A&G Brands has been an integral part of a 10 week immersive audio and visual music programme, Music Matters, in London’s Selfridges store. The project is a audio and visual installation using gauze and projections to add to the live experience.
Starting on 20 July and ending this weekend (8 October) Music Matters has given emerging artists the chance to play every Wednesday night, whilst the Thursday night shows featured more established talent. Skepta kicked off Music Matters, while other artists to play included Unkle, Raye, Mabel, Frank Gamble and many more.
A&G was involved in securing audio brand Sennheiser as a partner and supplied the audio production for the event. A&G’s very own artist, Eivør, and her band flew in to perform on Thursday 27 July, supported by singer songwriter from Oxford Charlie Cunningham.
20 per cent of all ticket revenues is being donated to the Music Venues Trust, a charity that protects and supports independent live music venues in the UK.