Brenden Mulligan – founder of both ArtistData and Onesheet – has created a new music-centric social tool. The idea for the new service sprung out of Cluster, his photo-sharing app. Precise details around the new service/platform are under wraps for now but given Mulligan’s pedigree, the tech press is already foaming at the mouth. “Since launching Cluster, we’ve been inundated with requests from musicians who want to use the app with their fans at concerts,” he told Hypebot. “We’re currently exploring concepts to help musicians build a new way of interacting with fans at shows, where fans contribute the photos they take to the band’s official concert album and potentially get access to backstage or candid photos taken by the band and their crew in return.” He also hinted that the launch could be a few months away. Just don’t expect Kate Bush or Jack White to be on board for launch.

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