Nahanaeli Schelling spends her days looking for reason in rhythm. In New York, the Swiss-born software developer is working on a project that blends her greatest interest with her strongest skill: music and research. Finetunes is a music discovery tool that will allow its users to look deeper into the music industry and discover the often-uncredited people working behind the scenes—the producers, mixers and studio musicians. Right now, Schelling is knee-deep in data input and currently in prototype, but she This story is from Kinfolk Issue Twenty-Four Buy Now Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 49 Beauty in the Beat How rhythm shapes our lives. Arts & Culture Issue 43 Last Night What did Planningtorock do with their evening? Arts & Culture Issue 28 On the Fly Though a summer bother, the humble fruit fly is science’s greatest muse. Arts & Culture Issue 24 Word: Desenrascanço Forget hygge: Uncertain times call for problem-solving the Portuguese way. Arts & Culture Design Issue 24 Isabel & Ruben Toledo To enter the loft of Isabel and Ruben Toledo is to ascend into a Borgesian sense of infinitude. Arts & Culture Issue 24 Total Recall Memory is selective, so why is minutiae so important?