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Quip selects for live-streaming concerts: URGNT, Audio Obscura, elrow, and more

Audio Obscura: Sunset – Charity livestreams

Audio Obscura are Dutch organization promoting and hosting underground electronic music events. Typically these events happens in historic venues, as you may have seen during ADE, but right now it is a series of live broadcast performances from their home base venue in A’DAM Tower, The Loft. This is event is fudnrastng for World Health Organization (WHO) COVID-19 Solidarity Response and assist their strenuous work in combatting the coronavirus.

When:
Sunday, 22 at 5:15pm-7:15PM UTC+1: Joris Voorn
Monday, 23 at 5:15pm-7:15PM UTC+1: Satori live
Tuesday, 24 at 5:15pm-7:15PM UTC+1: Reinier Zonneveld live (Piano and Synth Concert)
Note: check the timezone, this is 12:15pm central
How to watch: Facebook streaming (live stream is on the discussion page)


Elderbrook live stream

UK’s Alexander Kotz, aka Elderbrook, will be doing a live stream everyday to help everyone through the Quarantine period. Like many of us Kotz is bored at home and already shared some funny suggestions on how to occupy your time while self-isolating on Twitter. A part of this daily entertainment is him performing live from his living room daily.

When: Every day at 5pm GMT (UK)
How to watch: Livestream on Twitter
Note: check the timezone, this is 12pm central


elrow HOME SESSIONS #stayathome

elrow is an award-winning experiential event concept and party series founded in 2010 by Cruz and Juan Arnau Lasierra. The goal here is to bring music from resident artists and friends into the fans living rooms. Next Sunday the virtual party host will be Viviana Casanova, Chilean artists spinning a mix of deep, tech-house, and techno with a touch of hip hop.

When: Every Sunday at 4pm CET
Note: check the timezone, this is 11:00am central
How to watch:  Facebook Live and Instagram Live


URGNT, multiple dates

A music movement founded by Mark Marczyk from Toronto’s Lemon Bucket Orkestra. It is a live streamed concert series with local artists performing in now-empty venues, seeking to aid those in the industry during the COVID-19 crisis, funded through a the GoFundMe campaign. Currently the following artists are confirmed: Soprano songstress Measha Brueggergosman, Mexican singer-songwriter Quique Escamilla, JUNO Award-winning Indigenous blues duo Digging Roots, indie rockers Moscow Apartment, DJ/Producer/Turntablist extraordinaire Skratch Bastid, Filipino-Canadian lyricist Han Han, Cuban soul artists Okan, JUNO Award-winning Allison Au Quartet, chamber music ensemble Gryphon Trio and Lemon Bucket Orkestra.

When:
Monday, March 23: Moscow Apartment at Antikka Café & Records – time TBC
Thursday, March 26: We can’t yet share who but it will be a great one!
How to watch: Maclean’s and the URGNT website


Additionally, a wide variety of daily livestreams globally can also be found on the Festival Streaming Facebook page.

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