Proximity and Littlstar Announce 24/7 Channel for PS5

After connecting on Digital Mirage, Proximity and Littlstar once again join forces to launch an electronic music channel on PS5.

Digital Mirage not only was it an escape route for all electronic music fans in the midst of a pandemic, but it also caused the union of Proximity and Littlstar seal, the leading cinema network in the world of 360º video and virtual reality. Months later, they count in scoop to Dancing astronaut their biggest collaboration to date: an electronic music channel available 24/7 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PlayStationVR.

The founder of Proximity, Blake Coppelson, stated: “We wanted to wait to announce a constant 24/7 stream instead of just releasing something on YouTube. PlayStation and your audience, along with our beautiful videos, will serve a greater purpose than simply streaming audio. We will also improve the experience aesthetically. It's an honor to partner with the Littlstar and PlayStation teams. "

The choice to create the relentless streaming platform was a "no-brainer," added the Littlstar CMO, Brooklyn earick: “Both Digital Mirage 1 and 2 were huge hits on our platform. It was a no-brainer to take the next step and bring a 24/7 streaming channel to all PlayStation consoles, Android TV and through our iOS app. "

The news represents a big win for both electronic music fans as for the players, who will enjoy a fairly extensive experience. Coppelson has been adding and promoting music from all genres of electronic music since 2009, and has done so. officially under the name Proximity since 2013. Proximity has released songs for artists like Alison WonderlandSlushii and many more.

PlayStation players should now wait to hear the soundtrack of their game sessions featuring the best of electronic music, as PlayStation 5 launches on November 12. Meanwhile, you can consult the selected catalog of Proximity videos here.

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