Scoundrel’s Inn features music and entertainment from bands and individuals who perform around the world. We want to get your music to more people than your immediate vicinity, events and faires.
For recorded music we require two things:
1. Your Permission
The podcast is hosted under a creative commons license, specifically the ShareAlike 4.0 International license. This means that the only payment you will receive is promotion through the podcast. We inform our listeners who performed the song and what album it came from. Then we include your URL in the shownotes of every show.
- Which Songs We Can Use
Due to our Creative Commons license and the rules of the Performing Rights Organizations, Scoundrel’s Inn is restricted to playing music that is “PodSafe”. Podsafe music is music that is either public domain, written by the band, or any song for which we should not have to pay royalties. If you send MP3s, please make sure that they are Podsafe. If there are any that are not, we would appreciate it if you would let us know. This radio show is out of the love we have for pirate music and bands and cannot afford the licenses for your version of the Devil’s Dance Floor for example.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
2. Your music.
This podcast is not self-sufficient. Though we do have a great collection of pirate music we don’t have the money to go out and buy every act that wants to be featured on the show. Instead, we rely on you to submit recordings to the show.
We would prefer full albums. A show can get stale if the only song of yours we have is South Australia. We know that you work hard on every album and want to promote all your work, not just a handful of selections.
- How to submit recordings
- Upload it via Dropbox.
- Email 1-3 MP3s.
- Send a download code for CDBaby.
- Or any other creative means readily available.
Postal (CD or Flash Drive)
c/o Clinton Blankenship
12310 S Shadow Cove Dr
Houston, TX 77082
If you do mail something to us, send us an email so we know to expect it.