Soundhalo Launches In London

New Australian-made platform/app Soundhalo made its world premiere at two London shows July 26-27 by Thom Yorke’s Atoms For Peace.

Soundhalo allows fans to download songs at concerts minutes after to re-live the experience. With MP4 visuals and sound linked from the stage, it costs about $1.50 per song and about $15 for an entire concert to download.

It was devised by Baz Palmer, one-time guitarist with Australian rock band Hunters & Collectors, and digital media entrepreneur Liza Boston. London-based Palmer said, “The response has been remarkable.”