Tag: imogen heap
Imogen Heap’s Creative Passport reveals CEO and advisory board
Back in December 2017, we wrote about artist (and blockchain early-adopter) Imogen Heap’s idea for a ‘Creative Passport’ for musicians, which would store and share their professional and creative data. Well, the project...
February 26, 2020
MI.MU gestural-performance gloves to go on sale for £2,500
The MI.MU gloves were made famous by artist Imogen Heap, who developed them as a wearable controller for ‘gestural music performance’. A Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign in 2014 didn’t quite hit its target, but...
April 25, 2019
Imogen Heap launches her ‘Life of a Song’ project
British artist Imogen Heap has launched her ‘Life of a Song’ project, which focuses on a single track from 2005, ‘Hide and Seek’, showing exactly how it has made money over the last 13 years, as well as how those...
October 23, 2018
Sendmate generated 53.8% click-through rate for Imogen Heap
Artist Imogen Heap is heading off on a world tour soon under her ‘Mycelia’ banner – you may remember us reporting on the plans from her launch event in December – and she’s been testing a new tool to let fans...
June 28, 2018
Imogen Heap is taking Mycelia on tour… with Creative Passports
We’ve seen a few music-industry conference venues in our time, but never a giant tipi until today. Built in the grounds of musician Imogen Heap’s home in Havering-atte-Bower, it was the location for Heap to talk about...
December 8, 2017
Mycelia talks blockchain music: ‘Artists want to understand…’
The first time Music Ally heard about Mycelia was in July 2015, when musician Imogen Heap talked to Forbes about her hopes for “a fair, true, bright and shining home for music” supported by blockchain music technology...
July 28, 2017
Resonate blockchain-based music-streaming service opens up
Music-streaming is currently an intensely-competitive market that’s daunting for new entrants. Could blockchain technology provide a way in though? Berlin-based startup Resonate hopes so. The company describes itself...
October 25, 2016
Blockchain platform Ujo Music opening up in early 2017
Ujo Music was the startup that worked with musician Imogen Heap in 2015 to release her track ‘Tiny Human’ on the Ethereum blockchain. Now the company is preparing for a full commercial launch of its platform for other...
September 2, 2016
How can blockchain change the music industry? (#midem)
Blockchain technology and music. An obscure topic that barely gets any attention at industry conferences in 2016. Oh, wait... Yes, the potential impact of the blockchain is a well-trodden path at industry events in recent...
June 5, 2016
Benji Rogers and Imogen Heap: building the music blockchain
Of all the places you might attend an event on “Fair-Trade Music, Virtual Reality and The Blockchain”, the headquarters of British music-industry body BPI is one of the more surprising. Aren’t its most powerful members...
February 2, 2016
Imogen Heap: blockchain tech is ‘really shaking things up in a good way’
Bitcoin and Blockchain have become music industry buzzwords over the past few months with many players hoping the two will transform the music industry’s payment system from what some deem chaotic and unfair to efficient...
November 23, 2015
Imogen Heap talks about Mycelia and how blockchain can help the music business
There is clearly “something in the air” (well, on the web). Yesterday we covered Zoë Keating talking about how blockchain and Bitcoin could bring greater transparency to the digital music industry. Now Forbes has run...
July 29, 2015