Student Soundtrack for Swatch Campaign
Join Point Blank’s Record Label
When you study with us you can sign, release, and earn money from your music. That's why we run an in-house record and publishing label - Point Blank Music.
Your Tracks Released and Promoted
Throughout the duration of the course and after completion, students that sign their tracks to Point Blank Music enjoy 100% digital distribution coverage including Beatport, Juno Download, Amazon, iTunes and Spotify and extensive promotion through Point Blank's social media, marketing and database networks. We'll also send your tracks to the world’s top DJs via our promo system Labelworxs. DJs that have supported the label’s releases include; Terry Francis (Fabric Resident), Paco Osuna (Minus), Slam and Magda. If you would like your music to be considered for the label please get in touch with Rachel.
Your First Professional Assignment
Through our established links with partner advertising agencies BBH, JSA, Blackbook and BMB, Point Blank students have secured a number of commercial projects including soundtracks for two global Swatch advertising campaigns, a feature film soundtrack and a musical theatre score this year alone. See Eddie Yanez's Swatch campaign advert at the top of the page.
Another Point Blank student was successful in pitching for a different Swatch campaign: “Amazing. I entered my track knowing it was an open pitch and when I got it, I couldn’t really believe it. This has always been something I wanted to do, which is why I came to Point Blank in the first place – now it all seems to be coming into place” - Student Jake Warren on his Swatch commission. Jake has since gone on to great success as a producer since he graduated from Point Blank.
Point Blank Music is Available Through:
The labels below have requested to receive the latest tracks from Point Blank students via the Point Blank Music team. “Universal supports what Point Blank is doing and is happy to provide progression routes for students who show real talent and determination” - Darcus Beese, President of Universal Records.