Here's our first Covid-19-related news round-up, as production companies, labels and freelancers start to adapt to remote working:
BUG Moby special tonight - finalists for "Hello, Future" competition announced tomorrow
BUG's Moby special takes place tonight (June 1st) at the BFI Southbank in London, where Adam Buxton will host a show dedicated to the music video output, past and present, of Moby.
It's a special show featuring Moby's classic music videos, rarities, exclusive new vids, YouTube comments galore - and Adam will be interviewing Moby himself about his music and music videos.
There are a few tickets still available for the show, so call the BFI box office this morning (0207 928 3232) for tickets.
The show also includes work entered for the "Hello Future" Music Video Challenge organised by Saatchi & Saatchi, Vimeo and BUG, for tracks taken from Moby's new album Destroyed, and the ten finalists for that competition will be announced tomorrow (June 2nd).
More information here
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