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The Icelandic singer unites in his album ' Biophilica' the music inspired by the nature with the own applications of ' smartphone'. Listening already his first single, ' Crystalline'. Where are music, the nature and the technology? Can intensify the chords of mathematical and rigorous a keyboard with one app? The singer islandese Bjrk responds to this question in his last album, Biophilica, a project multimedia where music, the applications for smartphone, Internet, the facilities of art and the concerts in direct are united. Although the disc will not leave to the market until the 20 September, the artist has facilitated some details of this: on the one hand, one is a song to the nature and explores " the universal infinite in constant expansion, from the Solar System to the structure molecular". On the other, it is a technological experiment that includes applications multimedia outposts.

As it shows, single of this work can already be listened first, Crystalline, that can be listened here. In addition, Bjrk already plans some concerts to interpret the new subjects in direct and in which it will especially count conceived and constructed instruments for it. Like, for example, an organ of tubes done to size and controlled digitally. Or a pendulum of a 30 feet that the gravity takes advantage of the Earth to create sonorous landlords. Bjrk already surprised touching the reactable, an instrument created in the PompeuFabra University of Barcelona that has arrived at the movable devices. Source of the news: Bjrk explores the possibilities of ' apps' in its new disc

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