PublishedWed, 27 Nov 2019, 00:52
- The Tokyo streaming outlet has a new studio in Shibuya which opened over the weekend.
Japanese live streaming site Dommune has opened a new studio in Tokyo.
Following the closure of the original location back in July, Super Dommune has set up shop in Shibuya Parco and began broadcasting over the weekend as part of a pre-opening programme, with Rhadoo inaugurating the space.
Coming up, Jeff Mills will be performing on November 27th followed by Sapphire Slows on the 28th, Seiho on December 1st and Mark Fell and Rian Treanor on the 5th. Up to 100 people will be able to attend the studio sessions.
A full rundown of the pre-opening ceremony is vailable on the Dommune website.