Not sure how new this is, but I’ve not come across it before, hit band The Chemical Brothers are offering a mixed media iTunes Pass deal to fans in the US and Canada.
In conjunction with EMI Music’s Astralwerks Records the ground-breaking electronica makers, The Chemical Brothers are offering this iTunes Pass: What this means is fans of the band will get new and exclusive singles, video and other content. Continue reading →
In further extension of the music and iPhone paradigm, Tapulous today announced its Tap Tap Dance game is now available on the Apple App Store.
Tap Tap Dance goes beyond Tap Tap Revenge – the most downloaded free game through the App Store – delivering richer graphics, new lighting effects, more sophisticated game play features, and dance tracks from artists including The Chemical Brothers, Daft Punk, Digitalism, Moby and more.
Noise Trio is a free < !– google_ad_section_start –>iPhone synthesizer from the Noise.io Pro team, offering three instruments including rock guitar, arabic flute and Japanese bells. We can best express how interesting this is in the second video (after the jump) where you’ll see it played in Chemical Brothers’ style. < !– google_ad_section_end –>
“Click here to download your exclusive free download of ‘Hey Boy Hey Girl (Soulwax 2ManyDJ’s Remix)’ by The Chemical Brothers
DON’T FORGET YOUR MIDNIGHT MADNESS
Don’t forget to submit your ‘Midnight Madness’ clips to be part of the Google Earth video. Closing date for submissions has been extended to Friday 29th August. Get uploading now …….www.thechemicalbrothers.com ”
Oasis is offering a free track to fans who pre-order the band’s latest album, ‘Dig Out Your Soul’ through iTunes.
The track, ‘Falling Down’, is taken from the album which itself won’t ship until October 6. A Chemical Brothers remix of the same track is set to feature as the B-side to the first single to be taken from the album, which you can also watch/listen to after the jump.
The Chemical Brothers are asking fans to create footage for inclusion in the next video from the band.
Fans are being asked to upload a few seconds of self-generated footage to Google Earth.
“Make your own short clip (from 2 to 20 seconds) or photograph about your favourite Chemical Brothers track,” the band invite on their website. “Then upload your work here on to the Google Map (after the jump) and tag it to it’s exact global location. Continue reading →