To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the French record label Ed Banger, Heineken launched a very nice mini website : edbangerroom.com
Have you ever thought stock images and stock video are the work of the devil, bringing down all that can be good and creative? Then have a look at this most awesome music video by Darwin Deez “You can’t be my girl”. Lean back and enjoy the sweet revenge. Read more…
Google Music has just launched, but unfortunately only into the cloud above US territory. The service can host up to 20,000 of your songs for free and – similar to other music stores like iTunes – lets you discover and purchase new tracks. This snazzy micro site explains Google Music’s features. Read more…
Food and wine pairings are so last year. If you really want to impress that special someone, you’ll pour them a drink that matches flawlessly with the tunes playing on your stereo. Type any artist name into Drinkify and it’ll provide a custom cocktail recipe.
An animated music video created from 288,000 jelly beans and 2,460 still frames has over 1.5 million views in just a few days. The video, starring Kina Grannis, features her song ‘In Your Arms.’ The video was created with stop-motion technology and a truck load of jelly beans donated by Jelly Belly. Read more…
Once again Björk offers a great unique experience.
For the release of her new album Biophilia, the full biophilia app suite is also out now for ipad, iphone and ipod touch.
Snickers in Australia are opening their global creative “You’re not you when you’re hungry” and applying it to music. Electro act Miami Horror and hip hop artist Phrase are challenged to cover a song from a completely different genre, and thereby be seen in a completely different light.
Every vote will raise a dollar for Heaps Decent – a not-for-profit initiative dedicated to finding and nurturing the creativity of underprivileged and Indigenous young people. The first 500 newsletter-signups get the songs for free, all other proceeds again go to Heaps Decent.
On July 13, Converse Inc. officially announced the opening of its Brooklyn recording studio, Converse Rubber Tracks, which offers artists an opportunity to sign up and record music for free.
There’s a lot of buzz today around the Editors smart use of Google Street Views to promote their new album In This Light And On This Evening. The whole thing is pretty simple: on their official website you can explore the streets of London that inspired their songs and consequently preview the tracks.
While browsing around visitors can also experience a series of beautiful stills by James Royall. These photos are usually not available on Google Street View and provide Editor’s fan with unique access to the band around London at night. I very much like the idea of integrating real and virtual life. But to be honest, my feeling about this execution is “smart, cool, well done” but not “wow” in the sense that this kind of wise approach to digital tools should be the norm (and maybe it’s beginning to be the norm) and not the “wow” exception. What do you think? via Creative Review
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