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Martin DeWulf of Bound for Sound Magazine Has Passed Away

Yet more sad news: I've received the belated word today that Marty DeWulf, editor and publisher of Bound for Sound, another well-known high-end audio journal from the late 1980s until the early 2000s, passed away at the relatively young age of 65 on March 22, 2020. Marty's health had apparently not been good for a... Read More »

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Delsin Records revive Dutch Techno History with Eevo Lute Muzique reissue

Artist: Florence / Wladimir M
Title: Analogue Expressions / Leaves Fallin’ Recklessly
Label: Delsin Records
Cat No: dsr-eevo001 / dsr-eevo002
Released: 24th April
Genre: Techno / IDM

Amsterdam label, Delsin Records really has developed a flair for reissuing and repressing lots gems. This time they turn their attention to one of the most important and unsung labels in the story of Dutch techno, Eevo Lute Muzique.

Eevo Lute Muzique was established in 1991 by Wladimir Manshanden and Stefan Robbers, (who was already releasing tracks as Terrace and as one-half of Acid Junkies for Djax-Up-Beats). Their early releases were heavily influenced by Detroit techno, even naming their first release “U.S Heritage”, while fusing those influences with their own love for the Euro Synth Pop and 80’s New Wave sounds they’d grown up with.

This release offers 2 albums of 22 complied tracks spanned across a 5-disc set. The first album, Analogue Expressions is a compilation of music by Stefan Robbers under his moniker, Florence. All 11 tracks across these 3 discs offer a divine kaleidoscope of different electronic flavours and styles, while still managing to maintain a consistent level of emotion and innovation. From the opener Exploration; a panicked, bass-heavy, electro driven pep-talk to the closer, Revival; a subtle, emotive stomper, each and every track is quite unique. Despite these tracks being over 25 years old (mostly recorded between 1991 and 1994), the majority still sound as fresh and as forward-thinking today as they did then.

Part 2 of the Delsin x Eevo Lute Musique retrospective is a collection of tracks by Eevo Lute co-founder, Wladimir M, entitled Leaves Fallin’ Recklessly. It kicks off the same way as his 1994 LP, Life is a Short Story, with short spoken word, Autumn Leaves I, followed by the epic Planet E (originally released on the Detroit label of the same name in 1991). Generally though, Leaves Falling Recklessly lacks the same colour and diversity as Analogue Expressions. The highlight here is Wladimir’s track, Evil. Abrasive percussion rumbling below, virtuous synth hovering above, and with Wladimir’s apocalyptic poetry in-between. So good! Canned by everyone, from Dave Clarke to DVS1 over the years, the original is still a highly sort after record.

Most of the early Eevo Lute singles have been well sort after, with record hounds paying up to and even over 100 euros for some discs.
The first five releases have become highly coveted, not just because of the timeless music they contain, but also because the pressing stampers were accidentally destroyed meaning they were never repressed.

Once again Delsin has come through in bringing some unsung heroes of electronic music to the foreground, particularly the highlighting one of the many monikers of the much underrated, Stefan Robbers. Three thumbs!

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Kappa Futur Festival 2020 postponed

Italy’s Kappa Futur Festival have released the following statement…

“Kappa Futur Family,

During the last 7 weeks of social distancing we worked tirelessly and tried to imagine different scenarios in order to hold another extraordinary edition of Kappa FuturFestival on 4-5 July, as initially scheduled.

However the truth is that the situation is still very serious and there’s total uncertainty as to when our industry will bounce back.

We have to put the health and safety of our whole community first ,which is why we have no other option than to postpone the 2020 edition to 3-4 July 2021.

Tickets for KFF2020 will remain valid for the new dates or, upon choosing, for 2022 edition. All ticket holders will be contacted in the coming days at the email address used during purchase with all details (please check your SPAM and Promotions folders as well).

This does not mean we won’t be able to come together before that. We are in fact working on a new episode of Futur Beats, that will allow us to celebrate our 9th edition with you. We’ll keep you posted on this in the near future.

We are truly saddened by this decision we were forced to make and are aware of the inconvenience that this causes you, but we are also grateful for your support, which is vital to keep our community and Festival alive.

Our customer service remains at your disposal for any doubts or questions at [email protected]

Keep strong and stay safe!
KFF Team”

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People: Hires and Promotions in the Audio Industry for May 2020

Trisha Matulewicz
Trisha Matulewicz

Group One Ltd.

Group One Ltd., the Long Island, NY-based U.S. distributor for Avolites, Calrec, DiGiCo, KLANG, Solid State Logic and several other professional audio and lighting manufacturers, has promoted Trisha Matulewicz to the newly created position of chief financial officer. Matulewicz’s previous role was financial controller, a position she had held since joining the company nearly two years ago. Before coming to Group One, she served as the vice president of finance at NYC-based Medical Knowledge Group, a professional services organization specializing in medical communications, healthcare consulting and data analytics. Prior to that, Matulewicz spent time in public accounting, where she managed audits of hedge funds, broker dealers and 401(k) plans. Matulewicz holds an MBA from Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business, as well as an undergraduate degree in accounting and marketing from Pace University in New York City.

Amy Luley
Amy Luley

Meyer Sound

Meyer Sound has promoted two managers to key high-level management positions: Amy Luley has been named director of U.S. sales operations and Mary Molnar has been appointed technical services manager, Americas. Both will report to senior vice president of sales and marketing John McMahon.

In her new position, Luley assumes direct responsibility for managing Meyer Sound’s team of 15 sales managers and sales engineers throughout the United States. Account management, dealer contracts and dealer relationships will be under her direction. Since joining Meyer Sound in 2014, Luley has served as Salesforce.com administrator, sales operations manager, and sales and business development project manager.

Mary Molnar
Mary Molnar

Meanwhile, Molnar assumes overall responsibility of Meyer Sound’s newly integrated design services and technical support teams throughout the Western Hemisphere. Molnar joined Meyer Sound in 2018 as strategic projects manager. For the 25 years prior to that, she held key management and sales positions at San Francisco rental partner McCune AVL, overseeing company logistics and managing major projects.

 

Anne Philipp
Anne Philipp

DHD Audio

DHD Audio, a manufacturer of professional mixers and audio devices, has promoted Anne Philipp to general manager. She reports to managing directors Joerg M. Deubner and Sven Hoffmann. Graduating in 2006 with a business administration degree from the University of Leipzig, Philipp joined DHD in January 2007 as an executive assistant responsible for materials procurement and accounting. She later also took on production planning duties. She left the company to work on public tender preparation for a municipal organization in 2010 but returned to DHD in 2016, resuming her former roles within the company and adding supervision of DHD’s human resources department.

Lin Buck
Lin Buck

MSE Audio

MSE Audio, parent company of SoundTube Entertainment, Soundsphere, dARTS, Phase Technology, Induction Dynamics, SolidDrive and Rockustics, has appointed Lin Buck to director of U.S. sales and global business development. Buck brings more than 20 years of sales experience to MSE Audio in the professional audio video markets. Previously, Buck worked as an independent manufacturer’s rep and then worked directly with Bosch (Electro-Voice), Harman Professional and Adamson Systems. Buck began his professional music career at age 13, which led to his career in pro audio. Based in Kansas City, MO, Lin has a home recording studio and enjoys writing, playing and producing music, spending time with his three children, cooking and building things.

Peter Fong
Peter Fong

Clear-Com

Clear-Com has brought on Peter Fong as director of sales for the Asia-Pacific region. Fong will be responsible for developing and implementing sales strategies and ensuring his team is supported and meets their sales goals. He brings global technical sales experience to the role, with more than 20 years in sales/marketing and business development for technology companies. In his last position, he worked for Net Insight as head of sales, APAC. Prior to that, he worked at Globecast Group as sales director (APAC) and at Netia as head of sales (APAC). In these roles, he became familiar with the nuances of the market and what is required for sales in the area.

David Fisk
David Fisk Copyright Lifetouch Inc. 2020

beyerdynamic

Beyerdynamic has expanded its North American team by hiring David Fisk as sales manager for consumer products and Chris Norris as sales manager for communications products. Norris is an experienced audio professional. In addition to having worked in Korg USA’s educational division, he most recently was the key account manager for a major DJ and music technology product manufacturer. He is based in Long Island, NY.

Meanwhile, Fisk started his audio career as a 2001 graduate of DePaul University with a bachelor of science degree in sound recording technology. He has since attained a background in professional audio retail, post-production sound, field recording, game development, sales and manufacturing. He is based in Nashville, TN.

From left, Joe Cota, Justin Hall and Mitchell Ho
From left, Joe Cota, Justin Hall and Mitchell Ho

Point Source Audio

Point Source Audio has named Joe Cota as its customer education specialist; Justin Hall has been named key account manager; and Mitchell Ho has become account manager, Western U.S. Cota is a professional singer and musician by trade, while Hall is a seasoned account manager who has served customers, managed projects and dealt with international distributors for much of his career. Ho’s new position as account manager is his first job outside of minor league baseball, although he has been around professional audio his entire life.

Jimmy Yap
Jimmy Yap

Lectrosonics

Lectrosonics has appointed Jimmy Yap as its technical representative for the Asia-Pacific Region. Based in Cambodia, Yap will represent Lectrosonics by supporting dealers, end users and future customers throughout the region, which includes China, Japan, India, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, the Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Bangladesh. Yap has a background in technical engineering, distribution and sales, having held executive positions at his own company as well as at a variety of industry manufacturers. Since 2012, he has been the owner of AV Designs & Consulting Engineers, and has held product specialist and technical consultant positions in the region at manufacturers including QSC and Coda Audio.

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HD-Audio Challenge II: Preliminary Results

The HD-Audio Challenge is coming to an end. Tomorrow is May 1 and it’s time to wrap phase one of this research project and begin the process of analyzing the raw data. It will be a long and arduous task […]
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Live on KEXP Podcast Blurs the Lines Between Live and Studio Recording

The Live Room at Live sessions at Seattle's KEXP are captured for broadcast, podcasts, streaming and other formats.
Live sessions at Seattle’s KEXP are captured for broadcast, podcasts, streaming and other formats. Renata Steiner/Nataworry Photography

Kevin Suggs arrived in Seattle just in time for the ‘90s grunge-era gold rush, when the city was bursting with bands looking to score a record deal. Spending a decade of 12-hour-plus days pushing faders at studios like Avast! Recording Company was the perfect training to head up audio engineering for the podcast series Live on KEXP.

“Things just started to explode,” Suggs says. “Even though I wasn’t working with any huge Seattle bands, there were just so many bands and everybody was recording. It was a very vibrant time to be making music in this town. Everybody had a shot.”

As a freelance engineer and steel guitarist, Suggs racked up credits on albums by Death Cab For Cutie, The Shins and Brandi Carlile. By the time he arrived at KEXP, a non-profit arts organization known for curating adventurous music for its FM radio station and online properties, the audio crew was producing more than 100 live music sessions a year.

The control room at KEXP Studios in Seattle
The control room at KEXP Studios in Seattle Renata Steiner/Nataworry Photography

Live on KEXP—until this week, known as KEXP’s Live Performances—is the latest evolution of a podcasting program that began in 2004, and a key arm of the organization’s multi-platform approach that includes broadcasting to the Seattle radio market and streaming to two million YouTube subscribers.

Every note of sound, though, begins with Suggs and the audio engineering team. Today, KEXP logs about 300 performances every year. To maintain efficiency and consistency, Suggs begins each session with a proven template based around workhorse mics like Shure SM57s and SM58s and a baseline of plug-ins and presets in Pro Tools.

“My mantra for these things is just simplicity,” says Suggs. “I’m not trying to recreate a band’s record or anything. I’m trying to capture what the band is giving.”

The Live Room at KEXP Studios in Seattle
The Live Room at KEXP Studios in Seattle Renata Steiner/Nataworry Photography

Until a few years ago, the engineers mixed the audio to two-track on an eight-bus digital Mackie board before sending it to Pro Tools. These days, they automate the mix through an Avid S6 Pro Tools control surface.

“It’s recording every move I make,” he says. “If I didn’t quite get that guitar solo up in time, I can make a marker. And then once we’re off the air, I can go back and I can fix that [for the podcast].”

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Like any live recording situation, though, control is a relative concept. There’s only so much isolation you can do when a full band is playing together in room. Suggs has a few tricks to help keep instruments in their own lanes, but sometimes he simply has to let it bleed.

“I always start my mixes with the vocal mics up because they’re going to color everything,” he notes. “It doesn’t make a lot of sense to solo the kick drum, because as soon you push those vocal mics up, it’s going to change that kick drum sound completely. It’s just a matter of embracing the bleed, because you’re going to get a lot of it.”

Instead of setting up bands according to their stage plots, Suggs positions them in a circle, with everyone facing each other like in a rehearsal. In the absence of isolation barriers, this configuration cancels some of the interference between the vocal mic and drum mics.

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Every session that ends up on the Live on KEXP podcast is first broadcast via radio to the Seattle area. With few exceptions, what ends up on YouTube and the podcast is exactly the same as what the radio listeners heard. The main difference between the broadcast and streaming audio is in the mastering stage.

Troy Nelson, KEXP DJ and host of the Live on KEXP podcast.
Troy Nelson, KEXP DJ and host of the Live on KEXP podcast. Renata Steiner/Nataworry Photography

“We hit the one that goes out on the air with a little more compression [from an L2 leveling amplifier], and then we do a raw track [for streaming] that has nothing on it and no compression. That’s what we usually use for mastering, so we can start fresh without any other compression.”

When shelter-in-place orders came into play in March, the Live on KEXP team was already set up to have their engineers work remotely. Most, like Suggs, have studios in their homes, so they’re able to mix and master sessions seamlessly.

Luckily, KEXP has enough sessions in the can to last well into the summer months. The only audio currently being recorded at home for the Live on KEXP podcast is the voiceover by host Troy Nelson, who runs an AKG Perception 20 mic through a Universal Audio Arrow audio interface into Logic Pro X.

Rest assured, Suggs and the audio engineering team will be ready to go as soon as they’re able to get back to the studio.

“I really feed off of the vibe,” he says. “There’s really something about that live energy and the mix being a performance. At the same time as the band’s performing, you’re performing the mixing. You still get that adrenaline rush. There’s no net.”

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JLab Audio Debuts Talk Series USB Mics for Podcasting

JLab's new Talk line of microphones includes three models(l-r) — the Talk Go, Talk and Talk Pro.
JLab’s new Talk line of microphones includes three models(l-r) — the Talk Go, Talk Pro and Talk.

San Diego, CA (April 29, 2020) — While best-known for its consumer earbuds and headphones, JLab Audio is expanding into the USB microphone market with the introduction of its Talk line of mics aimed at podcasters, streamers, home recordists and others. The line debuts with three models—the JLab Talk Go, Talk and Talk Pro.

All JLab Audio Talk microphones feature plug & play compatibility, 3.5 mm headphone jack for zero-latency, quick-mute button, 5/8″ mounting metal foldable stands and on-mic controls. In addition, each model comes with a USB / USB-C braided cable. The mics have a 20 Hz – 20 kHz frequency response and a 120 dB max SPL.

The Talk Go condenser mic is intended to be more portable, and is earmarked for calling, streaming and podcasting. It offers 96 k/24-bit recording and sports two 14 mm condensers, offering both cardioid and omni patterns.

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The Talk builds on that, including three condensers and four directional options—cardioid, omni, stereo and bi-directional—and the Talk Pro takes those specs and adds in a recording sample rate of 192 k.

“While we’re not abandoning our roots in audio, the Talk series shows that JLab’s ability to innovate can go well beyond what you hear, to what you say, and potentially, even further,” said JLab CEO Win Cramer.

The JLab Talk GO ($49), Talk ($99) and Talk Pro ($149 ) are all scheduled to ship in early May, 2020.

JLab Audio • www.jlabaudio.com

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Japanese environmental composer Takashi Kokubo’s 1985 LP Digital Soundology #1 reissued

Crafted using a Fairlight CMI and Yamaha MSX.

Japanese ambient and environmental composer Takashi Kokubo’s 1985 album Digital Soundology #1 Volk Von Bauhaus is being reissued on vinyl, via Glossy Mistakes this June.

Read more: Composing for space: The meticulous design of Japanese environmental sounds

While Kokubo remains largely unknown, his work has almost become a soundtrack to life in Japan, having designed everything from credit card payment jingles to the country’s nationally-used mobile phone earthquake alert.

For Digital Soundology #1, Kokubo looked to the radical philosophy that emerged from the Bauhaus movement, similarly aiming to create “a revolutionary musical expression that shatters the old values.”

To do so, Kokubo shunned keyboard players, multitrack tape-recording techniques, and analogue sounds, instead using only the Fairlight CMI for 3-tracks, and primarily the Yamaha MSX for 6 tracks.

“I think this production process was quite similar to the way Picasso was creating art which I saw later and was inspired from: a kind of creative fragmentation,” explains Kokubo.

Originally released on King Records in 1985, Glossy Mistake’s reissue of Digital Soundology #1 Volk Von Bauhaus marks the album’s first vinyl reissue, and includes a previously unheard track by Kokubo.

It follows the re-release of Kokubo’s music for a 1987 luxury air conditioner,  A Dream Sails Out To Sea (Get At The Wave), on LAG Records – one of our favourite reissues of 2018.

Head here to pre-order a copy in advance of Digital Soundology #1 Volk Von Bauhaus’ 26th June release, check out the artwork and tracklist below.

Tracklist:

Side A

1. Playing Among The Gods
2. Melancholy II
3. Before You Dream

Side B

1. Fluctuation #1
2. The insane time keeper
3. Fluctuation #2
4. Daze / Fluctuation Step 1
5. Chaos
6. 回廊の音楽

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Deeper Sounds is set to embark on its first ever fundraiser

Deeper Sounds is set to embark on its first ever Fundraiser this May helping to raise money for The National Emergencies Trust Coronavirus Appeal.

The brand launched by Andy Eastough hosts regular shows on British Airways, Emirates, Mambo Ibiza Radio and Pure Ibiza Radio featuring the finest in Deep Electronica. All Day I Dream, Balance Music, Tale & Tone and Ibiza Sonica are amongst their regular guests.

Artists & Brands from around the globe have been invited to record exclusive mixes for this Fundraiser which will be posted via the Deeper Sounds Soundcloud channel from the 1st May.

The Soundgarden will kick off proceedings featuring mixes from Nick Warren, Nicolas Rada and Sarkis Mikael. Other Brands and Artists set to feature include Blond:ish, Do Not Sit On The Furniture, Wayu Records, Seven Villas Music, Soho Garden, Happy Camper Records, Big Imagination, Amaya NYC, Listed, Aracil, Valentin Huedo & More

To donate, head to https://justgiving.com/fundraiser/Deeper-Sounds

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DanceTelevision announce huge series of #StayHomeFestival virtual events

In response to the coronavirus crisis, the DanceTelevision Network’s FREE online initiative, the #StayHomeFestival, aims to urgently support and share the World Health Organization’s call to the world for social distancing. After early events gained worldwide plaudits, a new series of streams including Analog Room, East London Movement, Athens Showcase, Francesca Lombardo presents Upper Hour, ReSolute Stays Home, The Zoo Project, Vatos locos featuring Hector, VQtv by Shaun Reeves and Armigé Agency are now revealed.

DanceTelevision dedicates its entire platform to #StayHomeFestival streaming FREE 24/7 content from renown artists, events, and labels in the scene. Despite being in lockdown, artists can continue to interact with their fans and reach out with positive messages to millions of new viewers around the world, and across a variety of the most popular shared networks online. The project invites artists, events, labels and fans to join in solidarity to raise public awareness and funds in support of the WHO and select NGOs that are critical in helping the music entertainment industry. The community is called together to celebrate a universal love for music and the culture of a beloved electronic scene.

Since soft launching the project on 15 March 2020, numbers continue to rise exponentially and for the latest event with the likes of Pacha Ibiza, Jack Back, Felix Da Housecat, Luciano and International Music Summit all came together in support of the Red Cross in Ibiza. Now, once again, some of the biggest names in dance music will be streamed live on DanceTelevision’s Stay Home Festival www.stayhomefestival.org as well as crossposted to many different Facebook pages. It all runs throughout April, May And June.

Up first Detroit techno tastemaker and Visionquest label boss Shaun Reeves will kick off the VQ TV show on Sunday May 3rd at 8pm to 11pm CET on Stay Home festival. The showcase will be revolving around Shaun featuring guests from the Visionquest label and from his close circle. Divided across 3 nights, May 14, 20 and 28 respectively, Armige Agency is showcasing their roster with contributions from Joeski, Alexi Delano, Animal Trainer, Demuir, Junior Sanchez, Joyce Muniz, Kevin Knapp, Pezzner, Sis and Supernova.

Friday the 15th we welcome the infamous Vatos locos with a surprise lineup with label boss Hector at the helm in a mission to maintain the traditions of a Marathon around the time where they usually get down at the infamous Sunwaves Festival.

On May 16th, Francesca Lombardo’s “Upper Hour” event series cherishes the daytime ‘after party’ vibe and is fundamentally about good music presented in a unique setting, with DJs completely free to explore the full range of their selector skills. Hito and Cesare vs Disorder join curator Lombardo for a three hour showcase.

Vital underground house promoters Analog room Dubai also bring their tasteful soundtracks on May 7th and 21st with residents such as Move D, Alex Kid, A Guy Called Gerald, Siamak Amidi and Karina, and on May 19th and 26th, East London Movement is uniting underground East London promoters famous for their events in secret locations such as Into the Woods, Vox Sound, Bien Aimer Music, Paravibe, Decay Records and Bread and Butter London.

Electronic Labor Day (ELD) Beirut is a three-day virtual electronic music festival from May 1st to 3rd led by Uberhaus in partnership with top electronic music institutions in Lebanon and alongside the Syndicate of Owners of Restaurants, Cafes, Nightclubs and Pastries in Lebanon. The three-day music marathon aims at raising funds for the non-managerial employees of the electronic music venues across Lebanon, who have been affected by COVID and the harsh economic circumstances associated with this pandemic. These livestreams will be immersive, entertaining and exciting, taking place across multiple online rooms. More than 150 DJS from 25 countries will be taking part in the cause, helping to spread awareness and unity through music.

ReSolute is without doubt one of the most exciting underground event brands in the Big Apple. Handpicked selection of residents and artists from the ReSolute agency will be presenting their Dj sets and live acts all with visuals from established artists like Cote, Danimation, Defne Onen, Dreamrec, polo_X_polo and Trig Fardust.

The Zoo Project is Ibiza’s infamous Sunday openair party and they will be showcasing quarantine videos of worldwide recognised artists as well as footage from unforgettable events at the old abandoned Zoo of last summer. Expect not only exceptional talent performances, but beautiful and colourful videos from Ibiza’s most spectacular event! This is a game changing series of streams that will offer music lovers plenty to get excited about in the coming months.

With an extensive social network reaching 6 million fans including media partners and 3.5 million fans of its own channels and content brands, Facebook users watched 30 million minutes of DanceTelevision video in the month before the global pandemic struck. Since soft launching the project just three weeks ago on 15 March, 2020, numbers continue to rise exponentially. Based on this analysis, and the fact that people are now turning to the internet as the best way to connect with each other from home, unprecedented worldwide engagement is anticipated in the coming weeks. Online streaming initiatives like this may well revolutionize the face of the industry as we know it. Meanwhile, DanceTelevision is already exploring expansion options within the telecom sector to bring the concept to mass media in parallel with its cable music tv channel.

As such, DanceTelevision dedicates its entire platform to #StayHomeFestival streaming 24/7 content from renown artists, events, and labels in the scene. Despite being in lockdown, artists can continue to interact with their fans and reach out with positive messages to millions of new viewers around the world, and across a variety of the most popular shared networks online. Besides offering a wide variety of electronic artists a stage to showcase their talent, artists share positive and personal messages to the world at the beginning or end of their sets, using their influence and talent to help share an important message, and keep everyone hopeful for a brighter day.

LISTINGS

Friday May 1st – May 3rd
Electronic Labor Day (ELD) Beirut

May 3rd/10th/17th/24th
Shaun Reeves VQ-TV
8pm to 11pm CET

Friday May 15th
Hector presents Vatos Locos

Saturday May 16th
Francesca Lombardo presents Upper Hour
Hito and Cesare vs Disorder

Thursday 7th & 21st of May.
Analog Room
Move D, Alex Kid, A Guy Called Gerald, Siamak Amidi and Karina

Tuesday May 19th and 26th
East London Movement

Various dates May
ReSolute Stays Home
Cote, Danimation, Defne Onen, Dreamrec, polo_X_polo and Trig Fardust

May 14th, 20th & 28th
Armige Agency Showcases
Joeski, Alexi Delano, Animal Trainer, Demuir, Junior Sanchez, Joyce Muniz, Kevin Knapp, Pezzner, Sis and Supernova.

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