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What if we deleted all buttons and made music through movements?

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2012 MLOVE Mobile x Music Phantom

Music industry learning from young start-ups. Technology and marketers learning from the music industry. ...read more

„Mobile music should use all features from mobile devices and that is the big difference to what recorded music used to be“ ...read more

Check out the insights of MLOVE Mobile x Music – the series will include speakers like GRAMMY’s, Spotify, Roskilde Festival and more. ...read more

Drop off your business card with your favorite song or artist written on the back of it. When you hear us playing your song at the event, come claim y ...read more

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