The music industry is still in a dead end. Many artists derive most of their income from performing concerts around the world. Conventional concerts are not happening, however, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. A potential solution could be Bandsintown More, a new subscription service dedicated to live music. For $ 9.99 per month, you’ll get an “all access pass” to over 25 concerts each month. These were produced exclusively for the platform – you won’t find them on other streaming services, such as YouTube, Twitch, Spotify, or Apple Music. Throughout January and February, you can expect some of the following performances:
Adeline, Adrianne Lenker of Big Thief, Bakai, Brijean, Bye Beneco, Chrome Sparks, Chromeo, Claud, Diamond Thug, Empress Of, Fleet Foxes (Solo), Flying Lotus, HONEYMOAN, Ian Isiah, James Hersey, Jeff Tweedy, Joe Bonamassa , Little Dragon, Natives, Lomelda, nowhere mau, Mindchatter, Misty Mtn, Mt. Joy, odie, Phoebe Bridgers, Poolside, Prequell, Rexx Life Raj, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Sam himself, Scarypoolparty, Sir Chloe, Soccer Mommy, Toro y Moi, Trevor Hall, Tycho, Wallows, We the Commas and former Bandsintown Big Break former Omar Apollo with special guest Q. Bandsintown says more artists will be announced at a later date.