Music x Technology: The Live Room at KEXP

  Microsoft and KEXP unveil the interactive upgrade to KEXP’s Live Studio (472 1st Avenue N) in Seattle, WA.   This was only a sneak peek of what is to come, but in short it is truly a marvel of what Music and Technology can bring when forward thinking artist come together with a truly innovative way to maximize our own experiences.   “The Future is Now as Music x Technology combine to form: The Live Room at KEXP” Simply Amazing… Full Support from us at Raver Magazine!   More on Microsofts Interactive Upgrade to KEXP Live Studio Below:    KEXP will be releasing a video of the Car Seat Headrest performance on their YouTube Channel later this month, alongside a behind-the-scenes video of the project.   In addition, Seattle locals can stop by the KEXP gathering space and see a series of Interactive Artist Portraits created by artist Carlo Van de Roer, which features portraits of PhantogramMatthew Dear and Alan Palomo of Neon Indian.
The images were commissioned by Microsoft, with each portrait celebrating a forward-thinking artist who has created compelling and innovative work using Microsoft technology. The project will be on display until January 31   The KEXP Live Room is the latest collaboration featured on Music x Technology, an initiative that celebrates forward-thinking artists who are using Microsoft technology to transform the way we create and experience music. With artist collaborations, the program seeks to empower artists with unique opportunities to create one-of-a-kind experiences for their fans. For more information, visit:
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