Low-fi is a new and exciting music startup that has grown out of my work as a concert producer, but also out of long gestating thoughts on a more socially and economically sustainable music business.
Music today has become so ubiquitous that we have stopped paying attention and stopped valuing it and its creators. With Low-fi I want to make people listen again, by making music something that happens not just for us, but between us.
Low-fi is a Peer-2-Peer digital platform that brings people together for living room concerts. A DIY live music scene that allows musicians, audiences and hosts to get to know each other on a much more intimate scale.
It aims to create and support a community of:
Hosts who have places and spaces that can be shared and filled with music and audiences – large as well as small. Musicians who play original material and who are looking to build/expand their fan base. Audiences who want to discover new music and a new intimate way of experiencing music.
We will start beta-testing in 2015 and are looking for musicians, hosts and audiences to be part of that very first movement. Go to Low-fi.world to sign up for news and invitations to the beta-test, like us on Facebook, follow on Twitter and let us know what you think of the work we do.