When the last Dismemberment Plan album came out in 2001, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and smartphones didn’t exist. But technology isn’t the only thing that’s changed; over the course of those same 12 years, band frontman Travis Morrison joined a church choir, worked in ad ops at the Washington Post and the Huffington Post, moved from Washington, D.C. to New York and got married.
Yet this year, as the cult-favorite D.C. band is finally reuniting for a new album, Morrison is also launching a tech startup. Right now, his service Shoutabl is a simple way for musicians to set up a website, but it aspires to become the social network for DIY music scenes.
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