ARRAY - A Revolutionary  360 Music Festival Coming in June 2020

ARRAY – A Revolutionary 360 Music Festival Coming in June 2020

ARRAY – A 360 Music Festival | 4-6 June, 8pm | Suggested donation £10

ARRAY 360 Festival #arrayfest

ARRAY is taking over your home for three nights in June for an electric and eclectic mix of immersive, ambisonic sound and colour. Lockdown just got interesting!


Prepare to take a deep dive into a wild and wonderful universe of amazing tunes and visuals – ARRAY will blow your mind with three nights of full sound immersion and ambisonic 360 art videos. It’s everything you didn’t know your lockdown needed!


Listen to a 29 minute preview on Spotify…


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ARRAY 360 Festival #arrayfest

Line-up (from 8pm each night)

4 June: live chat between the artists and Simon Deacon, head of the Goldsmiths Music Department, streamed on YouTube.

5 June: videos from Luke David Harris, drum n bass and breakbeat from DJ Kamikaze Space Programme, and a preview of composer / DJ Dan Samsa’s (aka WARSNARE) new album, influenced by contemporary classical, jazz, afrobeat, and the club sounds of South East London. 

6 June: hypno-pop from Imogen, a collaboration between Tokyo noise-scene maker Atau Tanaka and video installation artist Uta Kögelsberger, Hejira reworking their recent album ‘Thread of Gold’, and a set from The Invisibles’ Dave Okumu. 

Videos will be available to watch on Youtube 360 for 1 month after the festival. 

ARRAY is produced in collaboration with pioneering immersive sound agency Call & Response, production and experience design company Social Convention, and Goldsmiths Music Department / NX Records, with Hannah Mason of Could Be Good as Design Co-Lead and Art Director and Struan Leslie as Design Co-Lead and Performance and Movement Director. 

Stuart Wilson

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