Back in November 2016, Music Ally got wind of a new startup called SuperRational in the UK, which was aiming to launch a blockchain-powered crowdfunding platform for music. We were a little early to the party, but SuperRational has been in touch to alert us to its new brand – Delic – and its plans to launch in beta this autumn.

The company describes itself as “a progressive asset and rights management platform for labels, management companies, and independent musicians” which will make tracks and stems available for sync, remixes and sampling.

The company has also just brought on board two new non-executive directors: former BASCA boss Vick Bain, and Telegram Records COO Björn Lindborg. “In my many years working with songwriters and composers it has never been more timely for a technological solution to transform and improve how musicians create, communicate and are paid,” said Bain in a statement. “I believe Delic has that potential and I am proud to be involved in this exciting company at this time.”

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