LOST music app lets you read about music, make playlists, and buy tickets to gigs. Genius?

12.07.16

New music app LOST allows fans to jump between different music experiences all in one place – whether it’s reading about new music online, adding music to playlists, or buying tickets to upcoming gigs.  

Backed by 21 of the UK's top music platforms including FACTNoisey and Thump UK, i-DThe 405, Complex UKHyponik, us here at Dummy, and many more – users can be the first to listen to music that its bevy of curators are featuring via daily updated playlists, which align every track to the artist's catalogue in Spotify and Apple Music.

Playlists across SoundCloud, YouTube, Apple, and Spotify can also be imported into the LOST collection, giving music fans the ability to playlist everything they discover no matter where it’s from, with the added bonus of referencing back to the official curators’ editorial to find out more about new music.

For live music fans, LOST has partnered with leading independent artist-ticketing and live music discovery platform Songkick, to make it easier to find tour dates and buy tickets directly within the app.

Crispin Futrille, founder of LOST, said:

“Working together with our curators to bring their discerning voices to a new audience in LOST, is truly exciting. We want to put the music they're talking about right at the heart of our users’ music collections.”

Download LOST on the Apple store now (info).