Gwilym Gold's debut LP Tender Metal has been released in a brand new format which he has developed.
He created the Bronze system over the past two years, with producer Lexxx and Goldsmiths College scientists.
"We felt it makes the music more engaging, similar to a live performance," Gold told BBC News.
"Every time it's played, it's renewing itself."
The former frontman of Golden Silvers added: "As a writer, you can listen to the songs a lot more often without them becoming stagnant. That's very much the hope for the listener as well."
Gold explained that the new system can provide "infinite" listens, which evolve and mutate slowly with each play over time.
"You could listen to it billions of times and it wouldn't be the same," Gold said.
The Bronze app is currently available only for Apple products including the iPhone and iPad, but there are plans to release a "definitive" version of the album as a CD and download.
The artist said that he hoped other artists may utilise the app in the future, stating: "We're talking to people at the moment about putting more music out later on in the year."
Bjork released her latest album Biophilia through a number of iPad apps in 2011.