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Original songs and compositions are the engines that drive online music streaming: it simply wouldn’t exist without those who created the music on which their business depends. When you get Licensed To Play by SOCAN, not only are you compensating the songwriters and composers heard through your service, you’re also making sure that the music used to build your business is being used legally and ethically. The license fees streaming services pay to SOCAN for the public performance of music compensate  songwriters, composers and music publishers that make up SOCAN.
Question

Where should I submit my set list/concert notification?

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There are a number of ways to do that, and SOCAN is here to help. Log into your account and check the Unidentified Concerts List. If you find a concert you’ve played that’s been filed with SOCAN but doesn’t have a set list, follow the steps to provide your set list in order to get paid. If you have “no shows” on the Unidentified Concerts List but have played a show within the past year, that you want to get paid for, visit our Creators’ Toolbox page to access and complete the “Notification of Live Music Performance” form. For more information, review our Concerts 101 document in the Creators’ Toolbox.

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DVBBS

DVBBS (pronounced "dubs") are an electronic dance music duo composed of brothers Chris Chronicles and Alex Andre (both of whose true family name is van den Hoef). They had a huge global hit with Borgeous, “Tsunami,” which reached No. 1 on the Beatport Chart, topped charts in Belgium and The Netherlands, and went Top 10 in Sweden, France and Denmark. A vocal remix of the song, “Tsunami (Jump),” featuring Tinie Tempah, reached No. 1 on the U.K. Singles Chart. The SOCAN member duo has been ranked No.16 in the world by DJ Magazine, and they’ve performed worldwide, with the likes of Tiësto, Steve Aoki, DJ Snake, and many others.