Little Hartley Music, a boutique company representing a handful of the world’s finest artists, is promoting Neil Tatar’s newest album, Learning to Fly, in Australia and Asia. We’re pleased to announce that Little Hartley Music’s promotion of the album has made the track Summer Strut available in over 1,000 cafes in Australia and has also resulted in an agreement with South Korea.
The track Summer Strut was made available by Sounds Like Café, a service through Little Hartley Music that plays in over 1,000 cafes in Australia. The cafes report on how well the songs were received by their customers to create a ranking system, and listeners voted Summer Strut #6 on the Sounds like Café November Singles Chart!
Little Hartley Music’s “Australiasian distribution” has also led to a signed agreement with a South Korean based label. The Korean market is not serviced well by many well-known platforms like iTunes, so this deal will help promote the distribution of Learning to Fly throughout this area.