Interactive artist Scott Snibbe discusses how album apps could bring back the 'falling in love' stage for music fans.

This article titled “Scott Snibbe talks Björk’s Biophilia, apps and interactive music” was written by Stuart Dredge, for on Friday 21st October 2011 10.09 UTC

Yeah, that Björk app again. The Biophilia project has been covered at length by The Guardian, but her app-album remains the subject of intense interest from musicians, record labels and app developers alike.

That was certainly the case at the Amsterdam Dance Event conference, where Björk’s collaborator on Biophilia, Scott Snibbe, gave a keynote speech setting it in the wider context of his two decades working on interactive music projects.

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