DEEZER TO EXCLUSIVELY BROADCAST LIVE VIDEO STREAM OF TOTALLY ENORMOUS EXTINCT DINOSAURS LONDON SHOW
aaamusic | On 18, May 2012
Deezer, the world’s premier music streaming service, is delighted to announce they will be exclusively broadcasting a live video stream of electro-genius Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs’ must-see show at London’s Koko on Wednesday 23 May 2012. At 21.30 GMT, the broadcast will go live via http://deezer.com in the 49 countries where Deezer is currently operating.
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (TEED) is the solo project of Oxford bred Orlando Higginbottom. Orlando has seen his star rise rapidly, from YouTube views of the video to single ‘Garden’ exceeding 2.5 million, to heading out to the Congo with Damon Albarn to recording an album for Warp; remixing Lady Gaga and even playing an exclusive set from the top of the Millbank Tower across the Thames. His debut album ‘Trouble’, the most eagerly awaited electronic album for years is out on June 11th. The Koko gig is set to be an un-missable show and now fans around the world have the opportunity to witness it.
Deezer premium plus users will also be able to enjoy watching the performance on their mobile device through the free Deezer app. Deezer are offering their subscribers a chance to win tickets to be in the audience at Koko, they can enter via http://www.deezer.com/en/contest/win-tickets-to-see-teed-live-231
Mark Foster, MD of Deezer UK said: “We are big fans of TEED here at Deezer and thrilled to be able to exclusively stream what we know will be an incredibly special show. Due to our ongoing global expansion we are in the fantastic position of being able to broadcast worldwide, we are committed to bringing the very best in new music to our users and this broadcast is one of many exciting things to come.”
Orlando commented: “I’ve played around with the format of webcasting since the beginning of Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. Koko will be my third broadcast like this and I’ve got some special things planned…”
Deezer launched in the UK in September last year. It already has over 20 million users worldwide. With over 15 million licensed tracks, Deezer is becoming the number one destination for all UK music fans