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Wireless Connect Festival 2020

Wireless Festival organisers partnered with MelodyVR and Spiritland Productions for a three-day virtual festival – Wireless Connect – a 360° virtual festival featuring pioneers of the scene and some of the freshest upcoming talent recorded at the legendary Alexandra Palace.

Artists and performers had a separate entrance to the building and remained in isolation for the duration of the performance without coming into contact with the public or on-site crew.

Spiritland Productions provided the stereo and immersive audio mixes for the weekend in Spiritland One working with artists such as Ray BLK, Big Narstie, Lady Leshurr, Donae’o, Stefflon Don, Yungen and many more.

Wireless connect was made available on 3-5 July via the MelodyVR app on smartphones and VR headsets, and was free to view, with a voluntary donation to Black Lives Matter.

More info from Music Week here: https://www.musicweek.com/live/read/melodyvr-unveils-new-studio-at-alexandra-palace-ahead-of-wireless-connect/080100

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BBC Sounds Product Launch

After working with the BBC Sounds team on many projects they were keen to use our Spiritland KX venue as a backdrop to launch their latest podcasts.

AV provided and operated by Spiritland Productions.

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Brexitcast Live

For this special edition of Brexitcast in front of a live studio audience, the BBC asked Spiritland Productions to provide their expertise to mix the audio for the live show in the Radio Theatre at BBC Broadcasting House.

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The Onside Awards 2019 – RAH

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George The Poet – BBC Sounds Launch

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Jarvis Cockers’ Sunday Service Live

Celebrate the launch of Jarvis Cocker’s ‘Sunday Service’ compilation with us at this night of music and conversation at Spiritland Royal Festival Hall.

Join Jarvis and guests for a special live episode of Sunday Service on the South Bank.