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Biophilia: Bjork Releasing The First App-Based Album

Your humble narrator is being dragged kicking and screaming into a future of iPhones and whatnot, both by being married to a loyal Apple convert and the innovations of the music industry. Though Rocks Off still tracks down local acts and releases the old-fashioned way - online concert listings and Facebook pages - more and more our knowledge of great new national music comes from suggestions sent to the Wife With One F's iTunes account.

Said formula noticed, for instance, a library full of Bjork albums, and asked if she would be interested in a multi-media musical experience designed to mesh perfectly with her new album, Biophilia, due out this September.

"Doesn't your boss like tech stuff like this?" she asked

"I do like tech stuff like that!" he told us a short time later via email. "Get your keister on it right now or clean out your desk!" [Ed. Note: This is somewhat... exaggerated.]

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Jef Rouner is a contributing writer who covers politics, pop culture, social justice, video games, and online behavior. He is often a professional annoyance to the ignorant and hurtful.
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