Originally conceived as a replacement for the lighter held aloft at concerts for decades, inConcertApp coordinates a colorful animated designs on people’s screens for each song so that when they hold them aloft, they can literally change the color of a venue. That’s pretty neat already, but inConcertApp also packs a helpful feature that tells you which song is currently playing and lets you buy it on iTunes if it floats your boat.
YouNow.com presented last week at TechCrunch Disrupt and received a warm welcome though I have to wonder if the deluge of startup conferences that week undermined the amount of publicity they received.
Remettre le corps au centre de l’émotion. Voilà ni plus ni moins ce que proposait Amon Tobin lors de sa performance au Bataclan. Dans la lignée de son dernier album, le Brésilien voulait parler directement à nos sens, laissant nos émotions de côté
Music fans have a new option for discovering and enjoying new independent music: Bamm.tv, which films touring bands in San Francisco in high definition, records their sound at a high quality, and posts the resulting videos online. The site is currently in beta, with plenty of videos currently available for free, but Bamm.tv plans to charge $20 annual subscriptions or individuals for $1, splitting revenue equally with the artists, after it launches officially in the spring with full-length concerts.