The Culture Collide headquarters welcomed laid-back, psychedelic pop artist Avid Dancer for the latest PAX #RethinkMusic Los Angeles Sessions.
Frontman Jacob Summers, in rare solo form, filled their LA office with the sweet sounds of “Stop Playing With My Heart."
Check it out above, and get a behind-the-scenes look at the music video shoot here.
But as Ploom Co-founder and CEO James Monsees explains in his latest article featured on UX Magazine, creating such intuitive products is much easier said than done.
Read the full article on UX Magazine here.
Watch it here on Ploom.com, and while you're at it, check out a Pax. Enjoy!
Thanks to everybody who came out! Check out all of the great people, music, plooming and more in the recap video
This stripped-down version of "Flowers in My Teeth" is one of our favorites - watch it now
Ploom hosted legions of fans at the brand-new Container Bar on Rainey Street for SXSW. Joining us for interviews were some of our favorite bands. Watch below to find out how Weekend Money, Skaters, Seafood Sam, Huey Briss, and People Under the Stairs #RethinkMusic!
Ploom hosted SF's favorite bands as they made their way through the city for the annual Noise Pop festival. Ploom sat down with some of our favorite bands, including A Million Billion Dying Suns, The Tambo Rays, Vetiver and Social Studies to chat about late-night snacks, crazy tour stories, and Barbara Streisand. Take a look! Special thanks to our friends at Filter Magazine for filming.
Ploom heated up Toronto with King of the Dot for their Blackout4 hip-hop battle championships in the heart of Ontario. For two nights 30 of the best battle rappers from around the world went head to head, ending with a final, much-anticipated match between Pat Stay and Dizaster. In the end, Pat Stay walked away with the a Pax, a KOTD gold chain and the Blackout 4 title. Check out video below of some Pax highlights, including an interview with battle rap legends Lush One and The Saurus.
We were stoked to hang out with William, Danny and Erik of together PANGEA on their front steps to #RethinkMusic with FILTER magazine. They ploomed a few pods, Erik gave birth, and Danny told us what he really thinks about Pax. Check out the video below, including a performance of their song "Does He Really Care?" off their new album, Badillac.
Ploom joined LA's alternative rock station 98.7 for an evening of great music with the ladies of hot indie band Haim. The private VIP performance took place in the iconic Hollywood Tower, with lucky guests enjoying food, wine and of course some Plooming on the scenic patio. All were entertained by Haim's unique sound as well as some hilarious banter between the girls. Check out the new album by Haim, Days Are Gone, on iTunes now!