Clubify brings the party to your home – with DJs getting fair pay

The new streaming platform comes in association with EGG London

On Friday 29 May, Clubify will be opening its virtual doors and the virtual bouncers will be checking if you really are on the guestlist. Alright, there may not be virtual bouncers, but the new platform does have a huge, secret line-up that comes in association with King’s Cross venue, EGG London. The new platform operates on a fair pay, fair play basis, meaning artists won’t get the short straw for contributing their performance to Clubify.

Artists will be able to use the professional platform for free to promote their material, while clubs and festivals can continue hosting live events. New clubs will be added to the platform each week, as the brand kickstarts its mission to “keep music alive” and “supporting the industry when it needs us the most”.

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Posted by Clubify on Wednesday, May 20, 2020

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For fans, free memberships to the service are currently on offer via the Clubify Facebook page, and a 14-day trial is available from the Clubify website, too. The platform runs on a subscription service, with its transparent payment policy ensuring that the subs fee is directed straight back into the industry. , Clubify is part of the Unify Group and was “founded on the principles of collaboration, cooperation, and integration”, it says in a press release. “It has been developed by a diverse team of people all over the world and aims to connect people and ideas”.

This service comes shortly after other platforms make changes in light of COVID-19. The DJ platform, Mixcloud, recently launched a video streaming service for artists and also operates on a fair pay, fair play basis. Meanwhile, Twitch partnered up with Bandsintown to promote artists’ upcoming performances.

Clubify says “during this strange time, we need innovative ways to stay dancing and stay connected and Clubify aims to help on both fronts. Setting the standard for professional live streaming, Clubify has integrated the music industry ecosystem within its platform, collaborating with clubs, DJs, labels and festivals as well as sponsors to centralise, organise, monetise and simplify the way we experience live-streamed content.”

Find out more at clubify.tv

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