New music industry management tool Prysim has been unveiled today to connects artists and venues in one end-to-end system, TIO can exclusively reveal.

Founded by Maroochydore artist manager and former gigging musician Taran Croxton, Prysim hopes to reduce the amount of time it currently takes to book, organise and manage a gig.

How does it work?

Venues create a profile on the Prysim platform and fill in their gig opportunity calendar, linking in with their booking agent (if they use one).

The artist can then search for available gigs and apply by utilising their profile as an Electronic Press Kit by linking in social profiles, press pics, YouTube videos etc.

In a move that’s ideal for booking agents, Prysim allows for multiple artists or venues to be run from the same account.

prysim-mark-crotti desktop view
Prysim is available as an online web app (it’s also mobile friendly)

Taran Croxton said Prysim was born from his frustration with the booking sector

“Emails increased efficiency for a long time, but a popular venue or agent could get many emails a week that they need to sift through. All taking hours of manual work, clicking links, assessing and then offering and adjusting dates.

“My key passion and a major part of my reasoning behind Prysim is to see more regional gigs played by city bands and see regional bands have access to more city gigs and contacts.”