Coronavirus pandemic's impact on global electronic music scene explored in new film, Distant Dancefloors

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Featuring interviews including Honey Dijon, Blond:ish, Eats Everything, Luciano and Rebuke.

A new film exploring the impact of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic on the global electronic music scene, titled Distant Dancefloors: Covid-19 And The Electronic Music Industry, has been released by Pioneer DJ.

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Focusing on the economical, psychological and social impact of Coronavirus, the film brings together Blond:ish, Eats Everything, Honey Dijon, Luciano and Rebuke to look back on the six month period between February and July 2020, and examine changes the pandemic has caused.

Distant Dancefloors subsequently dives into the rise of streaming and its future, the unsuitability of constant touring, the possibility of socially distanced parties, club closures and more.

Ultimately, it questions the future of clubs, the communities they both create, and how they will take shape in a post-Coronavirus world.

Watch Distant Dancefloors: Covid-19 And The Electronic Music Industry in full above.