The channel will serve as an outlet to showcase the talent of Point Blank students
Over the past 20 years, some incredible musicians, producers, DJs and singers have come through the Point Blank doors. They’ve had students as diverse as Leona Lewis, Gemma Cairney and Aluna Francis to Patrick Topping, Nicole Moudaber and even drum ‘n’ bass legend Goldie. Along the way, students from all over the world have gone on to success in all areas of the music industry. You can subscribe to the Point Blank Music YouTube channel here.
Back in 2011, Point Blank launched its own in-house label showcasing student talent and tracks, giving them a chance to get their tracks on Beatport, iTunes and other major online stores. Now they’re taking their label to YouTube – the number one music streaming service – to push the music of Point Blank students even further and, along with their close connections to labels like Axtone, Defected, Toolroom, Cr2 and more, give tracks from students the chance to be discovered by music fans across the globe. Point Blank Music is the new home for all the best music from PB students.
Head over to the channel now to hear some of the best music Point Blank has released on its label along with some exclusive video previews and live performances from guest artists. Make sure you subscribe to keep up to date with all the best releases and competitions.
If you want to release on Point Blank Music and get your tracks in front of dance music’s biggest labels you’ll need to first become a Point Blank student. Their online Diploma covers everything from mixing, mastering, music business and even DJing. Taken from anywhere in the world and for up to 64 weeks, they’re some of PB’s most comprehensive courses. Find out more about Point Blank’s online Diploma courses here.
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