Artist Thinks Small Aluminum Cubes Are the Future Of Music Distribution
Apr 30, 2012 12:50
Musician Nicolas Jaar's new approach to music distribution is this small minimalist aluminum cube. He believes that its got what it takes to go after iTunes or Amazon.
The box like machinery is called the Prism, and it comes pre-loaded with twelve tracks from the artist's new album: Don't Break My Love. Jaar feels that listening to music is a collaborative experience as it is creating it. You can order a copy of The Prism for just $40.
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