The Andrson tapes: a music platform aiming to unearth new stars

Andrson, which uses audio analysis to match music labels and artists, is proving a hit with users since it launched last year

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
29th November, 2020
The Andrson tapes: a music platform aiming to unearth new stars
Neil Dunne and Zach Miller-Frankel, co-founders of Andrson, met at Trinity College Dublin’s a cappella group Trinitones. Photo: Fergal Phillips

You might be able to drop hot fire on the mic, or maybe you have the combined skills of Jimi Hendrix and Angus Young on the guitar, but you just need someone to hear your sound to take you to the next level.

Well, Andrson is here to help. The Dublin-based start-up is on course to raise €5 million to support its efforts to revolutionise the music industry.

Andrson is a recruitment and discovery music...

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