First Full Length Album Made Entirely On An iPhone

Brings New Meaning To Phoning It In      04/08/09

New York music duo Nuclear O' Reilly has released what they are calling the world's first iPhone album, Phoning It In.

The pair used the Beatmaker app by Intua Software to create the electronic music project. From writing to delivery, the only hardware used was the Apple iPhone.

According to Nuclear O' Reilly:

The freedom of this mobile studio app allowed us to create our newest music on the go: at friends' houses, parties, on the crosstown bus, and on the world famous A train, to name a few spots

The two add:

And no, we're not an Apple or Intua street team disguised as a music duo, we're a music duo disguised as male escorts for librarians.

Phoning It In is a free download from the Nuclear O' Reilly site.


James Lewin
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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
pk    Said...

but the music sucks!


04-Aug-09 10:49 PM

Tefal Doctor    Said...

As someone who's suffering from hair-loss myself, I'll be giving the iphone a wide berth, these guys are young, but follicley challenged, must be the phone.

05-Aug-09 07:30 AM

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