Dox Music | For Songwriters, Performers & Creatives

Dox Music

Welcome to Dox Music Services (incorporating Doxmedia Aggregation). If you are a songwriter, performer or creative we are here to offer expert advice and help you thrive and survive in today's music industry. With over 20 years experience of working in all aspects of the creation, copyrighting and distribution of music we can support you in many areas, from an original idea to the finished project and beyond.
Welcome to Doxmedia Aggregation. We are your easy 'one-stop' gateway to the digital music world for your music. We are here to help artists and record labels make your music available on every major online digital music store and streaming site WORLDWIDE. So if you want your music to be readily available everywhere, from iTunes through to Spotify, and everyone inbetween across the globe, then you need to talk to us.
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‘Long and Winding Road’ Documentary now on Sky

We are so pleased to announce that the fantastic new UK documentary film ‘Long and Winding Road’ directed by Pip Piper of Blue Hippo Media is now available on Sky Arts. Keith Dixon, Doxmedia’s owner said “We (Doxmedia) were approached to back the making of the film, which we did and[…]

UK music sales year on year update

The BBC recently published an article on their website about the latest UK music sales year on year figures. It’s important to note that these figures are for official music sales outlets only and do not include/take into account sales of releases and ‘physical’ products (such as CD and vinyl) made directly[…]

News update on songwriter streaming royalties discussions

There’s been loads of industry ‘discussions’ regarding fixing payment rates for songwriters and publishers within the music streaming sector, particularly in the USA. A ‘significant increase’ in the amount of royalties paid to songwriters and publishers had been agreed and passed through the US courts but the is being appealed[…]