Don’t forget, the Lovebox Festival kicks off today in London. McIntosh Laboratory’s Despacio, the unique clubMc_Despacio orientated sound system conceived by James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem) and Belgian artists TooManyDJs, is appearing at this weekend’s Lovebox 2015, 17th/18th July. Throughout the entire event, Lovebox attendees will have the chance to enjoy an exclusive live, vinyl only set by LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy and 2manydjs. Designed by James Murphy and renowned recording engineer John Klett, with help from McIntosh Laboratory and Jordan Acoustics, this ground-breaking sound system is the only one of its kind and comprises of 8, 11 foot McIntosh speaker/amplifier towers.  With a total output of 77,600 watts it even beats the famous McIntosh/Grateful Dead ‘Wall of Sound’ from 1973.

Friday 17th – Saturday 18th July 2015 at Victoria Park, Tower Hamlets, London, E3

 

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