Roovestar pres. Children's Noise is Future Music
Roovestar presents a night with Robert Babicz, Steve Hope & Austrian Apparel.
What’s up with ‘Children’s noise is future music’?
We launched this project in 2017 in support of the Sterntalerhof, a children's hospice near Loipersdorf, Burgenland. Just like last year, a compilation with national as well as international artists of the electronic music scene will be released on Monday, October 14th. In addition we organize this event at Sass Club on Saturday, October 12th in favor of this great institution. The net profits of both will be donated to the Sterntalerhof. With the great support of the Sterntalerhof, the cover of this year’s compilation is designed by the children in art therapy.
The album will be released on an USB stick incl. booklet and will be digitally available for download in all popular online music stores such as Beatport, iTunes and Amazon Music from October 12th.
We want to thank all 20 artists for their great tracks, which they provided for this project.
We are truly grateful that these 3 well-known artists in the electronic music scene agreed to support “Children’s Noise is Future Music” not just with a track, but also with a performance at our favourite living room SASS Music Club.
These gentlemen definitely need no further introduction:
★ Robert Babicz (live)
★ Steve Hope
★ Austrian Apparel (DJ Set)
For those who are unfamiliar with the Sterntalerhof, a short explanation will follow.
This institution is a care facility for seriously, chronically, and terminally ill children and their families. What makes the Sterntalerhof unique is that the entire team not only treats the children and adolescents affected by an illness psychologically and physically but also involves the whole family in the process. There, families are provided with a path to a stable family life by means of animal as well as music therapy.
-Even a piece of music can illuminate a great deal of darkness-
Entry : 12€
(the net profit will be donated to the Sterntalerhof)
Sa., 12.10.201923:00 - 05:00