Join our roster
You can submit your music to us today! Our team listens to everything that gets submitted through the form - if we like what we hear and would like to work with you, someone will be in touch.
We only take submissions using the form on this page so please don't submit your music via email.
We are currently accepting submissions, so please complete this form for consideration. Don’t forget to check out our existing roster first!
At this time, we’re unable to accept physical submissions on CD, vinyl or cassette via post.
Frequently Asked Questions
A music publisher is responsible for ensuring that songwriters and composers receive payment whenever their compositions are used commercially. A publishing company will also work to secure sync licensing opportunities for your compositions. Read more about Music Publishing and Sync.
There are many different revenue streams that a publisher can enable you to collect. You’re entitled to money whenever your song is performed live, played on radio, downloaded, streamed, reproduced on CD or vinyl, synced and more. We’ve put together a guide to the different revenue streams available to songwriters.
Absolutely! We love to hear new music. Please complete this form to submit your music for consideration and take a look at our submissions policy at the top of this page.
Please take a listen to our existing artists to see whether you would be a good fit for our roster.
Due to the amount of submissions we receive, we are unable to provide individual feedback on each track submitted. If we like the track and would like some more information, a member of the team will be in touch.
If you are looking to clear a sample of a track in our catalogue, please email us.
It’s our aim to make the clearance process as simple and quick as possible. A member of the team is on hand to discuss this in more detail via phone or email.
We’d love to hear from you! You don’t need to be distributed by Horus Music in order to join the roster.
We’d love to help. Please contact us via the details at the top of this page