We’re Zach and George — the creators of Rhythmm (https://getrhythmm.com).
We want to bring back the blog, a page that you can do whatever you want with. A place where you — either by yourself or with a few friends — can broadcast to an audience. With a few friends, it reads like a conversation.
A few months ago, we wanted to create a music blog together. We started to look at our options for creating a music blog, and realized that there weren’t any good ones. We didn’t want to create our own website, because people would have to remember to visit our domain and wouldn’t get notified when we posted. We looked at other music blogs on the internet, but it seemed like most of them were dying or have already died. We wanted a place where we could both share and bounce music off each other, and have our friends subscribe. And we couldn’t find an easy way to do this. We realized that this same issue arises not just in music, but in many other areas.
So we created Rhythmm — a place where you can create a Slack-like channel that people can subscribe to. Do whatever you want with it. Here are some ideas:
- daily tips on Ableton, Sketch or Python
- interviews with interesting people (you'll see a few examples of this below)
- music/art blogs
- movie of the day
We just launched a few weeks ago, but here are a few channels that we think you might like:
(Note: We’re mobile first, so while you can view these channels, you’ll get the full experience on our iOS/Android apps)
Hear a daily interview with a different YC Winter 2018 company and learn what they do: https://getrhythmm.com/channel/yc-company-daily/
Learn about a different Blockchain company every week: https://getrhythmm.com/channel/blockchat/
Get a Netflix streaming recommendation every day: https://getrhythmm.com/channel/watch-this-movie/
We’re super early, and we’re not going to pretend that we know exactly what our end goal is with this product. But we want to get it in people’s hands and see what they can come up with. Excited to hear what you guys think :)