From 9pm on July 4th, electronic music fans can tune into 3.5 hours of free music in aid of Music Support via streaming platform Livefrom Events.

Warehouse Manifesto will be held at Production Park’s London rehearsal studio, The Mill, and is being led by production manager Tyrone Brunton, who is also the gig’s project manager.

The Mill, in association with lighting, audio and video specialists Subfrantic, has safely created an avenue for artists to generate online, COVID-compliant content during the crisis. The space will be available for use over the 2020 summer season. 

For this gig, Livefrom Events will bring the music to the masses via its HD streaming platform. Created by ticketing pioneers Steve Machin and Alan Rakov, LiveFrom Media Ltd delivers a full-featured concert streaming solution.

Taking up the mantle, Tyrone says: “The idea for Warehouse Manifesto came about after numerous conversations with Bullet from Production Park, as we were trying to get the core crew we have worked with over the years back together, with another project in sight.

“Since the touring industry as we know it has come to a standstill, it’s left most of the hard-working freelancers and touring suppliers out of work. Our initial aim was to create something positive for us to look forward to, and now thanks to the superb response, support and generosity from The Mill, Subfrantic, Livefrom Events, our tech crew and DJs, we’d like to extend our efforts further.” 

As the crew and DJs are volunteering their time, charity is very much in mind. Tyrone continues: “We now have an opportunity to raise awareness of the very real struggles taking place within the live music industry. People are facing all manner of problems every day and will continue to do so until COVID-19 is eradicated. We think the work that Music Support carries out is vital in helping people adjust to this new reality.”  

Due to the extreme financial impact on the music industry caused the COVID-19 crisis, many peers are experiencing higher than usual levels of anxiety and depression, as well as issues with alcohol and other substances. With the loss of income comes an uncertain future, and social isolation has placed individuals and families under previously unknown levels of pressure, stress and strain. Industry workers most susceptible to mental ill health and addiction are suffering, as are many of those with no known pre-existing conditions. 

Therefore, there is an urgent need to provide support that will mitigate the immediate and long-term impact of this pandemic.

View the full line up for the live stream below

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