Chapters Defining Web3 music collectives as fluid activities, not fixed objects Values: Introducing headlessness Team-building and creation: Houses and alchemy Intellectual property: The Chaos Agreement Release: Gamification and the Chaos Festival Economics & value flow: Custom revenue models both during and after creation Conclusion: Finance as a creative ingredient Disclosures Premium Article Chains & rails: How Songcamp builds community-first music infrastructure By Bas Grasmayer and Cherie Hu June 6, 2022 This article is available only to paying Water & Music members. If you’re already a member, please sign into your account here. If not, you can read more about our membership benefits here, or sign up directly for a monthly or annual plan. Get smarter on music and tech Related Articles $STREAM Music DAO Deep Dives, Pt. 7: How Songcamp/Elektra is building a Web3-native artist collective February 14 2022 Songcamp is a community founded by independent artist Matthew Chaim, with the goal of building more financially sustainable, decentralized infrastructure for like-minded artists to share their creative output and develop projects together. These projects are organized into “camps,” and one of these camps, the interactive musical storytelling and worldbuilding project Elektra, has transformed into a DAO. $STREAM Behind the headlines: Analyzing Web3 onboarding strategies for music fans December 16 2021 Despite headlines about big sales and big possibilities for artists’ futures in Web3, a close examination of fan onboarding tactics suggest there will be numerous hurdles before this possibility becomes a reality. $STREAM Defining music NFT ownership, from the digital to the analog world December 14 2021 Music NFT headlines this year have focused on astronomical sales… but what is actually being sold?