What Could Blockchain Do for Music?

Musicians are exploring blockchain as a ‘big spreadsheet in the sky’ that could help them seize back control from big business

Stuart Dredge
Jan 24, 2018 · 6 min read
Imogen Heap. Photo: Man Alive on Flickr

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Imogen Heap announcing Mycelia

Reimagine the Music Industry in a Data-Driven World

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Imogen Heap’s Mi.Mu music gloves. Photo: Harrison Weber on Flickr

Cut Out the Middlemen

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Gramatik at the Austin City Limits Festival, 2014. Photo: ACL on Flickr

A Shared Global Database? Hmmm…


Creative Passports

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Creative Passport.

We Need Prototypes in the Wild

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Björk has already partnered with Blockpool.

Stuart Dredge

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Stuart Dredge

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Scribbler about apps, digital music, games and consumer technology. Skills: slouching, typing fast. Usually simultaneously.

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