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Seattle’s Emerald Noise collective announces online music festival

Emerald Noise Online Music Festival
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Emerald Noise, a Seattle-based event organization,  just announced its own online music festival! Taking place this Saturday, May 16th, this event will host local electronic artists. It’ll be a great chance for Pacific Northwesterners to get a taste of the sounds shaping the local scene.

All proceeds from the event are going to Direct Relief’s COVID-19 efforts. The funds are meant for medical facilities, and other organizations, across the United States.

Emerald Noise’s online music festival will be hosted on its Twitch account from 6 PM – 12 AM PST. Peep the lineup below — taken from the Facebook event page — for the list of artists and set times:

SATURDAY MAY 16TH LINEUP:
6:00 PM – 6:40 PM (CoopDaville)
6:40 PM – 7:20 PM (Yami)
7:20 PM – 7:50 PM (EJ)
7:50 PM – 8:20 PM (MAZAA)
8:20 PM – 9:00 PM (Future Twist)
9:00 PM – 9:40 PM (Winzlo)
9:40 PM – 10:20 PM (wilsonlikethevolleyball)
10:20 PM – 11:00 PM (Joed)
11:00 PM – 12:00 AM (Adastra)
* All times are for PST

On its official Facebook account, Emerald Noise has been posting artist spotlights describing each of the artists- and their specialties. One to look out for is Mazaa, who released two albums last year, as well as a single last month. His sound is characterized by melodic synths reminiscent of Porter Robinson’s Worlds project.

Additionally, be sure to catch Adastra’s closing set. He’s a pretty influential DJ, constantly supporting local artists, particularly through his PNW Producer Radio playlist on Spotify. Melodic dubstep seems to be his go-to genre.

Are there any local artists on the Emerald Noise online music festival you’re excited to see? Let us know in our comments on Facebook and Twitter!

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