IT IS HERE. The Hype Machine iPhone app is on sale at the App Store right now.
We’ve created a seamless Hype Machine radio experience so you can tap on, kick back, and listen to a neverending stream of great music, complete with artwork and blog posts.
Read about all of the features at http://hypem.com/iphone, and, oh, you’ve waited long enough—try it!
Flavors.me is the easiest way to take control of your identity on the web, and one of its most notable features is the ability to display snippets of your public activity on many excellent web services.
The Hype Machine is now part of that list! Add us to your Services, and easily include your loved tracks, your listening history, and your favorite blogs in your digital self-portrait. Check it out:
Anthony’s favorite blogs
Dustin’s loved songs
Zoya’s listening history
With this integration, you are now one step closer to having a complete .you.
(photo by Matthew Ogle)
Seems like it’s taking us longer and longer to recover from Austin’s week of music and mayhem every year. We’re finally ready to share some beautiful photos and videos with you now, though!
Clock Opera opened our After-Hours showcase at the Purevolume House around midnight, and the party would keep going well into the early morning.
Jonquils brought their top brass:
and played a cover of The xx’s “Infinity”.
Jamie Woon‘s soulful crooning continued to set the after-hours mood.
(photo by Nina Mashurova)
And perhaps no one was more surprised than Mount Kimbie themselves when Shwayze jumped on stage with them for an impromptu collaboration! Check the last video here to see this real-time remix.
Thanks for coming and partying!