Deep Elm Records Promises 10,000 Free Album Downloads If They Reach 20,000 Likes By December 31

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An offer like this is too good not to promote. Plus, the people behind it are some of the hardest working in music. Bonus!

Deep Elm Records has become a staple of the alternative music scene since its birth in 1995, but for one reason or another they’ve only garnered a little less than 11,500 Likes on Facebook. We could rant and rant about how their target demographic isn’t exactly the same demo that uses Likes to represent their hobbies, but for the sake of this post let’s put those thoughts to the side and think about how much good could happen if Deep Elm hit 20,000 likes. That is double the audience to potentially receive their Facebook posts (if they pay to promote, of course – Zuck needs his bucks), which is double the audience to engage with great new independent music. Additionally, you get mad karma points for having helped introduce people to the great music released through Deep Elm.

If all of the above doesn’t appeal to you in the least, Deep Elm have come up with a creative bargain to fans of their label in hopes of reaching 20,000 likes by the end of the year. If fans and followers of Deep Elm assist the label in reaching their 20k goal before midnight on December 31 the label will offer 10,000 free album downloads on a first come, first serve basis. As they explained on Facebook, “We will turn on the “Free Button” at Deep Elm Digital and won’t turn it off until 10,000 albums have been downloaded.”

What are you waiting for? Click here and give one of the greatest indie labels a ‘Like’ today!

James Shotwell

James Shotwell is the founder of Under The Gun Review. He loves writing about music and movies almost as much as he loves his two fat cats. He's also the co-founder of Antique Records and the Marketing Coordinator for Haulix. You should probably follow him on Twitter.

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