Music Business Name Generator & Ideas

Generate names for your music business below.

1.Choose Your Music Business Name Keywords

Get musical keywords and phrases to type in the business name generator.

2. Get Music Business Name Ideas

The generator will give you hundreds of name ideas, and you can use our handy filters to trim the list down.

3. Select Music Business Names

Weigh up the pros and cons of your favorite names to help you decide which one to use.

How To Name Your Music Business

How To Name Your Music Business

In 2020 alone, the total revenue of the recorded music industry amounted to 23.1 billion dollars. You might be wanting to add to this by creating your own music business, in which case you’ll need a show stopper name to help you stand out from your competitors!

My name is Molly, and I am here to guide you through some tips and tricks on how to come up with the perfect music business name. We have got the perfect tool for you; our Music Business Name Generator makes the name picking process much easier and enjoyable.

Keep reading for some real-world examples, and take inspiration from our list of 20 music business name ideas.

20 Music Business Name Ideas

20 Music Business Name Ideas

To get started, I came up with a list of words that I associate with the word ‘music’. I then put these words into the Music Business Name Generator and here is, in my opinion, a handful of the best results.

  1. Chord Choir
  2. Chord Jam
  3. Chord Records
  4. Crash Melody
  5. Dream Harmony
  6. Electric Rhythm
  7. Funk Music
  8. Funky Rhythms
  9. Harmony Records
  10. Harmony Tempo
  11. Mastered Chords
  12. Melody Boom
  13. Melody Mix
  14. More Rhythm
  15. Music Chamber
  16. Music Genius
  17. Music Starter
  18. Raw Music
  19. Rewind Rhythms
  20. Rhythm Sessions

20 More Music Business Name Ideas

  1. Soul Sound
  2. Vector Volume
  3. Trusted Voices
  4. Smooth Sounds
  5. Sonic Sounds
  6. Billowing Bass
  7. Bass Support
  8. Music Magic
  9. Terrific Tone
  10. Pace Rhythm
  11. Box Sounds
  12. Sticks And Strings
  13. Kordz
  14. Lyricamost
  15. Trap Therapy
  16. Mellow Melodies
  17. Bebop Boys
  18. New Wave
  19. Jazz Music
  20. Turned Up

Best Real-world Music Business Names

Hopefully, you have had the chance to use our Music Business Name Generator and have already come up with some ideas. Can we advise that it is worth checking out music business names that already exist, especially the most successful ones! This will help you to understand what makes a name so unique, and you can take inspiration from their techniques.

Let’s take a look at some music business names and I will explain what makes them work so well.

Big Hit Entertainment

Big Hit Entertainment is the machine behind K-pop group BTS.

This name works extremely well as essentially it offers exactly what it says on the tin. ‘Big Hits’ is a common phrase used in the music industry, so people are immediately aware that this business is involved in music somehow.

Island Records

There are currently three Island labels namely: Island US, Island UK, and Island Australia.

This name is much more creative than most music business names. The use of the word ‘island’ makes this company sound much more exotic and luxurious than others.

Atlantic Records

Specializing in R&B, jazz, and soul recordings, Atlantic Records was founded in 1947.

Atlantic represents just how big this music business is; that they are known on a global scale. Using a place within your business name means that your audience has a clearer idea of just how successful you aspire to be.

Def Jam Recordings

Today, Def Jam Recordings is one of the biggest music businesses in the world, having been home to artists such as Rihanna, Kanye West, and Afrojack.

Using musical language within your name will really help to establish you as a brand. ‘Jam’ is a cool term that has been used in place of something much duller, which therefore makes it sound much more appealing.

Universal Music Enterprises

This Dutch-American music corporation is one of the ‘Big Three’ record labels along with Sony Music and Warner Music Group.

This business has obviously built itself up to be one of the best in the world, therefore its name is immediately recognizable and associated with being successful. The word ‘universal’ helps to represent this worldwide success.

Unique Content for the Niche

When naming your music business, you really want to take into account the wide range of language terms that you could use. The music industry is all about creating exciting and engaging new sounds, so why not try to promote this through your own company name.

Using words that include hard-hitting sounds and sound nice to say will really help to convey this. Your name wants to be hard-hitting and impactful, just like your music will be. Having a really unique and fun business name will make it more likely to attract an audience that wants to come to you for a fun and entertaining relationship.

Check out these 5 tips below on how you can achieve this step-by-step.

5-Tips for creating unique Music Business name ideas

1. Be Creative

The music industry is one of the most creative industries out there, so now really is the time to express your own creativity through your business name. It might be hard to build yourself up to be one of the biggest music businesses, but if you have a super creative and original name then this might help you to stand out from the crowd.

Including humor or words that are associated with music in a unique way can help you to express this. Try to think about what makes your music business different from the rest. What is your unique selling point? Use this to your advantage to create a really whacky and ambitious business name that grabs attention.

2. Sound Appealing

You might want your name to be really out there and quirky, but remember, you want to attract your audience. We encourage you to be creative, but you need to remember that it must make sense and sound appealing. Sometimes, having a name that is more stripped back and simple can actually be really beneficial.

Or, using language techniques such as rhyming or including a pun in your name can help to make it sound more engaging. If your name can instantly click with your audience, then you’re onto a winner! Try to avoid anything that is too wordy or complicated to say. Your name wants to flow naturally and be easy to say, so make sure your audience can understand the meaning behind it.

3. Ask For Feedback

Getting a second opinion on your business name is always a good idea. It’s even better if you can get a third and fourth opinion! If you have got a good list of potential business names, then asking your audience for their opinion of them can help you to whittle it down to the perfect name. Create some surveys and ask people questions such as:

  • What do you associate with our business name?
  • What sort of business would you expect us to be?
  • Does the name sound appealing to you?

You can even ask them to rate each name on a scale of 1-10 so that it is clear to establish which names are likeable and which ones you should probably get rid of.

4. Check Domain Availability

This is a step that you definitely don’t want to miss out on. Many companies think they’ve stumbled upon the perfect name only to find out that they can’t actually use it. Don’t worry though, this is easily solvable. You can do a quick Business Name Search online to find out if the name you like is available in your country/state.

Try to avoid using a name that is already similar to one out there. You want your name to be totally unique to you, and this will avoid any confusion to your audience if they wish to search you up. This will also be beneficial when you start looking for social media handles.

5. Use Our Music Business Name Generator

We hope that these tips have come into use so far. Hopefully, you have a list of potential ideas and are enjoying the name-picking process. If not, don’t worry! Can we remind you about our Music Business Name Generator? It really is the perfect tool to use when it comes to naming your music business.

All you need to do is have a list of words ready to go that you want to include in your business name. Pop these into our name generator, then sit back and relax whilst we do the work for you! There are dozens of names that will be curated, so hopefully, you like the look of at least a handful.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Finding catchy name ideas for your music blog can sometimes be a challenge. With many blogs already out there, it’s important to come up with something that stands out. It doesn’t matter if you’re a big music fan, a stand out producer or just simply an avid listener- these names can help you to get started: -Essence of Music -Play Beat -Music to my ears -So Good Music -Listen Up -Cover me Bad -Music is my life -More than just Music

A good business name should embody the feeling of your brand, should be memorable, and should remind your employees why you’re doing what you’re doing. Here are some tips for coming up with a great business name: -Use acronyms -Get inspiration from mythology and literature -Use foreign words -Use your own name -Take a look at a map -Mix things up -Partner with another company


Adaline Lefe Mary John

Adaline Lefe Mary John

Adaline is in charge of organizing and maintaining content for all of our websites. She is a fantastic researcher and creator. She has over ten years of experience in content creation and management.

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