Austin Webster, a lifelong super fan of music, saw a flaw in the way digital art is consumed. Too often the producers, musicians and co-writers of classic songs are left out of the spotlight, creating a disconnect between audiences and the teams of people that make records. Austin created Deepr, a music listening tool called "Shazam on steroids," which delivers users detailed information on the teams behind their favorite records. Want to know who played bass on your favorite track? Or where a sample comes from? Deepr provides that insight and more. The Atlanta based company is poised to change the way we think about music discovery in the modern age, and hopefully return some well deserved recognition to the unsung heroes of popular music.