The Music NFT Show: Episode 5

In Episode 5, we discuss the latest in crypto news and technology. We chat about how a new blockchain is being used as a content distribution platform for musicians. Plus our deep dive into CryptoKitties goes on!

The “music nft” is a podcast that covers the latest news in the world of NFTs. The fifth episode talks about how to create your own custom NFT and what you can do with it. Read more in detail here: music nfts.

Welcome back to another episode of the Music NFT Show! We’re back with Episode 5 this week! This is our debut podcast program, produced in partnership with J.Thorn, a cutting-edge author, musician, and podcaster who has his finger on the pulse of all things cool in music and NFTs.

J.Thorn talks a range of NFT Music News and subjects with his brilliant daughter Q. The weekly artist spotlight is hosted by Q, who shows you what’s hot and happening in the world of music NFTs.

So put on your headphones and listen in for some spectacular beats and discussions on the newest Web3 music news! Take a look at the summary notes for Episode 4 below, then give it a listen!


NFT Music News

NFT 100 is a music label. Meet the most popular web3 artists, organized by genre. Visual depiction of contemporary web3 artists by Cooper Turley.

The Sex Pistols Celebrate the Platinum Jubilee in True Anarchic Style – “The Sex Pistols, the quintessential troublemakers, will once again turn their contempt at the Queen of the Commonwealth.” This time, a commemorative ‘God Save the Queen’ NFT coin and physical counterpart will be released to commemorate her platinum jubilee.”

What Do You Call a 77-Person Web3 Band Without a Leader? – “Of course, you call it Chaos.” Camp Chaos is a name given to a group of people SongCamp (SC), a community Web3 laboratory investigating at the intersection of music and blockchain technology, has just released its newest initiative. SC gathered together 77 people from all around the globe for Camp Chaos, which is essentially a music NFT hackathon. Chaos’ ambition is to compose 45 tracks that will be distributed as part of an NFT collection with over 20,000 unique tokens.”

Defeating FUD

Turn it off! authored by Arthur Hayes

Run, Hibiki! has reached a milestone of 3,000 unique collectors.

Music Chart of the NFT

Top of the Blocks data for this week

  • 402nd Moonshot (weekly vol 4.67 ETH)
  • 408th Moonshot (weekly vol 4.34 ETH)
  • #205 Moonshot (weekly vol 3.72 ETH)

Q is the subject of this week’s Artist Spotlight.

Everybody’s Crazy by Josh Lippi & The Overtimers

Thank you for tuning in to the NFT Music Show. Please visit to get your free VIP backstage access to our unique community!

Do you have any news? By tweeting @JThorn_ or using the hashtag #musicnftshow, you may submit news pieces or nominate musicians for the Artist Spotlight.

G3ARZ composed the music.

[Please note that some of the links are affiliate links, which means that if you purchase anything via the link, our gracious host JThorn receives a tiny commission. He utilizes everything he advises and only recommends those he trusts. If you don’t want to utilize his links, you can always Google them. LFG!]


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