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    Rock Band ‘Atomic Tom’ Uses iPhone Apps to Jam

    New York City rock band “Atomic Tom” had their instruments stolen, and decided to recreate a jam session on a subway using their iPhone and their associated music apps. Below is a video of them performing their single “Take me Out” on a New York City subway train.

    All of them are using iPhones, with a bunch of apps simulating a piano, drums and guitar, and piped into a portable speaker system.

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