My Band's Album & Songs available on Spotify but I don't know who did the registration

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My Band's Album & Songs available on Spotify but I don't know who did the registration

Igo_Blado
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Hi There,

 

My name is Igo from Bali Indonesia

my band is Telephone

there two album that available on Spotify:

1. Selamanya 2004 content 13 songs

2. Episode Koma 2007 content 9 songs

 

Me and my firend write and record all the songs

but none of us registered our works to spotify yet

 

Please help to info

1. who did the registration of my band

2. since when  my band had been registered

3. Who  accept the payment

 

Thank you,

 

 

Igo

Vocalist / Song Writer / Rhythm Guitar of Telephone

e. theblado@gmail.com

m. +62 82145530088

 

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@Igo_Blado

 

Hello:

 

I had to do some digging from Allmusic to try and get label information which is normally where Spotify gets the basic artist release information from. 

 

Selamanya release has label information of DSM>Pro: http://www.allmusic.com/album/selamanya-mw0001140663/releases

Episode Koma release has label information of Pro, but on the Spotify album page it lists DSM>Pro: http://www.allmusic.com/album/episode-koma-mw0001655957/releases

Spotify album page for the release: https://open.spotify.com/album/4xJzRAiBuKLeZqHY0ZO0hD

 

Someone went to the trouble to set up an Allmusic artist profile page though? http://www.allmusic.com/artist/telephone-mn0001958922

 

What I can do is escalate this issue so it can be passed along to the Spotify mods and then onto the content teams to look into this for you if you wish? Be ready to provide detailed information if someone from Spotify content teams reaches out to you about these releases.

 

You can also if you wish to reach out to Spotify with a Procedure for Claiming that Content on Spotify Infringes Your Rights and begin the process for this being looked into for you, and how this label was able to upload and add this content of your work?

https://www.spotify.com/legal/infringement-form/

 

Since you state you did not register as an artist on Spotify for the content that is on the service. Is it possible a local label that recorded the content, might they have used a third party media aggregate service to make the content available to music streaming services? 

 

Are you still in good standing and in friendship with the other artist on these releases? Has been known to happen other artist members of a group doing sneaky things with music from a group collaboration?

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@Igo_Blado

 

Hello:

 

I had to do some digging from Allmusic to try and get label information which is normally where Spotify gets the basic artist release information from. 

 

Selamanya release has label information of DSM>Pro: http://www.allmusic.com/album/selamanya-mw0001140663/releases

Episode Koma release has label information of Pro, but on the Spotify album page it lists DSM>Pro: http://www.allmusic.com/album/episode-koma-mw0001655957/releases

Spotify album page for the release: https://open.spotify.com/album/4xJzRAiBuKLeZqHY0ZO0hD

 

Someone went to the trouble to set up an Allmusic artist profile page though? http://www.allmusic.com/artist/telephone-mn0001958922

 

What I can do is escalate this issue so it can be passed along to the Spotify mods and then onto the content teams to look into this for you if you wish? Be ready to provide detailed information if someone from Spotify content teams reaches out to you about these releases.

 

You can also if you wish to reach out to Spotify with a Procedure for Claiming that Content on Spotify Infringes Your Rights and begin the process for this being looked into for you, and how this label was able to upload and add this content of your work?

https://www.spotify.com/legal/infringement-form/

 

Since you state you did not register as an artist on Spotify for the content that is on the service. Is it possible a local label that recorded the content, might they have used a third party media aggregate service to make the content available to music streaming services? 

 

Are you still in good standing and in friendship with the other artist on these releases? Has been known to happen other artist members of a group doing sneaky things with music from a group collaboration?

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