Curated ‘Treble Tracks’ series garners media praise, exposes new artists and highlights the platform’s best productions
Real-world gatherings for music-makers happening throughout New York City
Treble, the new social platform that allows songwriters, musicians, rappers, producers and related creative talent to explore and connect with collaborators and build professional networks, will launch widely July 13th after seeing a faster than expected rise in users while in invite-only Beta. Artists and musicians can currently download the Treble app for iOS and, after their profile is approved, filter through hundreds of potential collaborators as well as post and discover new professional opportunities.
Treble makes it easy for creatives to browse through the profiles and check out the work of beat makers, producers, instrumentalists and more. If an artist needs musicians, photographers, or graphic designers, Treble is the ultimate social marketplace for creative professionals to collaborate and seek out music-related work. “I’m very excited to be joining the Imagem team,” said Yohai. “Imagem’s catalog has helped define pop music, artists like Daft Punk, Mark Ronson and Pink Floyd have had both massive commercial success and a huge impact on our culture.”
Already solidifying a reputation as a hub for great new music, recent tracks produced through the platform have been featured by outlets such as Complex, The Source, Mass Appeal and others featuring buzzed about artists like Chance The Rapper’s brother Taylor Bennett, Stro and OSHUN.
First envisioned by Matt Bond while at NYU in 2015, and developed along with Google’s start up program 30 Weeks, Treble provides unprecedented access to a wide range of creative collaborators making the creative process fun, efficient, social, and aspirational. “The ground floor of the music industry is made up of millions of musicians, recording artists, creatives, and music professionals,” says Bond. “With Treble, we’re looking to create a brand new ecosystem for them to connect, collaborate, and come together.”
To supplement the app, Treble also throws events and experiences for artists to connect, collaborate and come together at SXSW and at New York venues, galleries, warehouses and more. More events to be announced soon.