After financial filings that shows Tidal losses doubling to $28 million last year and hints that Jay Z's music streamer was running out of cash, there were renewed rumors that Apple was in acquisition talks.
Today. music producer referral service Noise Creators makes its PITCH. As with other startups in this ongoing series, we've given them 100 words to convince you of their worthiness. And while I don't always comment, Noise Creators goes solidly in my "much needed service" category.
Despite rumors of a bubble and investor reluctance to touch anything that might require music licensing, promising new music and music tech startups are popping up daily. To help find the best, we've created a new ongoing feature on Hypebot called THE PITCH.
THE PITCH today comes from Mixvisor, The startup is creating intelligent emdebable music players that pull information from any web page and music from Apple Music and Spotify. It sounds like a replacement for the just defunct Bop.fm., but it's more than that. As with other promising music tech startups we've given Mixvisor 100 words to pitch their product.
Today's PITCH comes from Skoove - a music leaning platform that centers around an interactive online piano lessons. Like other startups featured in THE PITCH, Skoove has just 100 words to convince you to pay attention.
Music discovery is a code that many are trying to crack. VuHaus's approach is curation. From NYC's WFUV to LA's KCRW, some of the most influential public radio stations have joined together to share video of their best in studio music performances. In the latest in our ongoing series, here in 100 words or less is THE PITCH from Vuhaus.
Today, as part of our ongoing early stage music startup series THE PITCH, gigmit gets 100 words to pitch their live music booking platform which is already being used by some of Europe's top music festivals including BIME and Sziget.
[UPDATED] THE PITCH today spotlights Pickasounds, a collaborative platform that allows amateur musicians and producers to sample and remix music. Like others in this ongoing series, Pickasound gets 100 words to make their case.
Today, DJ booking marketplace Gigwax steps into THE PITCH spotlight. In this ongoing series for early stage music startups we give them 100 words to pitch their site or service to the Hypebot community.
Today, our ongoing series THE PITCH, which showcases early stage music startups. shines the spotlight on Wurrly, an on the go music studio app that some A&R execs are also using as an artist discovery platform. Here's how the Wurrly team describe their creation in less than 100 words:
In this latest installment of THE PITCH, startup Kandeze, an online learning platform for art, music, and creative technology gets their chance to explain what they're about and why you might want to get involved in 100 words or less.