We set out to create a simple, intuitive service that makes it as easy as possible for fans to experience new music and we’ve achieved exactly that.
(PRWEB) October 23, 2011
RhythmScore, LLC announced the official launch of RhythmScore.com today, an innovative new music website designed to provide musicians with a way to showcase their talent to a global audience.
The advent of online digital distribution and promotion has been a boon to unsigned and independent artists. The major record labels no longer have absolute control over what material is presented to music fans. The World Wide Web has fundamentally transformed how new music and artists are discovered. However, the proliferation of material across a wide array of band websites, social media, and music blogs has severely complicated the task of promoting an artist’s work online.
There are several large web sites that allow musicians to post their work, but there is a dearth of online services that promote the discovery of independent artists by fans.
Artists can post their original music on RhythmScore and receive feedback from fans. Artists can also set up a profile containing a short biography and include links to their personal webpage and social networking pages.
When music fans visit rhythmscore.com, they are presented with songs in random order and asked to rate them on a ten-point scale. This system serves to promote the discovery of new music and artists by fans. James Adam, co-founder of RhythmScore, LLC, is excited to finally announce the website. “Over the last several months, we’ve been testing the service with a limited number of artists and have been receiving great feedback from the community. We set out to create a simple, intuitive service that makes it as easy as possible for fans to experience new music and we’ve achieved exactly that,” said Adam.
For more information about RhythmScore visit http://www.rhythmscore.com.