Jamiroquai.com has today (Thursday) relaunched with a new look website. Part of the press release that has been issued to announce the launch is as follows:
The site takes a new approach to the music business in that it delivers not only a comprehensive destination for all things Jamiroquai but also facilitates sharing and syndication via widgets and social networks. Content includes songs, video, event details, merchandise and artist resources.
Fans will be able to interact with Jamiroquai, enabling them to place popular widgets and Jamiroquai content on their own social networking and / or blog pages easily. The website employs new technologies, including calendar software Spongecell that allows updates on where the band is and what they’re doing. The software catalogues the bands journey from its arrival on the scene in the early 1990s to the present day.
Jay Kay of Jamiroquai says, “The internet is shaping the future of music and I’m excited by the potential it offers artists. The new Jamiroquai.com site takes advantage of the internet’s growing ability to connect and share more intimately with our fans. They are now more involved building and sharing what they wish from the content on our site, even creating content themselves to share with us and each other."
Jamiroquai.com has existed since 1997, making it one of the world’s longest running official sites.
Head over to Jamiroquai.com to look at the new design. The news has been picked up by a number of sites such as The Inquirer, who had an alternative take on the news...