MuzoVault: The musician's saviour
Share This Article:
The penniless musician who suffers for their art; it’s a cliché we all know and one Daniel Farley, creator of MuzoVault, knows better than most. A student from ACM in Guilford and BIMM in Brighton, session drummer Daniel found the world of music as cliquey and closed as the saying goes; it was who you knew. Fortunately for the rest of us, he saw this not as a reason to give up and become an accountant, so bored he'd have to doodle pictures of his own feet for fun, but as an opportunity -an opportunity to create MuzoVault. MuzoVault is not just, as some are saying, the musicians answer to Facebook. Designed for all musicians but with a special focus on bands, the website aims not to network but to get work. Not only will industry names be able to find new acts and bands able to find more gigs, there will be an added quirk. You may have heard of ReverbNation, a work-based site for musicians. On the surface it seems very similar. Daniel, however, has decided to take it to the next level; instead of simply uploading a profile onto the site and waiting for Will.I.Am and Simon Cowell to come begging at your door, Daniel is offering personalised service.
- Article continues below...
- More stories you may like...
- Album Review: Ra Ra Riot - Superbloom
- Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 20/08/19
- Fresher Sounds – The best new music – 13/08/19
 Session musicians will have a small fee to pay as they can ‘earn back their membership costs with one gig’.