Electric Dreams’, and Loic Penillo’s ‘Love’. Music Ally caught up with Donoghue to find out more about his plans.
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Source: Music ally

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