When I was a kid, I played bmi tunes to my parents
Aussie music legend, bmi, has announced plans to bring its music to Australian schools.
“I just wanted to get it out there for kids,” bmi frontman and founder of The Black Keys Josh Homme said in a statement on the bmi Music Facebook page.
BMI has released a free digital music app called bmi-stream that lets users stream bmi tracks to friends or other bmi users via a dedicated app.
The app lets users listen to music by bmi artists and tracks.
It is the first time bmi has launched its own streaming service.
Its first major hit was a single by The Black Lips called The Sound of Thunder (2009).
The Black Lins also released a number of remixes of the song.
While the track has been widely embraced, bms was banned from many states and countries in the US.
Homme said he wanted to bring bmi to the wider world as well as bring it to schools.
“My kids are in the music industry, I want to be able to bring them out and share with them the joy of what bmi is,” he said.
Mr Homme is currently touring across the world.