LabelWorx primarily focuses on distributing dance and electronic music, but also supports most other genres. However, it's important to note that some content may be restricted by the Digital Service Providers (DSPs) we partner with.
Please refer to the list below for the types of content that the DSPs do not support. If you are still unsure whether your content is supported, please contact our support team.
Tracks that contain copyrighted content (songs, videos, movies, TV, games, etc.) that has not been correctly licensed from the relevant rightsholders.
Track, album, or artist names that closely resemble popular artists, songs, or viral sensations in an attempt to capitalise on the popularity of something else (or utilising keywords for genres, moods, or activities).
Unmastered or unfinished tracks (works in progress, demos, temporary/low-quality masters, etc). This includes content for the purpose of 'testing' how a track sounds on platforms.
Tracks that are entirely for the purpose of a single or multiple sound effects (includes rain sounds, thunder sounds, nature sounds, etc.)
Continuous clips of noise generators in various colors (includes pink noise, air conditioner sounds, etc.)
DJ tools, sample libraries, and other content that could be used for music creation.
Individual musical components that comprise a song.
Short clips of full-length songs distributed as samples, or other purposes.
Tracks that are intended to sound like clones of the original, with no artistic interpretation added.
HATE MUSIC / HATE SPEECH
Audio, lyrics, or metadata that is abusive or threatening on the basis of ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, or similar traits.
Tracks that are mass-produced with only a minor variation to personalise the content to a person's name.
Instrumental copies of popular songs not distributed by original artist or rights owner (instrumental versions of original recordings distributed by yourself are permitted).
NON-COMEDY SPOKEN WORD
Content distributed as an 'album' containing commentary, story reading/telling, ASMR, interviews (this could also be incorrectly delivered podcast content).
Tracks and/or artwork that contains any pornographic audio samples or imagery.
Short clips of popular songs distributed for use as ringtones.