|Category||Games, Video and Entertainment|
|Description||Independent digital music distribution|
Zimbalam is a digital music distribution service founded in 2009.
Zimbalam offers musicians and record labels the ability to sell their music through the main international digital retailers such as iTunes, AmazonMP3, Play.com, Rhapsody, eMusic and major European mobile retailers. Zimbalam offers non-exclusive deals to musicians and labels who retain full rights to their music.
Launched in mid-2009 by leading European distribution company, Believe Digital. Believe founder, Denis Ladegaillerie claims the service was launched; “as a direct answer to the needs expressed by artists to sell and promote their music whilst retaining complete control of their own release.” in an article taken from the unsigned musician’s bible The Unsigned Guide’s website.
The service cost a reported â‚¬1,000,000 to develop and provides artists with a number of unique promotional tools, including a fully customizable widget that allows them to sell their music directly to customers at no additional cost to the user.
Zimbalam is run from Believe Digital’s offices in Paris, France but has offices and staff around the world, including dedicated staff in London, Germany, Italy, Spain and the USA.