New Interactive Website Will Document the Creation of an Album Live

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A new Kickstarter project from musician j.viewz (Jonathan Dagan) and design agency Hello Monday--which has already reached its $60,000 goal--will document the live creation of an electronic album. The interactive website will also allow users to contribute as well as remix their own tracks and inspirations.

As Dagan explains, "Usually you finish a song, put it aside and wait for other ones to be completed before you release anything. It almost feels like you’re releasing old material. The concept behind this is to release songs in context--for example, if I make a summer song, I can release it that summer and not two years later."

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