Musicjelly is an interactive music video platform that enables you discover the sources of sounds and choose your own musical adventure.
Over several years we have filmed audio-visual loops in a wide variety of locations, from festivals to music schools, people’s rooms and homes, arts centres, fields and gardens.
The collection has become a multi-cultural city with its musical side streets, backwaters, main streets and alleys, representing a community of musicians, dancers, vocalists and beatboxers.
Read more about us here
With Musicjelly you can
Create your own mix from our large collection of audio-visual recordings
Join our community of musicians and contribute your own recordings
RECORD A CLIP
Come visit Musicjelly at one of our amazing immersive installations.
|InTRANSIT festival||25th-27th July 2014||The last three weeks we’ve been filming musicians, vocalists, dancers and spoken word artists who live or play in Kensington & Chelsea borough. They are being showcased now in our player online|
|Reverb festival||21st-24th August 2014||Installation at Roundhouse|
|Music Tech Fest||5th-7th September 2014||Demo & Talk|
What you see today is just the beginning. Musicjelly is an evolving platform and there are lots of new features that we would like to add. These will help make Musicjelly the amazing community focussed tool we know it can be.
We are a small startup and we rely on the generosity of the contributors and organisations that have supported us so far.
If you’d like to support Musicjelly. There are three ways you can do this:
- Tell a friend – and share the word on Facebook or Twitter.
- Record a loop for us using our online recorder.
- via Paypal – this will help fund development of the platform
Musicjelly is proud to be associated with:
a good platform for bands to showcase their material
explores the relationship between the musician and the listener and who really creates meaning
releasing this EP as an interactive (rather addictive) app is genius!
a tantalising and wonderful glimpse of the possible shape of things to come.
It’s really a very original way to put an emphasis on live recording.
This is such an interesting and innovative way of releasing music