Okay. Everybody stay calm, the phone is okay. In product experiment orchestrated by our pals at 1One with agency Lg2, Michael was sent to his native Australia to purchase the phone then promptly dropped the damn thing into a pitcher of beer. Client, Revive a Phone, clearly believed in what they were selling, because 24 hours later, the phone was back up and running without a glitch. The music track is available at Apollo Music Store, amongst other great tunes by Michael himself.
Apollo Studios Toronto's new home Makers' Music : Episode 3 CANNES 2015: Retrospective Ideas For Fuel: Our Interview with Jonay Sosa Makers' Music : Episode 2 Maker's Music: Episode 1 Off the Record: RIVVER Off the Record: Milk & Bone This is what your face looks like after you experience VR with Patrick Watson A sonic artist advocates for the visual arts. Featured Collaborator: Felix & Paul Studios Martin Pelland (ex-The Dears) on the intersecting worlds of indie music and advertising. Happy Birthday nonsense is challenged by filmmakers (finally) Watch our very own Michael Mooney dump the world's first iPhone 6 into a pitcher of beer.