ARRAY – A Revolutionary 360 Music Festival Coming in June 2020
ARRAY – A 360 Music Festival | 4-6 June, 8pm | Suggested donation £10
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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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.
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