November 2012

How To Share Your Event With Local Musicians

November 28, 2012 17:10


Musomap is a new, free and open platform that encourages more local music collaboration. Musicians, from around the world, are invited to plot themselves on a shared map of the world and connect.

How does this work?
1. Make your mark on the map.
2. Post an event or project.
3. A local collaborator will broadcast your news to the musicians in your city. That's it!

Try it for yourself.
http://www.musomap.com

We have a vision...
A more diverse local music industry.

To find out more from the team check out our daily blog.
http://blog.musomap.com

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1,289 Musicians Working To Renew The World's Love For Local Music.

November 6, 2012 04:12


We put a call out to musicians around the world to make their mark on the map in the name of laying a claim to the sound of their community.

This initiative is now 6 months online and has reached 1289 musicians in every corner of the globe.

How far can we take this?

The Global Map Of Musicians
Plot yourself and collaborate.
www.musomap.com

Our goal is to help every community take pride in, and utilise, local music more!

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