Being an indie band you thrive on the insider fans who support the work you do from
promoting your music to their friends, buying your albums and making sure they
check you out when you pop over for a gig in their city.
Now, thanks to advancements in technology and greater tools for people to organise into
tribes, Indie bands and artists are in a great place to have their art reach
out further and further. One of these new advancements has brought to the world
the iPad and the app known as Aweditorium – aural happiness. It’s a music
discovery app similar to Bingo HQ a discovery service for the bingo
Aweditorium is a magical app and helps you discover new indie artists like no other service
available today. All artists are presented in a grid format with just a photo
of the group or solo artist. You navigate through the grid by using your hand
as you fly through the grid discovering bands and artist you surely hadn’t
heard of before. It’s like navigating your own private music space – flying
left, right, up and down and once you click on an image of a band, the
magic unfolds before your eyes.
The music starts to play and it is here where aural happiness takes place. Once you make
that connection with the newly discovered artist, you get to learn about them
through key engaging elements. First, you get a high resolution photo of the
band or artist. Then you get clear facts about the musician as you are
listening to their song via pop up clouds that help you better understand the
Since we live in a social and connected world, Aweditorium helps you promote your new
discovered artist with friends on Facebook and Twitter. You also get to see
video interviews that are on Youtube about the musician and if you really love
what you’re hearing you can buy the song via iTunes as well as find more
available songs on the app by the musician.
It really is an awesome app and engaging experience for music lovers.
Bo Jeff Jones
Scary Cherry Manager