Lockdown TV 2020 have some big names lined up
Lockdown TV 2020 is a brand new streaming service bringing you the best music during lockdown from huge names to rising talents, there’ll be a little something for everyone broadcast live from our base at Sensible Music Studios, London. The world’s first socially distanced music streaming stage.
Everyone involved will be following social distancing and hygiene guidelines, including the acts, crew and other studio team members. This unique service is open to Bands, DJ’s, Record Labels alike and the performances can either be streamed via their own Lockdown TV Channels or via your own.
Last week Killer Hertz took their brand new live band to the studio for a test. Happily this was filmed so we can see what it looks like. The live band is a new initiative for Killer Hertz and they took the opportunity to say hi to fans and introduce them to both concepts.
Killer Hertz are a Brighton based D&B Act, signed to Friction‘s label Elevate Records. Killer Hertz have racked up over 3 Million Spotify streams and have remixed Fatboy Slim, Matrix & Futurebound, Friction, Example and Crissy Criss.
They are currently receiving heavy support from MistaJam‘s BBC Radio One Dance Anthems, René LaVice‘s BBC Radio One show, UKF and many more.
Killer Hertz Live Members – Peter Chapman, Phil Jones, Multiplex MC, Henque Nijman, and Jordy Eijkenboom.
Check out the video from last week below:
Today Lockdown TV 2020 will be hosting Shogun Audio between 7pm and 11pm with Technimatic, Pola & Bryson, GLXY and Visionobi. Join the fun here! On Friday 10th July you can let yourselves be entertained by René LaVice and Danny Byrd as they have announced they will do an impromptu B2B set!
From the moment you enter the building to the end of your performance, your personal space is top priority. They have single-use face masks available and have set up hand sanitiser stations all around the building and marked out all corridors, floors, doors, seating to ensure a smooth flow throughout the building whilst following the 2m guideline.
Within the studio and performance area itself in situations where it’s impossible to adhere to the 2m rule, they have set up 6ft Perspex screens that can be positioned in between artists.
After each performance, a full deep clean of the entire building will be carried out. They will also be monitoring a maximum of 25 people in the building at any one point.
Studio 4 – 10m x 9m x 6m
4 x Dressing Rooms
Drinks Facilities / Water Stations
Audio, Lighting & Video Production
Sound Engineer, Lighting Designer, Visual Operator
Camera Director, Camera Operators, System Technicians
Artist & Production Coordinator
Backline available on request
Generic Video Content
Post stream edit
Visual Content Creation