Englewood, CO (PRWEB) December 18, 2008
Los Angeles artist Anji Bee, known for her smooth vocals and music podcasts, can now be heard whenever someone calls you on your iPhone. She is featured on the latest set of ringtones from MacMost.com, the Mac news, tutorial and iPhone content Web site.
MacMost began providing free iPhone ringtones earlier in 2008 as an alternative to pay-per-song downloads at the iTunes music store or illegal music downloads elsewhere. There are now 15 sets of ringtones in the MacMost collection. They feature everything from holiday sounds to short, original musical creations.
"We began creating ringtones to fill a need," said Gary Rosenzweig, the producer of MacMost.com. "There are plenty of ringtones out there that you can buy, but we thought it was ridiculous to pay more for a ringtone that you would pay for a full song."
The MacMost collection of more than 150 ringtones is available at the MacMost iPhone Ringtones (http://macmost.com/iphoneringtones/) section. You can also subscribe to it as a podcast at the iTunes Music Store for free.
"One of the ideas we had for the free ringtones was to use them to promote artists," said Rosenzweig. "We knew Anji Bee from her work as a podcaster and thought it would be perfect to begin with her."
The ringtone set features sections of Anji's work with various other artists, as well as her podcast theme and vocal recorded specifically for the ringtone set.
Anji hosts The Chillcast, a weekly podcast that presents a smooth mix of electronica, jazz, soul, and world music each week. She is also the vocalist and lyricist for Lovespirals, who have produced several full-length albums and have been featured internationally on network and cable television including: MTV, Vh1, ETV, The WB/CW Network, and The Oprah Winfrey Show.
You can find all of Anji Bee's projects at anjibee.com (http://anjibee.com).