maskinrumbeta-chllngrThe team behind the re-established project Maskinrum is sick and tired of seeing electronic musicians who press play and send text messages – and they are just as tired of seeing that this is the label electronic music has gotten. Therefore, they are back with an initiative that is about to change your way of looking at electronic music!

Maskinrum Beta will have its kick off on 13. November 2014 at Huset-KBH (check the event HERE) – with a special Master session and a so-called 360° concert:

“We are really excited to see how the 360° concerts idea will work out. Eight cameras will be following musicians on stage and it’s all going to be projected onto two large screens, so the audience will really get the opportunity to keep track of how much some of Denmark’s most talented performers actually do on stage” – explains Steffen Johns, one of the masterminds behind the Maskinrum initiative.

The first Master session on 13. November will be held by Steven Jess Borth II, better known as CHLLNGR. His atmospheric, chilling-out, yet also very mysterious music already caught much attention of the Danish audience, leading to gigs at Stella Polaris, Karrusel, Phono Festival and Strøm Festival, among others.

CHLLNGR also charmed Good because Danish before – especially with his amazing composition “Sundown” featuring Coco O. from Quadron. In late October 2014 the artist released his great album “Form Of Release”, including the single “Come Around” feat. Josiahwise is the Serpentwithfeet, who appears in more songs on the record.

Before CHLLNGR, the Sound Of Copenhagen discovery Kristian Kamp will be warming up the atmosphere on 13. November. Both live performances will be projected onto screens at the venue, so you’ll be able to get a real sneak-peak into the work of an electronic music artist. It’s real work and art, not just hanging out behind laptop and mix-desk! You’ll see! :)

Maskinrum Beta feat. CHLLNGR & Kristian Kamp
13.11.2014 – Copenhagen: Huset-KBH – Event on Facebook

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