Archive: Feb 2014

  1. Client Zone Now Open

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    The long awaited Horus Music Client Zone is now open.

    We have been planning and developing the Client Zone for a long time so we are very excited to announce that this morning we have opened our platform.  All new clients and established customers will be able to log in and use the new system immediately.

    The Client Zone is an all-encompassing portal to allow clients to upload their music that will automatically work with our already well-established DDEX compliant, XML delivery system.  Further to uploading, clients will be able to view royalty statements, produce different types of reports and graphs and also preview sales from the last four weeks from all major stores.

    Managing Director Nick Dunn stated “We are really pleased that we have been able to heavily invest capital into an infrastructure that gives artists all the tools they need in one place.  We still have much work to do developing the system and this is only the beginning of what will become a very sophisticated and useful area.”

    The Horus Music Client Zone is fully owned by Horus Music and is not a shared system used by any other company.

  2. Nominated for Export Company of the Year

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    Horus Music had learned today that we are a finalist with the Leicester Mercury Business 2014 Awards.  Horus Music was nominated for the export company of the year award, sponsored by the UKTI.  Managing Director Nick Dunn said “This is a great honour for us and we are delighted that the Leicester Mercury and its panel of judges have recognised the hard work and achievement of all of our staff.  For the last three years, we’ve consistently achieved over 80% export selling UK Music to every part of the globe, all from our HQ in Leicester City Centre.  We live in a very exciting world and it amazes me each day seeing where our artists are selling around the world.  With leading partners such as Apple iTunes, Amazon, Google, Deezer, Spoify and many more, we sell music to consumers in over 120 countries and will continue to grow our market penetration to ensure our labels and clients are getting the best possible opportunities that no other company can offer.”

  3. Music Remains

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    Today, the IFPI release a video showing the importance of recorded music in all our lives.

    The 90 second video was filmed at the world famous Abbey Road Studios. Music Remains is a true story about the importance of music to one family. It features an amazing Rube Goldberg machine that shows changing music technologies from the last century, from the gramophone to the iPad. The video is fronted by up and coming musician Pepstar and it features a soundtrack containing iconic music tracks from the last 100 years.

    Creative Director: Steve Milbourne.