Mixify is aiming to help bring top EDM artists to any corner of the world through synchronized streaming events in clubs.
The thing that makes live performances compelling is their one-off nature and the thrill of securing a ticket. However, it’s those same aspects of gig-going that make it all the more disappointing when a show is sold out, or an artist never tours in a particular neighborhood. While EVNTLIVE has solved the first problem through online feeds of sold out shows, Mixify is now aiming to help bring top EDM artists to any corner of the world through synchronized streaming events in clubs.
Electronic dance music has become a massive industry in the past few years, with global hits from acts such as Skrillex, Baauer and Deadmau5. However, their success means fans in locations where it’s not economically viable to tour. Mixify has already provided a platform for artists to stream their shows online, but its new Clubcast service enables them to organize live transmissions in clubs around the world. Offering high quality video and audio, fans not only get to see DJs live at a lower cost, but the two-way feed also enables artists to see the crowd and interact with them.
Watch the video below to learn more about how the system works:
Are there other ways digital can offer access to events taking place elsewhere in a more immersive way?