Flutin is announcing an investment partnership with SEGA, part of the well-known gaming and digital entertainment’s expansion into new, promising companies.
The investment will enable Flutin to further strengthen its user base in key markets like the US. Based in India but growing across the globe, Flutin offers listeners recommendations that purposefully surface emerging artists they’ll love, based on their activities, locations, and musical loves. Continue reading “Flutin Music Service Receives Investment from SEGA Group”
When you want to empower emerging artists and help them find their fans, it’s not just about building a platform or space. It’s about lifting up and investing in promising talent, one compelling musician at a time. This requires more than bootcamps or pop-up events. Supporting early-stage artists is an investment, one music-obsessed platforms know is worth making. Continue reading “Flutin Announces Flutin First, Its Emerging Artist Incubator”
Indian pop icon and seasoned music professional Sukhbir Singh is partnering with international music app Flutin as an investor. He is also using the platform to support his latest artistic initiatives, employing the app’s powerful promotion and distribution. Continue reading “Flutin Announces Investment, Creative Collaboration with Indian Pop Star Sukhbir Singh”
Austin-based Christophe Lavigne had been working on his music for years, leading the rock band Arrows to Fire. Like a lot of indie artists, he’d done all he could, but the results were disheartening. An album’s worth of tracks on Spotify would garner less than 50 listeners.
Lavigne discovered Flutin , an app that tunes into users’ locations and habits, and things shifted. As his songs popped up in hundreds of thousands of users’ custom playlists, he got stream after stream, racking up half a million plays in just 10 days. Continue reading “Flutin Puts Emerging Artists Where They Need to Be: In Music Fans’ Playlists”