These Charlottesville Musicians Want To Change The Way You Experience Live Music : World Cafe David Wax Museum and Lowland Hum invite you to shut your eyes for an immersive listening experience.
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Golden Hour Concert On World Cafe

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These Charlottesville Musicians Want To Change The Way You Experience Live Music

These Charlottesville Musicians Want To Change The Way You Experience Live Music

Golden Hour Concert On World Cafe

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Playlist

  • David Wax Museum "How Do You Know If You're Dreaming"
  • Lowland Hum "In Flight" (Live)
  • Lowland Hum "We're All Waiting" (Live)
  • Lowland Hum "A Drive Through the Country Side" (Live)
  • David Wax Museum "Wake Up and Dream"
  • Lowland Hum "We're All Waiting"

What if a concert could change the way you experience live music, not by what it adds, but by what it removes? What if there was nothing to see and no stage to look at? Charlottesville, Va., locals Suz Slezak and David Wax of David Wax Museum and Daniel and Lauren Goans of Lowland Hum have some answers.

Together the four artists have created a surround sound, immersive musical experience in which the audience members wear blindfolds or close their eyes. For today's session, we invite you to sit back, relax and close your eyes. Welcome to the Golden Hour, formerly called Concert In The Blind.

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