There could be any number of reasons you’d want to contact us. Maybe you want to play our gigs. Maybe you’d like to record with producer extraordinaire Ben Walker. Maybe you think we fathered one of your twins, like the title character of ‘Billie Jean’. If it’s either of the first two, feel free to get in touch! Below are details regarding the best person to contact for a number of different queries:
Playing a Folkroom gig: We are always on the look out for new acts at Folkroom! Though we’ve been lucky enough to build up a large community of acts, Folkroom is meant to be an inclusive experience – you don’t have to know one of the organisers to get on our stage! Our gigs are held every other Wednesday at The Harrison, and are organised by our man Stephen. Whilst Stephen does do his best to listen to all submissions, it can get a little overwhelming. He’ll get back to as soon as he can, regardless of whether or not you’re right for the gig. Please only send one or two songs at a time, ideally via a Soundcloud or Bandcamp link. You can reach us for gig submissions at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Releasing your album/EP on Folkroom Records: Folkroom Records are not currently looking for new EPs or albums to put out on our label. As a general rule, we tend to discover all our acts through the live gigs we put on every two weeks. If you really really want to have Folkroom release your record, the best bet is to put forward a submission to play our gigs. If you play, and we love you and your music, who knows what might happen?
Recording with Ben Walker: Ah, Ben. The keystone to almost everything our little label has ever released, Ben is a producer we’d recommend to almost anyone. If you’re looking for a producer, and think Ben might be the man for you, we’d encourage checking out his website.
Licensing Folkroom releases: Whether you’re looking to feature our songs in an advert for pro-biotic yoghurt or have them open Adam Sandler’s latest 90-minute joke dirge, Ben Walker is the man you need to contact. You can find him by emailing email@example.com!
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