CrowdSound success shows support for local start-ups

26th June, 2016
Joel Carey, founder of Crowdsound, with singer-songwriter Colm Fitzpatrick

It was the particular problems of US rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars that prompted UCC commerce graduate Joel Carey to establish his crowdfunding start-up, CrowdSound.co.

Having learned of the troubled relationship between the band and their record label, Carey decided to create a platform for musicians that would allow them to avoid dealing with pressure from a record company, while still sourcing the money required to produce music.

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