Sound of London aim to provide the very best platform for the Artists, Venues and Fans of the London music scene, where each user is able to showcase, manage and promote their own content whilst maintaining complete creative control with no interference from us.
We believe that every user is entitled to an equal opportunity to make a success of their creative career, which, combined with our desire to provide the best user experience possible for our users, mean we don’t serve intrusive adverts, or hide our websites’ features behind pay-walls.
We would much prefer to provide the Sound of London platform for free, with our community members who are able to lend a hand electing to do so, rather than attempt to charge a fee to use the site, which would result in those genuinely unable to afford it missing out on the chance to share their talent and vision with our community.
Patreon & Discord
So… today Sound of London have launched a Patreon page and a Discord server. Patreon is a website that helps fund creative businesses with the help of their community, and Discord is a text and voice based chat app available as a desktop application on PC’s and Laptops, as well as in the app store for iOS and Android mobile devices, so you’ll always be up-to-date when out and about!
For any users able to pledge $5 or more each month (Patreon is an American company, so deals in USD. This is adjusted to around £3/month.), you’ll be able to join the Sound of London staff (where we can personally thank you!) and the other community members that’re helping us keep the lights on in our various text and voice live chat rooms.
If this sounds like a bit of you, you can click the logos below to visit our Patreon page and join our Discord server:
Please ensure that your Patreon and Discord accounts are linked, so your account is automatically updated with correct permissions. You can do so by logging in to your Discord account here: https://www.patreon.com/settings/apps
Thanks for reading, and being a part of our community, patron or not!
Sound of London