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Music Album Made Entirely On Vine [Video]

Musician Aidan John Moffat (also known as L. Pierre) has released his latest offering via eight videos using the platform.

Emma Hutchings
Emma Hutchings on July 17, 2013.

Scottish musician Aidan John Moffat (also known as L. Pierre) has released a new album for free via eight Vine videos, using the platform’s endless looping to keep playing the short sound bites.

Described as “not an album in the strictest sense,” The Eternalist is meant to be listened to within the Vine app for best results as it is smoother and more precise. The eight (theoretically never-ending) loops with video was made in Vine and the “songs” are accompanied by relaxing visuals.

A Music Album Made Entirely On Vine [Video]

Mashable reports that the Vine album uses natural, ambient sounds from field recordings, soft instruments and other samples. The user is able to decide how long they want to spend listening to each piece of music.

You can listen to some of the songs below and search for “LPierreMusic” on Vine to hear the complete album:

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