EatNoise gatecrashes the social media scene as a new music social network.  It's for active original bands and artists, their managers, live music venues and gluttonous fans of fiercely great music.   It's part old-school MySpace and part Facebook - with gigs published to the web and direct to punters like Bandsintown.  It's information rich, with all the visuals, music and media links a fan could need to hunt for and uncover new artists. 

Recently we've thrown in a music news for original independent bands and artists.  So if you're representing a band or artist and have an album release or a video clip to share with the world, let us know!    To publish your story on our site, you need to sign up to eatnoise, complete your band profile and upload any gigs.  Too damn easy!   

So all you need to do is sign-up as a band/artist, manager, venue operator or punter and create your profile page, with all the music and social media links you have.   It's all pretty intuitive, but if you have trouble then contact us and we'll help you out! 

Bands & Artists:  EatNoise is a one-stop shop for fans to find your social and music medial links, plus bandcamp and soundcloud tracks, youtube clips, and publicity or live images.   When you add an event, not only will punters see your listing, but will be able to listen to your selected tune.  

Managers:  If you're a manager, or a band member representing more than one band, you can manage your acts profile from your EatNoise page.

Fans:  You too can create your own page and follow & interact with your favourite artists or go on the hunt to find new artists residing and/or playing live near you.  Find artists through band/artist search, the gig guide, recommendations from your friends or the bands you are already following.  Interact with bands through your social media feed on your EatNoise page.

Venues:  Yep, you also can control your page.  It's possible that we've already created an account for your venue to help drive the gig guide, so just find your page and take control!   At the moment it's the bands/artists that add events to the gig guide but don't fret - your venue will always feature when the event is created.