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Newcomers Sweat have announced the opening of a new virtual reality club with Lynks Afrikka, PVA and more

The online venue will host a series of curated events, with artists performing via hologram.
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Published: 6:22 pm, June 30, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Newcomers Sweat have announced the opening of a new virtual reality club with Lynks Afrikka, PVA and more

Productive lockdown anyone? Well check out Peckham newcomers Sweat, who have created and programmed their own virtual reality club - now open and set to host a range of standout performances.

Built from scratch by the band, the space (called SweatNet), will host a range of special events giving artists the change to perform in hologram form and tailor the venue to their own ideas over the coming month. Taking place over the coming weeks, the likes of Lynks Afrikka, PVA, Lunch Money Life, Nuhu Ruby Ra, Waterbaby and Jessica Winter and more will appear at the venue - with the ability to chat with others while there and special ‘merch stands’ where performing artists will be selling… well… merch.

Free to access, Sweat are encouraging fans to donate to #saveourvenues to help support independent venues during this time. All proceeds from their first run of merch sales will be donated to Black Lives Matter.

Debuted with Sweat revealing new track ‘Drink Drive :\’ - check out ‘SweatNet’ here.

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