I had an AMAZING weekend thanks to the Lumia and Mix Radio crews flying a bunch of fun folks out to Delaware to hit the Firefly 2014 music festival!
Four days of live music and fun. I had a blast hanging out with amazing people and making some new friends. Here’s my recap of the weekend!
I love OK GO. They produce some of the most inventive music videos in an age where the traditional music video has become passé.
Their latest outing is no exception, and the video they’ve cut for Writing’s on the Wall explores many of our favorite optical illusions. Doesn’t hurt that I also really like the song. Enjoy!
A handy little feature is being activated for premium Spotify subscribers on iOS and Android. You can now take your entire collection offline.
If you’re worried about streaming audio taking a chunk out of your precious data plan, but you don’t want to give up on the variety of audio in your playlists, the newest version of Spotify now has a setting to download the whole kit and kaboodle. You can pre-cache all that music over WiFi, and never again worry about data charges on your cell phone plan.
Of course, if you’re an avid music listener, you’ll want to make sure you have a couple gigabytes of space on your phone…
Grab it from your app store of choice.
It’s a simple update, but a helpful one.
If you manage your music collection online through Google Play Music, you now have a little more control over how you upload tracks to your cloud storage. You originally had to upload tracks through a program which lived on a desktop, but now Google has updated the service to allow for browser uploads.
It’s a handy little update for those moments you might want to manage your music collection while on the go. It’s also a great way to showcase Chrome apps, as the service ties into a new mini-player available through the Chrome browser.
Now I’m hoping they’ll build some of that functionality into the Play Music apps on phones and tablets.
More info on Google’s Play Music site.
Since 2004, V-Moda has been offering up high quality audio solutions with stylish design. The Crossfade M-100’s follow in this tradition, and come with the handy trick of modular cabling, making them one of the more flexible solutions on the market. Let’s take a look!
V-Moda Crossfade M-100, BoomPro, and CoilPro on Amazon.
Not a lot to this post. If you dig DE LA SOUL (and you don’t already own their entire catalog), they’re hooking you up today only!
Head over to www.WeAreDELASOUL.com and sign up for the mailing list. About an hour later you’ll have a link in your email to download the albums you want. It’s a fun way to spike some conversation in anticipation of their upcoming album You’re Welcome, which we’re still waiting on a release date.
I’m really liking this new crop of outdoor and ruggedized gear.
I enjoyed Outdoor Tech’s ADAPT bluetooth headphone adapter, and they were kind enough to send out a Turtle Shell 2.0 to run through our audio test.
I know I act like a little kid, but whenever something is water resistant in the slightest, it’s ten times more fun to review…
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This one’s short and sweet.
Do you use Spotify? Well now Spotify is removing time limit caps for free accounts across all devices. iOS, Android and through a browser, now all devices have the same access to unlimited music streaming. Super handy.
For those wanting to step up, their premium monthly plans will also remove ads and allow for offline storage, but those of you streaming in your cubicle are in for a treat.
More info at Spotify, or read the PR below:
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