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Tradconnect was established in 2011 as an independent traditional music channel that connects musicians globally. Since then the site has experienced phenomenal growth.
Over the 12 months of 2017 Tradconnect over 700,000 page hits from 140,000 users and every day achieve close to 1,000 unique visits.
Tradconnect’s goal has been to create a strong independent channel that allows musicians to access a global audience. This we have achieved, and as our numbers continue to demonstrate we are growing in strength and popularity by the day.
Welcome to your new audience : Visit Tradconnect and you can see all the content posted. Over 140,000 people visited Tradconnect over the last 12 months, so that’s a lot of people that you may be missing out on. Every week we email our 6,000 members with a very concise newsletter. Writers, broadcasters and other bloggers visit our pages to find out what is happening and they in turn write about it. So if you want to reach a whole new audience then all you need to do is engage with us.
How to access this new channel : To access this new channel there are a number of things that you can do.
Firstly join up and add your events, album launches, videos, community events etc. Use our blog section to write more detailed content and send us your albums by post or digitally via Dropbox.
Secondly write to us. Most content on the site comes from people who write and inform us about their events, tours, new videos and Soundcloud uploads. Send us some detailed content with your email to provide us with some additional insight. We have limited resources to do what we do so the more you give, the better. Make the content original - no cut and paste.
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Remember, growing your fanbase outside of your Facebook friends is important. Engage with Tradconnect and you are entering our news stream and engaging with our 100,000+ readers. So connect today and say hello to a whole new audience.
The acclaimed fiddle player Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh is to embark on a select few dates around Ireland this Autumn to test out brand new material with his trademark 10-string hardangar d’amore fiddle and electronics.
Taking time away from his other groups: The Gloaming and This is How we…Continue
Dublin-based band SLOW MOVING CLOUDS combine roots in the Irish and Nordic folk traditions with post-punk drones, baroque strings, and soaring falsetto vocals – creating an immersive, atmospheric sound, unlike anything you’ve heard before.
Building on the success of their 2015 debut album Os, the group…Continue
The Legacy of Stephen Grier is a landmark recording of carefully selected tunes from one of Ireland’s treasured (but as yet unpublished) nineteenth-century collections. This is a long-awaited follow-up by Séamus McGuire (fiddle) and John Lee (flute) to The Missing Reel (Gael Linn,…Continue
The Dog In The Fog, the first ever album by Manchester’s Dezi Donnelly on fiddle and Mike McGoldrick on flute and uilleann pipes. Making an album of traditional tunes – their ‘bedrock’ - with just the two of them is…Continue
Pipes is the brand-new 12 track solo album from piper John Mulhearn. Well known as a performer, composer and full-time teacher at Scotland's National Piping Centre, John will release his latest album on Monday 13 August.
Pipes is John’s first full length album since 2009 and a complete departure…Continue
The Abbey Theatre have put a call-out for Irish traditional…Continue
What are musicians looking for when it comes to social media and the online…Continue
We recently linked this producer up with a singer as part of a video…Continue
We have had a request…Continue