The Streets to play intimate ticketed livestream gig at London club

The Streets to play intimate ticketed livestream gig at
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The Streets to play intimate ticketed livestream gig at
London club, Shop Ticket Snatchers

The Streets are
set to launch their new mixtape with a one-off intimate
livestreamed London gig.

‘None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive’, Mike
Skinner’s first full-length project in a decade, came out last
week (July 10).

To celebrate the launch of the mixtape, Skinner is set to play a
ticketed livestream show at London’s EartH venue in Hackney on
August 6.

Tickets for the show will be available here to fans
worldwide from 9am BST on Thursday (July 16), and fans are
encouraged to add an optional donation to Skinner’s chosen
charity, Show Racism The Red Card.

Earth. Big Announcement.
9am.https://t.co/7LFoT3vxEe
pic.twitter.com/Dd3097S6AF

— Mike Skinner (@mikeskinnerltd)
July 12, 2020


Reviewing ‘None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive’,

which features collaborations with IDLES, Tame Impala and more, NME
wrote: “‘None of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive’
isn’t just a testament to Mike Skinner’s intriguing evolution
but also proof of his keen eye for curation. It’s good to have
him back – and all of his mates, too.”

In a recent interview,
Mike Skinner questioned the quality of livestreamed gigs
in the
era of coronavirus, saying he
“[doesn’t think the technology’s there”.

“I’m not massively into live-streamed gigs,” Skinner told
Sky News. “I think loud music is loud music, and loud music with
people is loud music with people. I don’t think that’s changing
anytime soon. I’m sure it will one day.”

Last month,
Laura Marling became one of the first artists to perform a
paid-for, ticketed livestream gig
during the coronavirus
lockdown.
Reviewing the show
, NME wrote: “The gig feels like anevent,
not an Instagram Live you tune into for five minutes before getting
your ever-shortening attention span drawn away by something
else.

“Actively putting money in the pockets of a working musician,
it shows that live music can do better in the age of coronavirus
– for fans, crew and musicians themselves.â€

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The Streets to play intimate ticketed livestream gig at London
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The Streets are
set to launch their new mixtape with a one-off intimate
livestreamed London gig.
‘None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive’, Mike
Skinner’s first full-length project in a decade, came out last
week (July 10).
Read more:
The Streets – ‘None of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive’
review: a star-studded return from Mike Skinner
To celebrate the launch of the mixtape, Skinner is set to play a
ticketed livestream show at London’s EartH venue in Hackney on
August 6.
Tickets for the show will be available here to fans
worldwide from 9am BST on Thursday (July 16), and fans are
encouraged to add an optional donation to Skinner’s chosen
charity, Show Racism The Red Card.

Earth. Big Announcement.
9am.https://t.co/7LFoT3vxEe
pic.twitter.com/Dd3097S6AF
— Mike Skinner (@mikeskinnerltd)
July 12, 2020

Reviewing ‘None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive’,
which features collaborations with IDLES, Tame Impala and more, NME
wrote: “‘None of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive’
isn’t just a testament to Mike Skinner’s intriguing evolution
but also proof of his keen eye for curation. It’s good to have
him back – and all of his mates, too.”
In a recent interview,
Mike Skinner questioned the quality of livestreamed gigs in the
era of coronavirus, saying he
“[doesn’t think the technology’s there”.
“I’m not massively into live-streamed gigs,” Skinner told
Sky News. “I think loud music is loud music, and loud music with
people is loud music with people. I don’t think that’s changing
anytime soon. I’m sure it will one day.”

Last month,
Laura Marling became one of the first artists to perform a
paid-for, ticketed livestream gig during the coronavirus
lockdown.
Reviewing the show, NME wrote: “The gig feels like anevent,
not an Instagram Live you tune into for five minutes before getting
your ever-shortening attention span drawn away by something
else.
“Actively putting money in the pockets of a working musician,
it shows that live music can do better in the age of coronavirus
– for fans, crew and musicians themselves.â€
The post
The Streets to play intimate ticketed livestream gig at London
club appeared first on NME Music
News, Reviews, Videos, Galleries, Tickets and Blogs |
NME.COM.

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