to me "deep minimal" would be more along the lines of the autonomic sound. this track is more of a techy, minimal sound like Data. off the top of my head ingredients is one of the best labels for that sound. so from there i would do a bit a research like look up ingredients on rdb (http://www.rolldabeats.com/label/ingredients_records), then see what other labels their artists have released on, and take that list of labels and search for them on soundcloud. also research labels to make sure they will actually promote your work and not just toss it up on a digital site and forget about you (you can check other dnb forums to see how well received they are etc).
i would have 3 or 4 equally strong tracks ready before sending demos. if i get a demo and i'm unsure about the artist, the first thing i do is ask for more examples of their work and other labels have done the same with me.
just search through tunes on something like junowdownload and when you find tunes similar to yours look what label they are on and keep a note of it, then pick a couple that you think are most suited and send to them
also really feeling the tune at the link you posted man
To anyone that knows me and my music, they would instantly pigeon-hole me as "jump-up", so when i started Multi Function Music and was looking for demos, i got bombarded by every kind of wibble wobble sound out there!
yes, given, the first 4 releases were jump up but im not looking for just jump-up, good quality music is the main thing i listen out for.
Ive got 3 brand new artists that are working with Multi Function and none of them make jump up, they are making some brilliant peices of music, thats it.
the next release is a couple of deep rollers from Voltage, then theres a various artists liquid EP (including my first ever liquid track
So im my opinion, dont just expect a label to only like the kind of things they've previosuly released. Because if a jump up label only recieves jump up demos then they're only gonna release jump up where maybe they wanna release differant styles aswell as jump up... too much jump up in one sentence.
you may agree or not but thats how i personaly see things.
good luck with the demo anyway
There are mainly 4 ways to send demos:
1. Using the SC dropbox, keeping the track private for that label so they will only hear it.
2. Using email, either sending the mp3 or a linkin the email message.
3. Using AIM, sending tracks to labels like sending stuff to your friends over a chat application (you will need to download the free software obviously)
4. Some labels have a section on their website where you upload the track directly to them. Here is an example using Hospital Records: https://www.hospitalrecords.com/demos/
Each label has either 1 or more of these methods. Make sure that the track is mixed quite well and don't be dishearted if you get nothing back. Keep on finessing your tracks and someday a label will reply to you
Oil Factory / Old Military I heard totally nothing from Grid, Dispatch and Alignment but at least I think found a place on a EP which still need to be confirmed with a label (already got 2 tracks in, so the EP might actually happen).
And just today, I've sent a new track to Med School (it's in the new talent section as well) so we will have to wait and see.