Tunipop was founded by Andy Young near Madison, Wisconsin and was originally envisioned as a way to recapture images from vinyl album covers as fine art prints and apparel. It was not until Young began to explore the intersection of fan merchandise and the burgeoning digital music space that the true nature of the opportunity become apparent. The question “Why can't I purchase an artist's merchandise along-side their tracks on digital music services?” remains a guiding principal.
The global opportunity to leverage non-recorded merchandise as a means to increase new revenues for the entire music supply chain is tremendous, but the challenges of rationalizing the existing merchandise market to coincide with evolving trends in digital music discovery are as broad as they are deep.
The Tunipop team is comprised on a group of talented individuals with decades of executive level experience in operations, marketing and technology development.
The company is headquartered in Boulder, CO and is privately funded.