In this new series presented by the Smirnoff Sound Collective, Tribes explores the NYC rooted collective of rising female music makers, DJ’s and producers known as Discwoman. They discuss the changes in the electronic scene and how they are on a mission to bring awareness to gender diversity in music around the globe.
On Sunday August 19th, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange gave a speech from the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy in London. In this, his first appearance in two months after showing up at the embassy’s doorstep to seek refuge and political asylum on June 19th, Assange addressed the public and urged the world, especially the U.S., to stop persecuting whistleblowers and journalists uncovering crimes and injustices.
We’ll be streaming live right here today Tuesday June 12th 7-9PM EST / 4-6PM PST / 23:00-1:00 GMT.
The Ableton Advanced Users Meetup is presented by Shocklee.com + TechCampNYC + Devotion Learn and is recommended for advanced and intermediate users of Ableton.
Use the hashtag #TechCampNYC to post up your questions or comments on twitter during the event.
Hey advanced Ableton Live users we’re doing it again. Join Shocklee, TechCamp NYC and Devotion Learn on Tuesday June 12th from 7-9PM [EST]
Come hang and meet some fellow Ableton users if you’re in the NYC area or via the powers of the world wide web through our live stream right here at Shocklee.com
If you’d like to attend in person RSVP right away, last time we were packed to capacity!! There is no need to RSVP for the live stream.