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The BBC Radio 1 Stay Home Live Lounge brought together (virtually) some of the music world’s biggest superstars to perform a heartwarming cover of Foo Fighters’ “Times Like These” to raise money for those in need during the COVID-19 crisis. The Foo Fighters themselves were included in the uplifting performance, joined in the comfort of their own homes by 5 Seconds of Summer, AJ Tracey, Anne-Marie, Bastille, Biffy Clyro, Celeste, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Dermot Kennedy, Dua Lipa, Ellie Goulding, Grace Carter, Hailee Steinfeld, Jess Glynne, Mabel, Paloma Faith, Rag’n’Bone Man, Rita Ora, Royal Blood, Sam Fender, Sean Paul, Sigrid, YUNGBLUD and Zara Larsson. “It’s times like these you learn to live again / It’s times like these you give and give again / It’s times like these you learn to love again / It’s times like these time and time again,” they sing in the chorus, which feels timely during the ongoing pandemic.
Trance trio Above & Beyond, members of the Anjunabeats and Anjunadeep family and 70 frontline workers have come together for a charity single. Above & Beyond have remixed ‘All In’, a track from Anjunabeats affiliates Fatum, Genix, Jaytech and Judah, with all proceeds from the single going directly to the World Health Organisation’s Solidarity Response Fund, supporting vulnerable communities in nations without a strong health care system. The remix, titled ‘We’re All In This Together’ (Above & Beyond Respray)

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Here it is, your stay at home soundtrack for the week - courtesy of everyone's favorite South African Export Black Coffee. While no beachside/poolside house music masterpiece is complete without a dreamy vocal its Florida's Sabrina Claudio's sultry voice that really stamps SBCNCSLY as a guaranteed favorite incoming to a listening device near you. Intricate piano work takes command of the ship, guiding Black Coffee's slick production down a road that will always lead to good times and smiles all round! Expect SBCHCSLY to be a big one at the beach clubs across Bali and beyond when 2020 finally resets in the not too far away future from the ever-popular US label Ultra. Good times ahead - that's our promise DRW 11/10
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Here it is, your stay at home soundtrack for the week - courtesy of everyone's favorite South African Export Black Coffee. While no beachside/poolside house music masterpiece is complete without a dreamy vocal its Florida's Sabrina Claudio's sultry voice that really stamps SBCNCSLY as a guaranteed favorite incoming to a listening device near you. Intricate piano work takes command of the ship, guiding Black Coffee's slick production down a road that only leads to happiness! Expect this one to be a big one at the beach clubs across Bali and beyond when 2020 finally resets and the smiles return across the island of the gods from the ever-popular US label Ultra. DRW 11/10
A musician, humanitarian, and filmmaker who is recognized as a pioneering force in the music industry. Franti is revered for his hi-energy live shows, inspiring music, philanthropic efforts, and his authentic connection to his global fan community. Franti believes in using music as a vehicle for positive change, stating “I feel a deeper sense of purpose in music today than I ever have in my career. My goal is to make the most inspiring music I possibly can for this crazy and wonderful time we’re all living in. It’s 85 degrees at 10 p.m. on yet another uneventful Friday night, and Michael Franti finds himself exactly 8,327 miles from his San Francisco home. And, in his words, it’s nothing short of surreal. “We came to the little hotel we own for a yoga retreat and while we were there, the entire world changed,” Franti, 53, tells PEOPLE from Bali.
After more than a decade on the Australian scene, playing between some of the most respected clubs in the game and the biggest festival stages in the country, it was time for a change of scenery in 2016. DisCrow, aka Ryan Crowe made the move to Bali and wasted no time, bouncing on the scene with residencies at some of the biggest clubs on the well renowned party island in Indonesia. After a crazy first 18 months playing gigs between the biggest spots in Bali, including Singlefin, The Lawn, Da Maria and Mrs Sippy, he was offered the roll of Music Director at Mrs Sippy a fulltime position in charge of the music in the largest pool club in Bali. Now managing 8 daily resident DJs and booking weekly international guests, with the likes of Pete Tong, Duke Dumont, Claptone, Bag Raiders, Yolanda Be Cool, Touch Sensitive,etc.
English DJ and electronic music producer Norman Quentin Cook was a pioneer of the ’90s big beat movement, issuing a handful of era-hits like “The Rockafeller Skank” and “Praise You” under the moniker Fatboy Slim. Formerly the bassist for the Housemartins and one-third of acid house hitmakers Pizzaman, Cook started by releasing his Fatboy material through club staple Skint, with his raucous blend of house, acid, funk, hip-hop, electro, and techno adding to his already formidable reputation as one of the foremost all-around producers on the U.K. club scene. Born Quentin Leo Cook in Bromley on July 31, 1963, he joined the Hull-based pop group the Housemartins in 1986, replacing founding member Ted Key. After the group split the following year, Cook became involved with the burgeoning acid house scene, pairing with producers Tim Jeffrey and J.C. 
Although the COVID-19 pandemic has effectively put the live music industry on hold, many artists are using their platform and streaming technology to both entertain fans stuck at home and raise money for charity. David Guetta took things to the next level with Saturday’s United at Home live stream. Eschewing the use of an indoor setup, which the vast majority of DJs have utilized, he performed outdoors in Miami with festival-grade production. Through his efforts, he was able to garner over 12 million viewers online and raise RP 700,000 for a number of COVID-19 relief foundations. Due to the performance’s location, many people in the surrounding apartments were able to watch him play from the comfort of their own balconies. In addition to the special guests featured on the stream, the camera frequently zoomed in on various Miami locals dancing along.
As you will know, the live events sector has been hit with devastating impact. In fact, the events and hospitality sectors have been decimated on a global scale. In pretty much every country live music performances have come to a very abrupt halt. That means that not only artists and musicians have had their income reduced to zero, but all the people that were employed making gigs and concerts happen. Waiters and bartenders, chefs and kitchen hands, sound engineers, performers of every shape and genre, publicists and garbage collectors, security staff and cashiers, venues and delivery drivers, and the countless back-of-house staff that nobody sees, but without whom a gig, concert or any event doesn’t take place. 
The aim for this program is to raise money which will allow us to employ hospitality staff who have lost their jobs to make a food production. All donation will cover ingredients with buying from local farmers and fishermen, small restaurant supply chain industry, and also help logistic industry with using their services. All food produced will be donated to front line medic and non-medic staff in a hospital appointed by the Government to handle Corona patients and families in need of support to help them survive in this situation. Bali dependencies to tourism industry is more than 80% with having thousands of restaurants and this is what makes tourism is the main contributor to Bali’s economy. Since the Corona epidemic hit this beautiful island, Bali is limiting tourist activities, restaurants have to closed.

In Bali right now its no surprise the streets are quiet, nature is taking a very overdue breathe of fresher air and the beaches are smiling as the pollution count is continuing to drop. When going out on a rare occasion to do some essential tasks like food shopping its like a different world in some places like the usual red light wait on your daily commute to your favourite restaurant or surf spot. What used to be a never-ending battle for pole position at each and every traffic light stop on your scooter or just waiting for someone to scrape your side in your car as another impatient N-max enthusiast tries to squeeze thru is now a lonely check of the lipstick or facial grooming in the rear vision mirror and onto the next destination. There is some amazing stories coming in from around the world

As coronavirus induced lockdown continues around the world, and clubs are closed for the foreseeable, many DJs are turning to live streaming sets to keep the party going and continue to serve the global dance music community in these difficult times. But with so many live streams, from the low-key, one-cam kitchen and controller soirée, to the full-on production and immersive experience of Dixon’s Transmoderna, there’s a torrent of streamed DJ sets to choose from. So, how do you get noticed? And how to get people listening to, talking about and sharing your streams? Before you do anything, read our beginners guide to livestreaming from your phone and laptop. We’re going to be talking about some things.
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