ArtistData founder Brenden Mulligan today launched Onesheet.com. Still in beta, the free site allows musicians to connect their existing social networks and services to create a basic but graphically interesting website including music, videos, photos, concert dates, social streams, mailing list signups and online stores.
Details & A Onesheet Video Tour:
Onesheet pulls info from sites that many musicians are already using including ArtistData, Bandcamp, BandsInTown, Bandzoogle, Facebook, FanBridge, NextBigSound, Posterous, ReverbNation, Songkick, Sonicbids, Soundcloud, Tumblr, Twitter, Vimeo, Wordpress, and YouTube. CD Baby, Instagram, iTunes, Moontoast, Nimbit, Rdio, and Topspin will be added in the coming weeks.
Basics Onesheet sites are free and will remain so, promises Mulligan. "A premium paid service will add additional features and customization," he told Hypebot in a pre-launch interview. "Mobile optimization is another feature we may charge for. What kind of artists use Onesheet and how they use it, will drive what we do next."
Users can reserve their custom OneSheet url now here, and will be brought onto the system in the coming days, according to Mulligan.
A Onesheet Video Tour: