An electronic press kit (EPK) is your first impression in the music industry—and first impressions are everything. Bandzoogle’s new EPK plan for musicians offers an affordable way to create a stunning single-page EPK. Here’s how it works.
The following was created in collaboration with Bandzoogle, a company DMN is proud to be partnering with.
Not familiar with HTML or CSS? No worries, since Bandzoogle allows musicians to choose mobile-friendly templates and use built-in visual design tools to create an entirely custom digital press kit to share with the music industry. A custom presence linking to Spotify, SoundCloud, and all of your social media presence gives music industry professionals an idea of your presence online.
“EPKs are essential for artists to highlight their career achievements and show the industry that they’re ready for the stage,” Bandzoogle CEO Stacey Bedford says. “Our new EPK plan is an affordable solution that allows artists to create a beautiful electronic press kit to help them get their next career opportunity.”
How Does It Work?
Bandzoogle has tailored its new EPK plan for artists to give them a wide variety of preset EPK page layouts to achieve specific goals. Some of these layouts include an EPK for booking shows, an EPK to pitch to labels, a media EPK for journalists and reviewers, an EPK for radio curators and playlisters, as well as a general EPK to serve as an online artist portfolio.
The new EPK plan costs $6.95 per month and includes hosting, customizable layouts that are mobile-ready, EPK page content layouts, visual design tools, a text bio, music players, video embeds, a gig calendar, images, press quotes, a customizable contact form, social links, and access to Bandzoogle’s award-winning support team any time you need them. Need an analog version of your EPK? No worries, Bandzoogle allows you to create a downloadable PDF version of your EPK in one click.
Artists can get started with the EPK plan, then upgrade to one of Bandzoogle’s other offerings at any time. Ready to expand your online presence? With Bandzoogle’s Lite, Standard, and Pro plan upgrade options, artists can build a full online presence complete with direct-to-fan ecommerce and promotional tools.
Acquired by independent music distributor DistroKid in September 2023, Bandzoogle continues to adapt to meet the needs of musicians, with the new EPK plan offering a low-cost yet robust solution for artists to create their online presence to help them get their music heard.
Bandzoogle currently powers over 60,000 websites for musicians with its all-in-one platform featuring powerful design options, a commission-free store to sell music, merch, and tickets, and a built-in mailing list tool.