Now you can get Steve and all of his DJ friends to play music for you while you’re in the shower, doing your homework, at work, looking good at the gym, or throwing the HOUSE PARTY OF THE CENTURY! PARTAY ALLLLL NIIIIIGHT LOOOOONG! Get the Spotify app now!
2012 has been a big year for Steve Aoki. Having begun the year with his solo album “Wonderland,” Aoki has spent the majority of 2012 on the road, performing at the most notable nightclubs and music festivals around the world, including Tomorrowland, Ultra Music Festival and Electric Daisy Carnival.
Now at the close of the year the rock ‘n’ roll star of the electronic world, Dim Mak label boss Steve Aoki, is pleased to announce the release of his first official app, #AOKIFY. Released today, October 18th, this free app is available now on iPhone and iPad devices (Android coming soon).
Download #AOKIFY here: http://bit.ly/AOKIFY
#AOKIFY marks Steve Aoki’s debut into the world of app design and creation. The app displays an easy-to-use interface where users can upload their own photos and “#AOKIFY” themselves by adding the cartoon-like stickers that Steve Aoki and Dim Mak have become known worldwide for.
Facebook on Thursday began rolling out a new feature aimed at ramping up the social experience of listening to music online.
The feature, called “Listen With Friends”—lets users listen along with any friend that playing music.
“You can listen to the same song, at the exact same time—so when your favorite vocal part comes in you can experience it together, just like when you’re jamming out at a performance or dance club,” Alexandre Roche, product designer at Facebook, wrote in a blog post Thursday.
When a Facebook user is listening to a song, a music note will appear next to their name in the chat sidebar and the real-time news ticker. To listen in, users can simply hover over that friend’s name, then click the “Listen With” button.
Both Spotify and Rdio are (currently) the only two digital music service providers to support this new branch of Facebook-encorporated social media. However a recent report from ZDnet has confirmed that more will soon follow, making music-discovery a more ‘friendly’ experience.
To find out more on ‘Listen With Friends’, visit PCMag.com here.
Recently reunited German electro-punk spazzes Atari Teenage Riot are still causing controversy. ATR’s iPhone app has been delayed by the German iTunes store due to a dispute over its content. The free app is set to feature every ATR album, song, and video, as well as photos, news updates, and more. But it also included something called “Riotsounds Produce Riots”, an audio player that features sounds that ATR used at a May Day protest in 1999, at which the band members were arrested. …read full story here.