indieExtreme Partners with INgrooves
for Worldwide Digital Distribution

Nashville based record label management firm, indieExtreme, has partnered with premier international distributor and marketing company, INgrooves, for digital distribution. As a rapidly growing entity in the music industry, indieExtreme offers their clients the best in digital, mobile, and video distribution. INgrooves will play a key role in the services offered to indieExtreme clients, giving them access to exclusive marketing and licensing opportunities in addition to worldwide digital and mobile distribution. The continual growth of the digital and mobile market share, along with the quality of service INgrooves provides, resulted in indieExtreme’s strategic decision to move from their prior relationship with Fontana Distribution.

INgrooves is owned and operated by Isolation Network, which offers functional distribution and marketing services through their branches: INgrooves, Inscribe Digital, and ONE Digital Divisions. These entities offer a vast array of services through their worldwide infrastructure and boast relationships with industry leaders such as ReverbNation and Universal Music Group.

To find out more information on INgrooves visit www.ingrooves.com.

indieExtreme, with offices in Houston, TX, and Nashville, TN, represents musicians ranging from folk legend Judy Collins, to 7 year-old singer and Disney actress, Kaitlyn Maher.  The firm partners with INgrooves for distribution and retail marketing, along with providing label services such as marketing, publicity, social media management, management consulting, music licensing and online marketing systems to independent labels. To learn more about indieExtreme, please visit www.indieextreme.com, call: (615) 309-1718 or (281) 890-5034, or e-mail: kathyd@indieextreme.com.

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