We know Dubset for its work on a platform for clearing music tracks to be used in mash-ups and DJ mixes. Now it’s launching a feature to help DJs find the raw material for those mixes. It’s called ‘MixCrate’.
The idea is to curate – or get well-known labels to curate – themed collections of tracks that are available to be used in Dubset-distributed content.
The first to sign up is Deadmau5’s label mau5trap, whose MixCrate includes tracks from artists including Feed Me, Rezz, i_o, No Mana, Attlas and Tinlicker. The partnership also extends to a series of mix sets from mau5trap, which are being released on Apple Music.
“Labels have a strong interest in a deeper relationship with content creators. They want them to understand the parts of their catalog that they love and value,” is how Dubset CEO Stephen White pitched the new feature. “We’re here to facilitate that intersection and bring these parties together in a way that yields great results for both.”