"Daphne Kalfon’s song “I Love My Mac”, created entirely using Apple’s GarageBand, became more widely known to Mac circles after appearing on a MacAddict Magazine CD-ROM last year. The song then made its way to the iTunes Music Stores and into iPod playlists around the globe."
"Fans took Daphne up on her idea to translate the song - often referred to as the Mac anthem - into different languages. As a result, new language versions have been created, with a Japanese version called “Makku ga Sukinano”. The song boasts a fresh arrangement by Daphne and features vocals by artist Junko Okano of Japan. For the story behind the song plus a full preview, visit the official website at: www.ilovemymacthesong.com"
"After the release of “I Love My Mac”, fans asked Daphne if she would write another song relating to Apple products. Thus was born “I Love My iPod”, a 5+ minute song bursting with playfulness, rhythm and raw energy, both music and lyrics encapsulating the feeling that so many iPod owners have for their portable music devices. A full preview of the song is available at the official website: www.ilovemyipodthesong.com."
"In addition to these new songs, Daphne has also released two other new songs, “Sneeze in the Dark”, a skillful blend of pop and rock with a dash of reggae, as well as a song for the holiday season, titled “What a Holiday”. Full previews of both songs are available at: www.ilovemyipodthesong.com."