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Live concert today on What Hi-Fi? YouTube channel!

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Fancy some afternoon (and evening) entertainment? You're in luck. We are hosting a live stream featuring UK artists who were due to be playing at SXSW. It's in conjunction with the UK music industry and MQA. Full details below.

The British Music Embassy has teamed-up with MQA, a host of UK artists, selected music titles and What Hi-Fi?, to deliver a one-off concert that you can watch from the comfort of your own home.

Following the cancellation of South by Southwest (SXSW) due to the coronavirus pandemic, Production Park’s The Mill Studio in London will host a concert featuring the UK artists and bands who were scheduled to play at the influential festival in Austin, Texas.

The sessions are supported by the British Music Embassy, with the line-up curated by DIY Magazine, Jazz re:freshed Outernational and cSquaredLDN. Bands and artists set to perform include Theon Cross, King Nun, ELOÏSE mp3, Superbird and Noya Rao, with each act performing a 30-minute set.

The schedule is as follows:
1440-1510: Porridge Radio
1530-1600: King Nun
1620-1650: Daniel Casimir & Tess Hirst
1710-1740: Theon Cross
1800-1830: Noya Rao
1850-1920: ELOÏSE mp3
1940-2010: Superbird



 

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Fancy some afternoon (and evening) entertainment? You're in luck. We are hosting a live stream featuring UK artists who were due to be playing at SXSW. It's in conjunction with the UK music industry and MQA. Full details below.

The British Music Embassy has teamed-up with MQA, a host of UK artists, selected music titles and What Hi-Fi?, to deliver a one-off concert that you can watch from the comfort of your own home.

Following the cancellation of South by Southwest (SXSW) due to the coronavirus pandemic, Production Park’s The Mill Studio in London will host a concert featuring the UK artists and bands who were scheduled to play at the influential festival in Austin, Texas.

The sessions are supported by the British Music Embassy, with the line-up curated by DIY Magazine, Jazz re:freshed Outernational and cSquaredLDN. Bands and artists set to perform include Theon Cross, King Nun, ELOÏSE mp3, Superbird and Noya Rao, with each act performing a 30-minute set.

The schedule is as follows:
1440-1510: Porridge Radio
1530-1600: King Nun
1620-1650: Daniel Casimir & Tess Hirst
1710-1740: Theon Cross
1800-1830: Noya Rao
1850-1920: ELOÏSE mp3
1940-2010: Superbird



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