Gramatik & Luxas - Whales of Ganymede
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After synthesizing futuristic landscapes in Cyberpunk 2020 OST, Gramatik & Luxas team up again for an exclusive ambient modular performance - the first live-set ever tokenized, to knowledge - inspired by the Slovene rocket engineer and pioneer of astronautics, Herman Potočnik. He is chiefly remembered for his work addressing the long-term human habitation of space. Their performance is accompanied by visuals by Darkpxl.

This will be the first live-set ever tokenized, to knowledge. The entire collection will be revealed during his live performance on Sunday 2pm GMT on www.paarti.live.

Parts 01, 04 and 05 will be awarded to the highest donors during The Beat Goes Live electronic music fundraising event ending 2:30pm GMT on Sunday 21st March.

01 Gramatik + Luxas - Herman 02 Gramatik + Luxas - Noordung 03 Gramatik + Luxas - Whales of Ganymede 04 Gramatik + Luxas - 19612 05 Gramatik + Luxas - Dunae 06 Gramatik + Luxas - There’s Something

Check the event on www.paarti.live Supported by: Theta Network, BitPay and OpenSea

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  • 6 Exclusive NFTs by Gramatik + Luxas with visuals by DarkPxl from THE BEAT GOES LIVE closing audio/video liveset. This is the first-ever tokenized live performance and the first time an NFT collection was revealed during a livestream. 3 NFTs have been awarded to the highest donors during the event and 1 NFT was auctioned on OpenSea.
  • 100 editions of the Genesis NFT redeemable in future on-platform tokens.
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