Technology has always played a part in shaping every industry for a long time. It has brought us everything, from vinyl to cassettes to CDs to downloading to streaming platforms. Ian Mitchell Rowe, the owner of The Royal Interval, is one such talent from the music industry who has launched a unique cloud technology platform for the music industry.

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Ian Rowe has been part of the music industry since he was a 12-year-old. He started by self-promoting recording artists and building meaningful connections through Instagram DMs. Ian caught the attention of industry professionals and artists by releasing a Spotify playlist named Chill Vibes which contained songs of new and upcoming artists. He received direct calls from such artists to submit their songs and be a part of his playlist. He says, “No industry is an easy way in, but it is crucial and necessary to grow together, not compete or push others down.” 

Ian wanted to help build technology that could allow for transparency between record labels and the creative behind the tunes that inspire so many. He created and launched a cloud technology platform for the music industry, making it easier for artists and labels to manage their digital content. The Royal Interval is an online ergonomic cloud technology platform that will be bringing disruptive tools to the music industry for the first time. The music industry is somehow still lagging when it comes to adapting to newer technologies. This platform will allow managers, artists, and labels to organize their tracks more effectively. Providing a streamlined upload area for projects, the company boasts a user-friendly interface with a music submission platform that labels the artists’ work when they sign up. It will provide the artists with a holistic picture of their current projects and easy-to-use management tools for sharing and multi-user access. This platform will allow the artists to organize tracks and album art effortlessly.


Disruptive technology like the one by Ian Rowe has always existed and creative destruction has been continually changing and shaping the industry. The fast-paced environment of such innovations keeps the established artists on their toes or causes them to disappear into history.