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Got the music in you? New indie music Website wants to make you a star.


(EMAILWIRE.COM, April 22, 2006) Lincoln, NE -- “Log in. Rock out.” That’s the tag line of, a new indie music Website that launched April 7th.

Unlike Apple’s iTunes juggernaut iTunes however, TuneFlow is all about independent artists. “We like to think of TuneFlow as offering the best music you’ve never heard,” says Gery Carson, TuneFlow’s creator.

“The big record labels severely limit the kind of music that reaches the public because they have very specific demographics they’re going after. The fact is, there are thousands of extremely talented artists around the world, in a broad range of music genres, who are not being heard. At TuneFlow, they will be,” Carson said.

TuneFlow revolves around a “Song Tournament.” Every month, artists submit new songs (based on titles chosen by TuneFlow). TuneFlow members review and rate the songs submitted. At the end of the month, the songs with the highest average ratings win cash, prizes, and recognition.

According to Carson, “The tournament is a great way for music lovers to discover exciting new music and artists. It’s also fun because they get to help decide which songs win the tournament each month. For the artists, it’s the perfect way to attract new fans, while also getting invaluable feedback (through reviews) to learn how to hone their songwriting skills.”

In addition to the monthly tournament, artists can upload and sell any original music they’ve recorded in the TuneFlow Music Store, all without any contracts or ongoing obligations. Individual tracks can be purchased for as little as $.49 each, with up to 60% going to the artist.

TuneFlow also provides artists with a Website, airplay of their music on TuneFlow’s radio station, and even a way to advertise their live performances -- all at no cost to the artist.

“We believe the future of music is on the Internet, ” Carson says, “and we want to be one of the companies driving this revolution.”

TuneFlow will open to the general public June 1, 2006. Artists are invited to register and start writing songs now for the first tournament. The deadline for entries is May 31st. For complete details on registering as a TuneFlow artist, participating in the tournament, and/or using any of the other artist services and resources, go


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