Summer In The City

Last week we headed to Summer In The City’s Creator Day. Being the UK’s biggest YouTube convention, it was a great chance to meet emerging talent from across the land.  

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Armed with a banner, laptop and a bucket full of Haribo we entered the world of vloggers and beauty gurus. While they may have been attracted to our stand by the gummy bears, they left with the knowledge that a new way to create music had arrived. “Where have you been all my life?” was a question we were asked more than once! And already some ace videos have appeared using music created on the site.

Apart from Jukedeck, there were a host of other fantastic businesses on show – all bent on helping YouTubers create amazing content. We packed up, excited for the future of video in the UK.

We’ve moved

Our excellent co-working space, TechHub, recently opened a new building right next to Moorgate tube station. And we couldn’t resist being one of its first inhabitants.

It comes complete with all the tech startup essentials – a roof, phenomenal community, and ping pong table – and we’re loving it so far.

If you ever fancy a coffee, or a play on our piano, get in touch!

(Re)Viewing the future

The number of gadgets and gizmos on offer has exploded in the past few years. From smartwatches to drones and even hoverboards, we forgive you if you can’t tell your GoPro from your Yi.

Luckily a community of fantastic tech reviewers has emerged on YouTube to assist. And they’re using Jukedeck to create the music for their reviews. Here are a few of our favourites.


Keen to take the ultimate #dronie this summer? Carlos Peguero (aka PremierReviewer) is here to help.


And if staying on the ground is more your thing, check out Larry Dickerson (aka Geekynerddad) and his wizened camera analysis.


Thinking of buying an iPhone? Watch Marcianophone – one of the world’s largest tech reviewers.


And if you’re more an Android person, the excellent Tomas Villegas is your man.

If you’re keen to join Carlos, Larry, Marcianophone and Tomas in taking Jukedeck for a spin, sign up for early access.