Co-inventor of Siri’s brainchild, LifeScore, blends the genius of AI with human artistry, releasing a unique album every week this October under the new label, Kaleidoscope.
Ever dreamed of music that evolves? That takes a melody you love and surprises you with a new twist? Well, that dream is painting itself into reality as LifeScore, a brainchild of Tom Gruber (yes, the guy who co-invented Siri), unfurled its new music label, Kaleidoscope, on October 6th. And here’s the cherry on top – they’ve got Warner cheering from the sidelines.
Lifescore ups their game with AI.
LifeScore isn’t a newbie on the block. Since its first cry in 2019, it’s been playing around with notes, rhythms, and a whole lot of artificial intelligence (AI). In simple words, it’s like giving a musician a magic wand that adds a sprinkle of sparkle to the tunes they create.
Now, with Kaleidoscope, they’re not just playing around. They’re dreaming big. Imagine your favorite musician creates a beautiful song. Now, Kaleidoscope takes that song, waves its AI magic wand, and suddenly, the song has a new vibe. It’s the same tune, but with a fresh coat of colors you’ve never heard before.
One album, every week in October.
And here’s where it gets exciting. This October, every week will rain a new album under this label. The first drops are like a warm hug for your soul, crafted for those moments when you just want to unwind. Picture stretching out with a yoga routine to the calming “Riverside Flow”, or taking a mental stroll on a serene beach with “Castles In The Sand”.
But the magic doesn’t end with October. They’ve got plans. Plans to team up with big names in the music biz, to take their tunes, add a little of that Kaleidoscope magic, and serve us all a fresh audio feast. It’s about taking the music we already love and adding a sprinkle of tomorrow to it.
Kaleidoscope isn’t just a new label. It’s a new way of experiencing music. It’s about blending the heart of a musician with a dash of AI wonder, creating something that feels both familiar and excitingly new. And as each Friday of October promises a fresh album, the music landscape is all set for a kaleidoscopic adventure.