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DISCOSALT Now Available on the Apple App Store
NEW YORK, NY, September 7, 2011: DISCOSALT, LLC, a production company specializing in the promotion of independent music, film and art through various mediums, announced it has added DISCOSALT app to the Apple App Store.
“Discosalt is the best source for indie music, film and art news on the iPad right now. We are able to give our readers direct access to the most current and legit music art and film news and stories without corporate oversite; all without killing any pretty trees,” said Sean T. Ellis and Joseph Vele, cofounders."
With DISCOSALT, users can simulate the print magazine experience while extending beyond the traditional publication model by interacting with media content. A simple tap on certain pages connects you to video and music content, as well as relevant websites.
About DISCOSALT, LLC: New York based DISCOSALT, LLC is a privately held production company specializing in the promotion of independent music, film and art through various mediums. Armed with a creative team of dedicated talent, DISCOSALT,LLC works to bring together indie culture and technology to reach target audiences through unique and appealing projects, websites, films and iPad applications. DISCOSALT, LLC delivers unique coverage of the independent music, film and art scene through the use of innovative technology.
For more information visit http://www.discosalt.com
DISCOSALT images can be found at: http://discosalt.com/
DISCOSALT is available for review at http://itunes.apple.com/
Contact Info:: Joseph Vele, Discsoalt, LLC firstname.lastname@example.org Sean T. Ellis, Discosalt, LLC
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discosalt.com is a New York-based web magazine with a unique spin on indie music, film and art. It’s the indie junkie’s fix for the latest buzz on independent music, film, and emerging artists.
discosalt artist collective was founded in 2008 in an effort to foster a genuine, cohesive and sustainable community of artists in downtown New York. In the spirit of DIY punk labels of the 80s, we are focused on providing a forum for indigenous, participatory graphic artists, photographers and designers to share, create, promote and sell their art.
Sean T. Ellis and Joseph Vele