TOMORROW CALLING PROMO CAMPAIGN LAUNCHES

The media promotion campaign for our groundbreaking compilation album This is Tomorrow Calling gets underway this week. Magazines with early submission dates will be first to receive our promotional materials with radio stations, websites and other media to follow from mid-July. The album is released on 17th August 2015.

The album, a download-only triple compilation lasting just over three hours, contains music directly chosen by twenty-six composers (and ensembles) from twenty nationalities covering a uniquely broad range of contemporary genres united by their role in offering progressive original ideas in twenty-first century art music. Styles range from Modern Classical to Ambient Minimalism, Electroacoustic to Post-Jazz, Industrial to Improv, Synth-Electronica to Spectral Music and so on. Nothing like this has ever been attempted before, especially on such a large scale.

Although the tracks that appear on the album are not available to download yet, you can hear different tracks by some of the composers @ soundcloud.com/demerararecords or by logging onto our Free Music Downloads page on the main menu.

We are also working on funding bids to help us put on three live multi-media events in London between November 2015 and June 2016 to further promote the music of these and other new music composers.

In the meantime please visit our Facebook (facebook.com/demerararecords) and Twitter (@demerararecords) pages and look out for the hashtag #TomorrowCalling  which accompanies features on all our composers. Last but not least, use our main menu to read about the composers and click on links to youtube and soundcloud.

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