Stephen Brett CEO - INMUSIK
Exhibit|June 2018

Stephen Brett CEO - INMUSIK

With blockchain creating a buzz all around, we have a string of platforms coming up with their unique ideas to catch up with this trend. Gayathri Menon gets candid with the CEO of the budding app Inmusik, Stephen Brett and gets him to share the struggle and experience of being the only flag bearer for music in the blockchain industry.

ex: What led you to venture into the field of music?

STEPHEN BRETT: I come from a family of musicians. The first time I was ever on stage was for a concert, basically when my mother was pregnant with me and she was performing with my dad. My entire family are filled with musicians, so I think it was just a natural thing to do. I started playing guitar from the age of 12 and was part of a band when I was 14 where I was also a drummer for a while. After failed attempts at being a musician, I ended up starting a recording studio. During the process of creating a business there, I was talking to literally hundreds of bands and artists, trying to help them succeed and advising them on how to get some exposure and present themselves in the digital world as we were moving from the days of CD to online streaming. And the other thing is that I come from Ireland and there, it is very different for a young musician to make a name for themselves and to get enough money. So it was always something in my mind that I wanted to help Irish artists to go international. That’s where Inmusik came from and that’s the principle on which we build everything on.

ex: What were the initial challenges that this venture had to face?

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