Fame House client Nugs.net recently launched a subscription streaming app for their popular livedownloads.com music store. This is the first app of its kind for the jam-band community, allowing subscribers to listen to over 10,000 live shows from the scene’s biggest artists.
Currently the app contains over 250,000 jams from 15 different artists, with new live shows added soon after the encore. The app features high-quality audio streaming and the ability to write fan reviews on every show.
Non-subscribers will still be able to listen to a selection of 3 new featured shows every week and a stream of the nugs.net radio service. The service costs $12.99 per month or $129.99 per year and is available on iOS and Android. Users can also sign up for a seven-day free trial.
Try the app today.
Fame House clients ODESZA launched a brand new mobile app this week, available for iOS and Android. Within the app, fans can access all of ODESZA’s music, exclusive videos and photos, live streams from the road, merch and ticket pre-sale offers, and the ability to add friends and chat with other fans.
The app was released on Wednesday, just in time for ODESZA’s back-to-back sold out shows at Philly’s Union Transfer. The FH crew got to test out the live stream functionality while at the show and watched as hundreds of fans lit up the chat with comments about how amazing the app was.
Eminem and Shady Records have partnered with Music Powered Games to announce Shady Wars, a new kind of music game that combines arcade and rhythm gameplay with lyrics from Eminem and other Shady Records artists.
The free game includes eight songs, with six battles for each song. As you win battles, you will earn coins, which can be used to unlock the next song, much-needed power-ups, and other Shady characters.
Get the game here.