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Entries in recordJet (4)


Joel Brandenstein and DieLochis: recordJet Passengers are Permanent Fixtures in the Charts

What do Joel Brandenstein and DieLochis have in common? Quite a bit, actually. Both acts are recordJet passengers, both have gained popularity through YouTube, and both are successful in the charts!

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recordJet on a platinum flight with Milky Chance

Berlin-based music distributor recordJet is celebrating one of the greatest successes since its inception in 2008: recordJet passenger Milky Chance’s single “Stolen Dance” has reached platinum status by selling 300,000 units.

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Christmas Flight Into the Charts for German Digital Distributor recordJet: M.I.K.I with Malochersohn

The year 2014 had hardly started when the Berlin-based music distributor recordJet reported that another of its passengers had entered the charts. In charts week 2/2014 (survey period 20-26 December, 2013), the hip hop artist M.I.K.I entered the German charts at number 94 with his album “Malochersohn”, and is currently placed between international stars like Katie Melua and Kings of Leon.

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A 5-Year Upward Climb – Digital Music Distributor recordJet Celebrates Its Anniversary

The young, Berlin-based digital distributor is not so young anymore. The 1st of November 2013 marks the start-up’s 5-year anniversary. While nowadays firmly rooted in the capital, recordJet was founded in 2008 in Dresden with the goal of offering musicians and bands a fair opportunity to sell their music digitally worldwide. “Back then, recordJet was formed due to lack of alternatives”, said Jorin Zschiesche, Captain of recordJet. “We wanted to sell our own musical project online and weren’t satisfied with other distributors’ offers – too high shares, loss of rights, restricted freedom, long-term contracts, lack of transparency. So what could be better than doing it yourself?”

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