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|Founded||16 December 2015|
|Founder||Diego Farras, Christian Wilsson, Jimmy Brodd, Andreas Ahlenius, Guy Parry|
|Country of origin||Sweden|
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Amuse.io is a Swedish record label designed to help new artists get their music on Spotify and Apple Music. It has raised nearly $15.5 million dollars in Series A funding. Amuse is a free alternative to other distribution services like TuneCore, CDBaby, and DistroKid.
Amuse was founded in Stockholm on 16 December 2015 by Diego Farras, Christian Wilsson, Jimmy Brodd, Andreas Ahlenius and Guy Parry. Since Amuse is also a record label, their services are free. They added the YouTube Content ID feature in late 2016.
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