Follow the Music

Instagram @ Music, Image source: Instagram.com/music  Art by @jaredeberhardt

Instagram @ Music, Image source: Instagram.com/music
Art by @jaredeberhardt

Instagram has long been a stage for all associated with the music industry between makers, producers and fans.   With this in mind, the people behind the App have now launched a special music-centric feed @Music, which will showcase “music from around the globe, from those who create it to the community around it,” according to Kevin Systrom, Founder and CEO of Instragram.

Each week, Instagram will turn its gaze towards the musical experience on the platform and show new sides to well known artists and introduce new up and coming artists from around the world.  Of course the work of photographers, graphic designers, instrument makers and fans will be highlighted too.  Instagram encourage users to joint the community with a music-themed monthly  hashtag project.

This is a very exciting development by Instagram for all those involved with music and is sure to allow for new discoveries and help new artists reach new followers and expand their fan base.  Make sure to check it out and follow here.

 

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