Artist Growth launch new apps and design for independent music management platform

Artist Growth have launched their own iOS and Android apps alongside a new design for helping indie artists manage their careers.

Artist Growth is a cloud-based platform that allows independent artists to manage their data as an artist wherever you can access the internet. With their new mobile apps you can take all your info and manage your career data on the go, everywhere.

Artist Growth launched in 2012 as a tool for the independent music industry that streamlines all their data including calendars, finances, gigs, and inventory. It also offers users a massive database of more than 30,000 industry contacts to help artists make connections, as well as to-do lists and a number of mentoring videos.

Artist Growth CEO and co-founder, Matt Urmy says: “Music is a mobile industry unlike any other. Having team-based access to data in the mobile context is critical. Our mission is for our clients to reclaim hours of their life each week, so we obsess over our interface being beautiful and easy to use. I know what a constant grind it is to be on tour, so we aim to provide technology that is the opposite… beautiful and straightforward, robust and powerful.”

Their new redesign is the first since 2013 when they launched Artist Growth 2.0 – “a redesign that aims to make clients of major managements companies.” With the new design and apps comes the ability to access the platform offline, using their iOS and Android apps.

Manager for the band Moon Taxi and a client of Artist Growth, Matt Eldridge said: “Artist Growth has proved to be an essential tool in the world of tour management. Be it merch-management or road reports, no questions are left unanswered.”

We built Artist Growth to give you a simple way to organize your career, in one place. You have the courage to live your dream, let us help you grow it.

You can get started, using Artist Growth, for free today. Sign up here.

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