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Arch Digest's New App; HGTV Seeks Aspiring Musicians

EVERYWHEREArchitectural Digest has launched a tablet edition. And before you go crying "PDF," editor in chief Margaret Russell interrupts: "we’ve redesigned our September content specifically for the iPad and other tablets. [...] The tablet edition also offers exclusive images, interactive floor plans, and special videos. Now readers can access the world of AD in print, online, and on the tablet—literally anywhere and at any time.” The app is free, as is the digital edition if you're a print subscriber. Anyone else can access the current issue for $5.99. Right this way. [CurbedWire Inbox]

EVERYWHERE—Music hopefuls, take heed: HGTV is on the hunt for a "new sound." The network has launched a talent search with Paste Magazine in hopes of finding "songs that you just can’t get out of your head—songs that will inspire viewers and build a stronger emotional connection to our brand.” The winner gets a bunch of stuff, including a gig at 2013 SXSW music festival and a feature on HGTV. More info over here. [CurbedWire Inbox]

LOS ANGELES—Actor Marcus Giamatti (Paul's brother) has put his Hollywood Hills house on the market for $999K. The Real Estalker describes the decor as a "nerve-wracking hodgepodge hot mess where English Country floral prints mix like oil and water with a dollop of Victoriana, a dose of Arts and Crafts, a smattering of 1980s contemporary (glass block), a soupçon of French bistro and a little bit of a whole lotta other things." [The Real Estalker]