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  • Founded: March 2009
  • Location: Scattered!, United States of America

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  • SEARCHING FOR NEW MUSIC?

    SEARCHING FOR NEW MUSIC?

    Uvumi.com has been my gaurdian angel for so long now. I dont think i can even remember what life was like without it. Its an awesome site that offers thousands of great free dowloads from many artists, ranging from extremely underground to on the verge of going mainstream. Its definately got something for everyone.

    http://ashtonsimon.tumblr.com/post/3929092755/searching-for-new-music

  • Another Great Source of Great Independent Music Discovery

    Another Great Source of Great Independent Music Discovery

    The site also has very nice user and artist networking, it seems a lot easier to connect then other sites. It is as if Facebook was done right, just for music artists.

    http://coolate.com/blog/blog/2010/08/02/www-uvumi-com-another-great-source-of-great-independent-music-discovery/

  • Discover Artists That Are Starting Out

    Discover Artists That Are Starting Out

    Music that is yet to become mainstream has a definitive appeal of its own. The bands who create it stands as one of the true bastions of idealism within any genre, as their vision hasn't yet been contaminated by the pressures that the industry will impose upon them once they gain recognition and the desperate search for suitable follow-up singles begins. I don't remember who said it at this time, but the person who exclaimed that the artist who has no success is the most successful artist of all did really have a point to make. Well, this site will let you come across musicians that are on nobody's radar yet.

    http://www.killerstartups.com/Video-Music-Photo/uvumi-com-discover-artists-that-are-starting-out

  • Uvumi Is A Music Discovery For New Artists

    Uvumi Is A Music Discovery For New Artists

    We all love music discovery sites, especially ones that don't have the same old tired artists on there. Uvumi is a new site where groups can upload their music and all sorts of bells and whistles that can help them be found by new potential fans. With the ability to make electronic press kits and other cool tools it looks to be a great site to put your music on.

    http://musformation.com/2010/06/uvumi-is-a-music-discovery-for-new-artists.html

  • Uvumi helps you find new music

    Uvumi helps you find new music

    While superficially similar to sites like MySpace Music and an endless list of other sites that allow artists to post their music and connect with fans, Uvumi combines a social element between users. Not only can users listen to music from their favorite Uvumi artists, but they can compile shareable playlists; these playlists are viewable by others and are a strong suit of the site. By seeing what other fans of your favorite artist also like, you can find other artists you might like. On the artist side, the license you grant Uvumi is a limited license to promote your music while on the site. If you remove your music, it's deleted from their servers and their rights to use it are terminated. Sounds like a very artist-centric set up and from reviews, Uvumi also seems to have a great community.

    http://www.keyofgrey.com/2010/06/uvumi-helps-you-find-new-music/

  • Uvumi Highlights Awesome Music from Non-Mainstream Artists

    Uvumi Highlights Awesome Music from Non-Mainstream Artists

    If you've been disappointed to find the same old stuff on music sites when you're looking for something new you'll want to check out Uvumi. There you can listen to and often download new tunes from fresh bands. Uvumi is a music service focused on empowering musicians to share their work. They upload songs, entire albums, and photos and fans are able to browse and in most cases download the music. You can build playlists, browse other Uvumi users' playlists, or check out the charts to see what's popular among the indie offerings at Uvumi.

    http://lifehacker.com/5557135/uvumi-highlights-awesome-music-from-non+mainstream-artists

  • Discover Good Non-Mainstream Little Known Music With Uvumi

    Discover Good Non-Mainstream Little Known Music With Uvumi

    Have you ever fallen in love with a non-mainstream music band that no one has ever heard of? It feels great to discover some unrecognized talent before everyone is a fan just to be a fan. Well you can search Uvumi to find bands you would have never heard of from all types of genres. I have grown bored of my music and pretty much everyone else's music around me. So I went looking for a new way to listen to new non-mainstream music - at least new music to me. Some of these bands that I discovered on Uvumi have been around for quite some time.

    http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/discover-good-nonmainstream-music-uvumi/

  • Ten awesome ways to find new music online

    Ten awesome ways to find new music online

    You probably won't find much music you already know there; it's a community for budding artists, which lets them put their music online, be discovered and get direct feedback from their listeners. I've covered Uvumi in detail, but if I had to sum it up in brief, I'd have to say that what impressed me most about the site is how well-managed it is. Marshall (the guy behind the site) seems to be taking both the listeners and the artists really seriously, and there's a true sense of community once you get into it.

    http://www.downloadsquad.com/2010/05/30/discover-find-new-music/

  • Uvumi builds a community for musicians and fans - Interview + tour

    Uvumi builds a community for musicians and fans - Interview + tour

    I first heard about Uvumi as part of the backlash against TheSixtyOne's re-design (see comments), and I recently decided to check it out. One of the first things I noticed was Uvumi's active blog (updated once a week or so), and specifically, this blog post from Marshall, the head developer for Uvumi. It is a 537-word post in which he warns users against some impending downtime, and carefully explains why it's coming and what he's doing to minimize it. This really stood out for me. It is in stark contrast to the latest post on TheSixtyOne blog, which is a 113-word post that is almost two months old, and essentially mocks the users who did not like the redesign.

    http://d0wnl0ad3r.blogspot.com/2010/05/uvumi-builds-community-for-musicians.html

  • Baltimore Goes to Austin: SXSW

    Baltimore Goes to Austin: SXSW

    We love connecting with innovative people, which is why we were fortunate to have met Marshall Stokes and Michele Stokes of Uvumi.com. They've made it their mission to empower musicians by building a website that provides tools to help artists promote their work. Uvumi (a Swahili word meaning "rumbling noise") is a music discovery and promotion platform that has the potential to be a leader in online music promotion. If you love music the way we do, check out their site and create a profile. Uvumi.com has big plans for the future and is open to talking to investors who can help them roll out their initiatives. We predict that Uvumi.com will become a major player in the rapidly changing music industry.

    http://whatweekly.com/2010/03/24/baltimore-goes-to-austin-sxsw-2010/

  • Uvumi builds a community for musicians and fans - Interview + tour

    Uvumi builds a community for musicians and fans - Interview + tour

    I first heard about Uvumi as part of the backlash against TheSixtyOne's re-design, and I recently decided to check it out. One of the first things I noticed was Uvumi's active blog (updated once a week or so), and specifically, this blog post from Marshall, the head developer for Uvumi. It is a 537-word post in which he warns users against some impending downtime, and carefully explains why it's coming and what he's doing to minimize it. This really stood out for me. It is in stark contrast to the latest post on TheSixtyOne blog, which is a 113-word post that is almost two months old, and essentially mocks the users who did not like the redesign.

    http://www.downloadsquad.com/2010/03/31/uvumi-builds-a-community-for-musicians-and-fans-interview-to/

  • movementsixtyone.com interviews Uvumi’s founder Marshall Stokes

    movementsixtyone.com interviews Uvumi’s founder Marshall Stokes

    M61 has been wanting to learn a little about Uvumi's Marshall Stokes ever since former thesixtyone.com members began flooding Uvumi in late January. Stokes and his crack team of people have been hard at work, coping with the influx of traffic, but he found time out of his busy schedule to answer five questions posed to him.

    http://www.movementsixtyone.com/blog/?p=29

  • Paisley Sound: Review: Uvumi

    Paisley Sound: Review: Uvumi

    Artist and listener profiles are very functional; artist ones provide a bio, photos, songs, contact info, and more in a visually appealing way. There's a space for other users to leave comments on profiles, and the site gives artists the ability to create professional-looking press releases. Users can also start a blog on the site within seconds. To sign up, artists must first register as themselves, and then create an account for their band. This resulted in some confusion at first, but seems to work out quite well in the long run.

    http://www.paisleysound.com/2010/01/review-uvumicom.html

  • Uvumi Launches to the Public

    Uvumi Launches to the Public

    We've been tracking the progress of Austin-based Uvumi for a while. They showed an early glimpse of the product at Austin Tech Happy Hour a few months ago, then launched a beta shortly after that. Today they are officially launching to the public, and have proven themselves to be a great resource to both musicians and fans. The coolest thing about Uvumi is that fans can listen to streamed music from the bands they're interested in, while browsing information about the band at the same time.

    http://www.austinstartup.com/2009/11/public-launch-of-uvumi/

  • Q&A Wednesday :: Uvumi

    Q&A Wednesday :: Uvumi

    Uvumi is a website that provides tools to help artists promote their work. We built the site on a special ajax platform that we designed in-house, and it allows visitors to stream music from the website while they browse around without interrupting the audio. You can queue up as many songs as you want in our player, skip around between songs or within songs, and create and save playlists for later listening, all while you're browsing and reading artist profiles, leaving comments, checking messages, or whatever. While this feature is geared towards listeners and fans primarily, it also helps musicians who are looking to promote their work. For musicians, we offer a unique and logical band management feature that makes it easy to create multiple band profiles and invite bandmates to join, which is our attempt at creating a more accurate representation of real-world social networks among artists.

    http://www.austinstartup.com/2009/06/qa-wednesday-uvumi/

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